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PART 1, GROUP 3 
Dramatic Compositions 

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Motion Pictures 



volume 6 
FOR THE YEAR 1933 

Nos. 1-12 




Published by authority of the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1891 
of June 30, 1906, and of March 4, 1909 



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OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MABCH 4, 1909 



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PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1933 

VOLUME 6 
No. 1 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1933 



THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, 
Group 3, issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and 
Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made in 
Class " D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class " L," Motion-picture photoplays; and Class " M," 
Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies 
with an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in tMs part are as follows: " D," Class D, 
Dramatic compositions; " L," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; and " M," 
Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. " © " implies copyright 
registration of a published work followed by date of publication; "©1 c." 
stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the 
Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and "2 c." for two copies, 
followed by date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this 
issue immediately following the drama list. 

Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the 
claimants of copyright, their names are omitted from the imprint. 

The annual index contains the names of all copyright proprietors, the names 
of authors and titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion 
pictures. 

The act of March 4, 1909, provides that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries 
" shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated 
therein as regards any copyright registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalogue of Copyright Entries (re- 
ceived only for the calendar year) for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1933, pay- 
able in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by 
postal money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices 
of the various parts of the Catalogue are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3. 00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2. 00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions ! 3. 00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations 2.00 

Single numbers (except Book leaflets) . 50 

Annual Indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2. 00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



NOTICE 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1920, to December 31, 1928, inclu- 
sive, are still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office and are 
not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other 
governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or 
articles may be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested 
by such claimant prior to December 31, 1933. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which 
must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will 
be supplied on request. Address Kegister of Copyrights, Library of 
Congress, Washington, D. O. 



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CLASS D 
DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Abhordienst ; eine rundfunkgeschichte 
in 5 reportagen von Herbert Schall. 
©1 c. Jan. 6, 1933; D 20325; S. 
Fischer verlag, a. g., Berlin. 1 

Abiding (The) King; a Christmas 
pageant, by Mattie B. Shannon. 
[Music by Adam Geibel, and one 
other] Philadelphia, Pa. [1932] 
cover-title, 11 p. 8vo. © Oct. 29, 
1932; 2 c. Nov. 4; D 28344; Hall- 
Mack co., Philadelphia. 2 

Adult (The) approach. See Love 
child. 

Adventure (The) of the blue carbun- 
cle; being an authorized adaptation 
of a Sherlock Holmes story for radio 
broadcast, by Edith Meiser. (Sher- 
lock Holmes series, no. 77) ©lc. 
Jan. 23, 1933; D 20491; McKnight 
and Jordan, inc., New York. 3 

Adventure (The) of the dying rose 
bush; being an authorized original 
story based on Sherlock Holmes for 
\ radio purposes, by Edith Meiser. 
(Sherlock Holmes series, no. 81) © 
1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; D 20495; Mc- 
Knight and Jordan, inc., New York. 

4 

Adventures (The) of the Hawk; Epi- 
sode 1, a mystery radio serial, by 
L. Cook and B. Payne. © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1933; D 20566; Lawrence Cook 
and Bruce Payne, San Francisco. 5 

Adventuring with Jesus ; a pageant, by 
Mary B. Butchart. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1932. 11 p. 12 mo. 
© July 6, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; 
D 20255; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 6 

Afternoon in a bus station ; a play in 
1 act, by C. Divine. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1933 ; D 20513 ; Charles Divine, New 
York. 7 

Age (L') du fer; piece en 3 parties 
[par] Denys Amiel. [Paris] 1932. 
30, [2] p. 4to. ([La Petite illus- 
tration, no. 603] ) © Nov. 26, 1932 ; 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; D 20323; Denys 
Amiel, Paris. 8 



Alamo (The) See Great moments in 
history. 

Alaskan spree ; a play in 3 acts, by A.. 
Kandel. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; D 
20427 ; Aben Kandel, New York. 9 

Alaskans (The) ; Episode no. 11, Dance 
hall lady, a radio sketch, by D. Hal- 
pern. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933 ; D 20364 ; 
David Halpern, Seattle. 10 

Alexander Graham Bell — the inventor 
of the telephone. See Great mo- 
ments in history. 

Alice in Wonderland ; adapted for the 
stage by Eva Le Gallienne and 
Florida Friebus from Lewis Car- 
roll's Alice in Wonderland and 
Through the looking-glass. Fore- 
word by Eva Le Gallienne. New 
York, London, Los Angeles, Samuel 
French, inc. [1932] 5 p. 1., [3]-137 
p. front., plates. 12mo. © Dec. 
29, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1933; D 19956; 
Civic repertory theatre, inc., New 
York. 11 

Alimony for men; a comedy with a 
prologue, in 3 acts, by Macklym 
Hartyl and M. E. Standish. ©lc. 
Jan. 10, 1933 ; D 20173 ; Thomas E. 
H. Black and Marian Eddy Stand- 
ish, Detroit. 12 

All for one ; a farce in 1 act, by C. B. 
Haaser, and A. W. Baskerville. © 
1 c. Dec. 23, 1932 ; W 20392 ; Charles 
Beckwith Haaser, and Albert Wil- 
son Baskerville. Wethersfield, Conn. 

13 

Alone in the wilderness; a radio> 
sketch, by E. G. Brown, ©lc. Dec. 
16, 1932; D 20103; Esther Grant 
Brown, St. Louis. 14 

Amazing (The) adventures of Wiffles 
and Felisa ; a nonsensical play in 5 
episodes, by Haynes Trebor. New 
York, London, Los Angeles [1932] 
4 p. 1., 81 p. 12mo. © Dec. 30, 
1932; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1933: D 19955; 
Samuel French, New York. 15 



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America on trial ; a pageant play in 1 
act, by Fred Eastman. New York, 
Los Angeles, London, 1932. 26, [2] 
p. illus. 12mo. © Dec. 30, 1932: 
2 c. Jan. 3, 1933; D 19951; Samuel 
French, New York. 16 

Andrew Jackson at New Orleans. See 
Great moments in history. 

Angel with two faces ; a drama in 3 
acts and epilogue, by O. M. Pitcher. 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933 ; D 20435 ; Otto 
Mears Pitcher, Pasadena. 17 

Ann comes to her senses ; a coinecly in 
1 act, by Marie Doran. New York, 
Los Angeles, London, 1932. 36 p., 1 1. 
diagr. 12mo. © Dec. 9, 1932; 2 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933: D 19954; Samuel 
French, New York. 18 

Anyam, en hazudtam ! drama 3 felvo- 
nasban. irta : Orbok Attila [i. e. 
Attila Orbok] © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1932 ; 
D 20089; Alexander Marton, Buda- 
pest. 19 

April shower. See Four new plays for 
women and girls. 

Archduke (The) and the duchess; a 
1-act play, by D. B. Colton. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933 ; D 19971 ; Dorothy Bay 
Colton, San Jose, Calif. 20 

Arisen (The) soul. See First man 
from hell. 

Armistice day ; a playlet for peace 
day, by S. C. Wolfcheck. © 1 c. 
Sept. 15, 1932; D 20171; Sylvia C. 
Wolfcheck, New York. 21 

Around the world with Mercury ; a 
play, by B. K. Wulff. © 1 c. Jan. 
19, 1933; D 20374; Bertha Koch 
Wulff, Columbus, O. 22 

Arrival ; a romantic comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. H. Shale, jr. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1932; D 20223: Joseph Harry 
Shale, jr., Larchmont, N. Y. 23 

Art-full students ; a playlet with music 
in 2 acts, by P. W. Cooke. Text. 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; D 20473 ; Philip 
Warren Cooke, Philadelphia. [Copy- 
right claimed on book and lyrics 
only] 24 

As a man speaketh. See Five (The) 
star theatre. 

As (L') de la belotte; 1 acte gai de 
Armand Foucher. Paris, Bruxelles, 
1932. 18 p. 16mo. (Le Bon thea- 
tre d'aujourd'hui) © Nov. 1, 1932; 
1 c. Dec. 21; D 20320; Editions 
Salabert. Paris. 25 



Ashes ; a 3-act play, by James R. 
Brook [pseud, of J. W. Weitzman] 
© 1 c. Dec. 12, 1932: D 20227; 
James W. Weitzman, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 26 

Ask the professor! an operetta in 2 
acts, book and lyrics by Estelle 
Merrymon Clark, music by Adele 
Bohling Lee, edited by Palmer John 
Clark. Chicago [1933] 104 p. 4to. 
© Jan. 7. 1933; 2 c. Jan. 20; D 
2S372; Raymond A. Hoffman co., 
Chicago. 27 

Au singe tricolore ; vaudeville en 1 
acte de Armand Foucher. Paris, 
Bruxelles, 1932. 12 p. l6mo. (Le 
Bon theatre d'aujourd'hui) © Nov. 
1, 1932: 1 c. Dec. 21: D 20317: Edi- 
tions Salabert, Paris. 28 

Aunt Beth reacts : by Jean Casselman. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col.. 1932. 
19 p. 12mo. © Aug. 3. 1932; 2 c. 
Jan. 16. 1933 : D 20298 : Eldrige en- 
tertainment house, inc.. Franklin. O. 

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Auntie up : a 3-act comedy, by Felicia 
Metcalfe. Franklin. O., Denver, 
Col., 1932. 98 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Aug. 23, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 16. 1933: 
D 20275 : Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc.. Franklin. O. 30 

Aurelie : connedie en 3 actes, de G. 
Lefrancq. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933: D 
20522 ; Germaine Lefrancq, Paris. 

31 

Band (The) boys' entertainment. See 
Friendship town. 

Bargain (The) hunters: a duolog, by 
Gertine Ahrens [pseud, of Mrs. L. F. 
X. Wilhelms] Franklin. O., Denver, 
Col., 1932. 13 p. 12mo. © Aug. 30. 
1932; 2 c. Jan. 16. 1933: D 20276; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc.. 
Franklin. O. 32 

Barney Burke; a play in 2 scenes, by 
W. H. Salt. © 1 c. Jan. 7. 1933; 
D 20081: William Haslam Salt. 
Menlo Park. Calif. 33 

Battle (The) of San Jacinto. See 

Great moments in history- 
Be technocratic; a play of a new era 
in 3 acts and a prologue, by D. A. 
Mario. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; D 
20476: Don Armone Mario, South 
Gate, Calif. 34 

Be yourself; a farcial adventure in 3 
acts, by Wilbur Braun. Minneap- 



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olis, Minn., 1933. 102 p. 12mo. © 
Jan. 26, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 28 ; D 20548 ; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

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Behind the scenes; by D. W. Griffith. 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933 ; D 20468 ; David 
Wark Griffith, New York. 36 

Bellamy (The) trial; a play in 3 acts, 
by Frances Noyes Hart and Frank 
E. Carstarphen. New York, Los 
Angeles, Samuel French, inc. ; Lon- 
don, Samuel French, ltd., 1932. 110, 
[1] p. diagr. 12mo. ([French's 
standard library ed.] ) © Dec. 30, 
1932; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1933; D 19946; 
Frank E. Carstarphen, New York, 
and Frances Noyes Hart, Wash- 
ington. 37 

Benjamin Franklin in France. See 
Great moments in history. 

Betty beats them to it; 1-act, comedy- 
farce, by C. H. Appe. Franklin, O., 
Denver, col., 1932. 12 p. 12mo. 
© June 10, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; 
D 20250; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 38 

Betty of White slides ranch; comedy 
in 3 acts, by J. L. Parks. © 1 c. 
Dec. 30, 1932 ; D 20554 ; Joe Lambert 
Parks, Carnesville, Ga. 39 

Beyond the pit; a child's allegorical 
health play in 1 act, by D. E. 
Ringels. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933; D 
20057; Doris Elizabeth Ringels, 
Boston. 40 

Big city romances radio series; Epi- 
sode 1, Broadway Blondie, a radio 
sketch, by F. G. Hinds and H. J. 
Doll. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; D 20394 ; 
Fred G. Hinds, White Plains, N. Y., 
and Harry J. Doll, Rye, N. Y. 41 

Billy wins. See Mamie, Billy and 
Pooch. 

Birthright ; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. H. Magliato. © 1 c. Dec. 20, 
1932 ; D 20222 ; Ermino Henry Mag- 
liato, Brooklyn. [Copyright is 
claimed on changes] ' 42 

Black (The) camel. See Five (The) 
star theatre. 

Black (The moncle. See Five (The) 
star theatre. 

Blind love. See Litle garden of roses. 

Blocks ; a musical drama, by Mollie 
Thacher, music by Mary Louisa 
Butcher. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1933 ; D 20521 ; Molly Day Thacher, 
New Haven. 43 



Blood (The) of a ghost; a play, by P. 
Caspar Harvey and Ted Malone ; © 
1 c. Jan. 18, 1933 ; D 20345 ; P. Cas- 
par Harvey, Liberty, Mo. 44 

Blue sky (Luft geschaeften) ; a com- 
edy in 3 acts from the German by 
Hans Karl Koerner, adapted by J. 
Ernst. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; D 
20430; Jessie Ernst, New York. 45 

Bohemian nights in the Latin quarter ; 
or, Greenwich village nights, a 
drama by A. Strawn. © 1 c. Jan. 
4, 1933; D 20002; Arthur Strawn, 
New York. 46 

Bohunk; a comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by H. R. Irving. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1933; D 20148; Harry R. Irving, 
New York. 47 

Bon voyage ; an unusual musical com- 
edy, libretto and lyrics by Helen 
Stilwell, music by E. J. Gatwood. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col. [1932] 
105 p. 4to. © Oct. 14, 1932; 2 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933 ; D 28367 ; Eldridge en- 
tertainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

48 

Bride (The) of Mount Transvale; a 
drama in 3 acts, by G. F. Quigley. 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; D 20157; 
George F. Quigley, Worcester. 49 

Bride (The) of quietness, and other 
plays ; [by] Oscar W. Firkins. 
Minneapolis, The University of 
Minnesota press [1932] v. p., 3 1., 
5-241, [1] p. 8 vo. Dramatic con- 
tents. — The bride of quietness. — 
Turnpikes in Arcady. — Empurpled 
moors. — The king's vigil. © Nov. 
16, 1932 ; 2 c. Dec. 16 ; aff. Dec. 23 ; 
A 57716; University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis. 49* 

Bride (The) of the whirlwind ; a 
drama in 3 acts, by D. Berry. Re- 
written and rev. ed. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1933; D 20472; Daniel Berry, Los 
Angeles. 50 

Broadway Blondie. See Big city ro- 
mances radio series. 

Broadway (The) Bugle; a play in 3 
acts, by David Alexander. © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933 ; D 20306 ; David Cald- 
well Alexander, New York. 51 

Broadway Cindrellas [ !] a comedy 
playlet in 1 act, by V. Raemier. © 
1 c. Jan. 19, 1933 ; D 20373 ; Valerie 
Raemier, New York. 52 



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Bujdoso magyarok ; nepszinmii 3 
felvonasban, irta: Gal Jozsef [i. e. 
J. Gal] © 1 e. Jan. 26, 1933; D 
20507; Joseph Gal, Chicago. 53 

Bumpity-the-burnp ; a comedy playlet 
in 1 act, by J. P. Maxellos. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933; D 20228; John P. 
Maxellos, New York. 54 

Bunkers (The) ; a musical farce in 2 
acts, by S. G. Bishop and J. B. 
Bishop. Complete literary and mu- 
sical scores. © 1 c. Nov. 25, 1932; 
D 28362; Samuel George Bishop, 
Birmingham, England. 55 

Burning pews ; a comedy-drama in 1 
act, by William H. Leach. Frank- 
lin, O., Denver, Col., 1932. 7 p. 12 
mo. © June 12, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1933; D 20277; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O. 56 

But widows might; a farce-comedy in 
3 acts, by Frederick Jackson and 
Sydney Wilson Boyd. © 1 c. Dec. 
27, 1932; D 20390; Janet Beecher, 
New York. 57 

Calvary ; a lenten cantata for mixed 
voices' with solos for tenor, baritone 
and bass, by Ernest H. Sheppard. 
Philadelphia, 1933. 39 p. 4to. Vo- 
cal score. © Jan. 21, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 
21 ; D 28375 ; Theodore Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 58 

Camp controversy ; a communion play- 
let, by Daniel A. Lord. St. Louis, 
Mo. [1932] 15 p. 16mo. © Nov. 
23, 1932; 2 c. Nov. 30; D 20005; 
Queen's work, inc., St. Louis. 59 

Candle (A) to Christ; a Christmas 
playlet, by Daniel A. Lord. St. 
Louis, Mo. [1932] 15 p. 16mo. © 
Nov. 15, 1932 ; 2 c. Nov. 30 ; D 20006 ; 
Queen's work, inc., St. Louis. 60 

Case (A) of ginger-ale; a 1-act play, 
by M. Engelmann. © 1 e. Jan. 26, 
1933; D 20517; Margaret Engel- 
mann, Chicago. 61 

Casinelli and her Casanovas; Episode 
1, a romantic radio serial, by J. D. 
Blaufox. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; D 
20367; Jos. David Blaufox, New 
York. 62 

Catacombs (The) and the piper. See 
Mysteries in Paris. 

Cats and kittens. See Four new plays 
for women & girls. 

Century (The) plant; a drama in 3 
acts, by G. Trinin. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 



1933 ; D. 20441 ; George Trinin, New 
York. 63 

Chalk circle; a play in 5 acts from 
Chinese life, by Klabund [pseud, of 
Alfred Henschke] translated from 
the German, by H. R. Faher and 
F. S. Goodwin. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; 
D 20422 ; Hans R. Faber and Frank 
S. Goodwin, Washington, D. C. 64 

Chandu, the magician ; Episodes 301- 
350; a series of radio sketches, by 
Harry A. Earnshaw and Vera M. 
Oldham. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; D 
20076; Earnshaw- Young, inc., Los 
Angeles. 65 

Charlie Chan. See Five (The) star 
theatre. 

Charlie Mack story ; by D. W. Griffith. 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933 ; D 20469 ; David 
Wark Griffith, New York. 66 

Cheer up ; a play in 1 act, by R. M. 
Bernfeld. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; D 
20406; Rose Morris Bernfeld, New 
York. 67 

Chet Mason, CO. ; a drama in 4 acts, 
by H. H. Carey. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1933; D 20096; Herbert H. Carey, 
Ridgefield, N. J. 68 

Chickens come home; a back-stage 
farce, by Glenn R. Webster. Frank- 
lin, O., Denver, Col., 1932. 32 p. 
12mo. © Oct. 9, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1933; D 20268; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O. 69 

Children in uniform ; a play in 3 acts 
[by] Christa Winsloe, adapted from 
the same play as Madchen in uni- 
form, English adaptation by Bar- 
bara Burnham. London, Victor Gol- 
lancz, ltd., 1932. 96 p. 12mo. © 
Nov. 21, 1932 ; 1 c. Dec. 27 ; D 20011 ; 
Christa Winsloe, London. 70 

Children (The) of the shepherds; a 
drama for the Christmas manger 
service, by Emily Seymour Coit. 
Milwaukee. Wis. [1932] 9, [1] p. 
8vo. © Dec. 1, 1932; 2 c. Dec. 6; 
D 20424 ; Morehouse pub. co., Mil- 
waukee. 71 

Chinese (The) parrot. See Five 
(The) star theatre. 

Chinese (The) puzzle mystery; a radio 
sketch, by H. Mitchel and L. Rom- 
anoff. (The Mystery series, no. 3) 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; D 20347; 
Helene Mitchel, Shepherdstown, W. 
Va. 72 



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Christmas at 400 Green street ; a play, 
by Gail White [pseud, of Gertrude 
I. Thomas] Franklin, O.. Denver, 
Col., 1932. 15 p. 12mo. © July 
30, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; D 20290 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 73 

Christmas spirits 1932 ; book of the 
show written by Homer H. Cooper, 
John R. Heath [and others] [Chi- 
cago] 1932. 41 p. 8vo. © Dec. 19, 
1932; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1933; D 19960; 
Chicago bar assn., Chicago. 74 

Clear all wires ! a play in 3 acts, by 
Bella and Samuel Spewack, with a 
note by Herman Shumlin. New 
York, Los Angeles, Samuel French ; 
London, Samuel French, ltd.. 1932. 
vii p., 2 1., 3-246 p. 12mo. © Nov. 
23, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; D 19957 ; 
Bella and Samuel Spewack, New 
York. 75 

Cleverest (The) proposal; a sketch, by 
P. C. Harvey and Ted Malone. © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; D 20071 ; P. Cas- 
par Harvey, Liberty, Mo. 76 

Cocoon; a play in 3 acts, by R. A. 
Porter. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; D 
20351; Rose Albert Porter, New 
York. 77 

College daze; by Jack Richards 
[pseud, of Dorman Richardson] 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1932. 11 
p. 12mo. © Sept. 14, 1932; 2 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933; A 20259; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 78 



Great moments in his- 



Columbus. 
tory. 

Come act with us ; a play in 2 acts, 
by M. E. Swan. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1933 ; D 20546 ; Mark E. Swan, New 
York. 79 

Come to the play ; a fantasy in 3 acts, 
by S. Herscher. 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933; 
D 20531 ; Seymour Herscher, Far 1 
Rockaway, N. Y. 80 

Comedy (The) racketeers — (ham 'n' 
eggs) ; pts. 1-3, story and plot, words 
and music, monologue and dialogue, 
by Benny Samberg. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1933; D 28374; Benjamin Samberg, 
New York. 81 

Contract as it is slayed by Neely Hul- 
bertson ; by S. B. Solis. © 1 c. Dec. 
12, 1932; D 20555; Sara B. Solis, 
Watertown, Mass. 82 



Copy ; a play in 3 acts, by Mel Erskine 
[pseud, of M. Lawton] © 1 c. Jan. 
19, 1933;. D 20376; Mollie Lawton, 
New York. 83 

Corps a corps; piece en 3 actes de 
P. Marchal. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1932; 
D 20330 ; Paulette Marchal, La Celle 
St.-Claud, S. & O., France. 84 

Cousin Steve ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
T. Swift. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933; 
D 20097; Thomas Swift, New York. 



Cowboy. See Modern (The) Baron 
Munchausen. 

Creek swamp nigger; a negro folk 
drama, by Harry W. Coble. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1933; D 20384; Carolina 
playmakers, inc., Chapel Hill, N.C. 



Cup (The) of happiness; comedy in 
3 acts, by Eden Phillpotts. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1933; D 20344; Leon M. 
Lion, London. 87 

Curtain call ; a play in 9 episodes, by 
L. Bailey. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; 
D 20400 ; Le Roy Bailey, New York. 



Custer's last charge. See Great mo- 
ments in history. 

Da stimmt was nicht! schwank in 3 
akten von Franz Arnold. © 1 c. 
Jan. 18, 1933 ; D 20379 ; Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin. 89 

Daily (The) hodgepodge; a farce in 1 
act, by C. Cote 1 and Dorothy Grant. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; D 20480; 
Dorothy Fremont Grant and Cather- 
ine Cote, Manhasset, L.I., N.Y. 90 

Daily paper ; a play in 2 acts, by J. B. 

Litel. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1932 ; D 20220 ; 

John Beach Litel, New York. 91 

Dance hall lady. See Alaskans (The) 
Dancer (The) of Samarkand. See 

Five (The) star theatre. 

Dangerous corner ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. B. Priestley. New York, Los 
Angeles, Samuel French; London, 
Samuel French, ltd., 1932. 4 p. 1., 
3-131 p. 12 mo. © Dec. 24, 1932; 
2 e. Jan. 3, 1933; D 19959; J. B. 
Priestley, London. 92 

Danza (The) Americano; a play, by 
M. B. Whited. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; 
D 20078; Mary Bliss Whited, San 
Francisco. 93 



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David, the giant killer ; by Margaret 
K. Soifer. Brooklyn, N. Y. [1933] 
cover-title, 17 p. 12 mo. (Furrow 
press plays) © Jan. 5, 1933; 2 c. 
Jan. 6; D 20022; Furrow press, 
Brooklyn. 94 

Davy Crockett, half horse, half alli- 
gator ; a folk drama of the Tennes- 
see frontier, by John Philip Hill 
Milhous. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1933; D 
20385; Carolina playmakers, inc., 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 95 

Dead (The) alive; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. R. Lyons. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1933; D 20339; Margaret R. Lyons, 
Long Island, N. Y. 96 

Deaf by choice; a play in 1 act, by 
R. L. Pretzel. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933 ; 
D 20348 ; Rutheda L. Pretzel, Glen- 
coe, 111. 97 

Deana Belle ; a play, by M. R. Fetter- 
man. © 1 e. Jan. 11. 1933 ; D 20552 ; 
Mae Ryan Fetterman, Marion Cen- 
ter, Pa. 98 

Dear Grandpa ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
E. Caulfleld. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933 ; 
D 20381; Edward Caulfield, Haw- 
thorne, Calif. 99 

Death in the club window ; being an 
authorized original story based on 
a Sherlock Holmes story for radio 
purposes, by Edith Meiser. (Sher- 
lock Holmes series, no. 78) © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1933; D 20492; McKnight 
and Jordan, inc., New York. 100 

Death Valley days; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Dec. 29, 1932. Riggs and Riggs. 
© 1 c. each Jan. 3, 1933 ; D 19998 ; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 
101 

Jan. 5, 1933. The outlaw of 

Death Valley. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933 ; 
D 20359; Pacific coast borax co., 
New York. 102 

Jan. 12, 1933. Desert Annie 

and the reporter. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1933; D 20360; Pacific coast borax 
co., New York. 103 

Jan. 19, 1933. The Tonopah 

sickness. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933; D 
20505; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 104 

Decatur at Tripoli. See Great mo- 
ments in history. 

Declining room; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Leake. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933 ; D 
20378; Russell Leake, San Francis- 
co. 105 



Decoration day; a playlet for Decora- 
tion day, by S. C. Wolfcheck. © 1 c. 
Sept. 15, 1932; D 20167; Sylvia C. 
Wolfcheck, New York. 106 

Desert Annie and the reporter. See 
Death Valley days. 

Design for living; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Noel Coward. Garden City, N. 
Y.. Doubleday, Doran and company, 
inc., 1933. 6 p. 1. 3-139 p. 12 mo. 
© Jan. 26, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 28; D 
20568; Noel Coward, Aldington, 
Kent, England. 107 

Deutsche komodie. Sechzig millionen 
seelen und drei dramatische skizzen ; 
von Hans von Haebler. Leipzig, 
Theodor Weicher, 1930. 130 p. 12 
mo. © Nov. 11, 1930; 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1931; D 20146; Deutscher schrift- 
stellerverband, Berlin. 108 

Dickens (The) of Gray's Inn. See 
Three modern plays and a mime. 

Digits ; a play in 3 acts, by W. Kraft. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; D 19982 ; Wil- 
liam Kraft, Long Island City, N. Y. 
109 

Dining out with the Sprogles ; no. 1, 
a series of radio sketches, by J. Jex. 
© 1 c. Dec. 28, 1932 ; D 20530 ; John 
Jex, New York. 110 

Disappearing (The) gold from under- 
ground vaults. See Mysteries in 
Paris. 

Disinherited ; a drama in 2 acts, with 
moving picture prologue, by J. J. 
Engeldrum. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933; 
D 20456 ; John J. Engeldrum, Wash- 
ington. Ill 

Distant candlelight; a play in 3 acts, 
by Erma Julier. © 1 c. Dec. 19, 
1932; D 19980; Erma K. Julier, St. 
Louis. 112 

Dr. Fowler's Christmas party. See 
Friendship town. 

Doctor Zero; a fantasy in 4 acts, by 
J. Head. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; D 
20307; Joseph Head, Philadelphia. 

113 

Don't ever marry an artist; a play in 
1 act, by C. Divine. © 1 c. Jan. 26. 
1933 ; D 20512 ; Charles Divine, New 
York. 114 

Downfall (The) of the gods. See 
Last days of Angkor. 

Dramatic (A) tragedy; a play in 3 
acts, by G. N. Armour. © 1 c. Jan. 
13, 1933; D 20214; Gouverneur N. 
Armour, New York. 115 



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Dream of Vasavadatta. See Svapna- 
vasavadatta of Bhasa. 

Drug (The) smuggler. See Special 
agent five. 

Drums of doom; a drama in 3 acts 

with prologue, by J. Augustus 

Smith. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; D 

19974; Augustus Smith, New York. 

116 

Duchess (The) intervenes; a play in 3 
acts, by Mrs. Belloc Lowndes [i. e. 
M. B. Lowndes] © 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1932; D 20524; Marie Belloc 
Lowndes, London. 117 

Dumas; a play in 3 acts, by Eleanor 
Farjeon. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933; D 
20343 ; Leon M. Lion r London. US 

Dust; a drama in 3 acts, by Brenda 
Stock [i. e. B. S. Sullivan] © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933 ; D 20063 ; Brenda Stock 
Sullivan, New York. 119 

Dzsimbi; vigjatek 3 felvonasban, 
idegen alapotlet utan irta : Zagon 
Istvan [i. e. Istvan Zagon] New 
version. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1932; D 
20088 ; Alexander Marton, Budapest. 
120 

East side extra ! a comedy in 3 acts, 
by M. Weinstein. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1933; D 20572; Marion Weinstein, 
New York. 121 

Eat your cake and have it ; a short 
1-act play, by Edna Becker. Frank- 
lin, O., Denver, Col., 1932. 9 p. 
12mo. © July 14, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 

16, 1933; D 20269; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

122 

Edward the conqueror; a comedy in 
2 acts, by A. C. O'Dea. © 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1933; D 19963; Anne Caldwell 
O'Dea, W. Los Angeles. 123 

Eerie; pts. 1-10, a fantasy for chil- 
dren, by G. A. Hawkes. © 1 c. Jan. 
17 r 1933; D 20349; Gertrude A. 
Hawkes, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 124 

Elephant (The) hunt. See Modern 
(The) Baron Munchausen. 

Emergency case; a play in 5 scenes, 
by A. N. C. Fowler. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1933; D 20434; Albert C. Fowler, 
Glens Falls, N. Y. 125 

Emperor (The) Goose; a play in 3 
acts, by Louise Gauss. © 1 c. Jan. 

17, 1933; D 20341; Louise Fallen- 
stein Gauss, Greeley, Col. 126 



Empurpled moors. See Bride (The) 
of quietness. 

End of autumn ; a comedy drama with 
incidental music in 3 acts,, by R. 
Matson. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; 
D 20094; Ralph Matson, Los An- 
geles. 127 

Enemy's (The) colors-Stars or bars; 
a play in 4 acts, by N. J. Fales. © 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1933 ; D 20429 ; Nancy 
James Fales, New York. 128 

Entgleist ; schauspiel in 3 akten von 
Karl Schliiter. Aus dem danischen 
iibertragen und fur die deutsche 
btihne bearbeitet von Niels Hoyer 
[pseud, of Ernst L. Harthern] © 
1 c. June 28, 1932 ; D 17366 ; Chronos 
verlag, g.m.b.h., Berlin. 129 

Entomology. See Modern Baron 
Munchausen. 

Episode (An) in Lincoln's life; a play- 
let for Lincoln's birthday, by C. 
Wolfcheck. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1932; 
D 20172; Sylvia C. Wolfcheck, New 
York. 130 

Erdelyi kastely ; szinmii 3 felvonasban, 

irta: Hunyady Sandor [i. e. Sandor 

Hunyady] © 1 c. Dec. 16, 1932 ; D 

20090; Alexander Marton, Budapest. 

131 

Evangiles (Les) ; drame en 5 actes en 
vers, par Louis Brun. © 1 c. Jan. 
10, 1933; D 20077; Louis Etienne 
Brun, Los Gatos, Calif. 132 

Every husband ; a laughable play, by 
Louise Wilson Moore. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1932. 24 p. 12 mo. 
© July 10, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; 
D 20292; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 133 

Exit laughing; a play in 1 act, by M. 
Fulton. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; D 
20445; Maude Fulton, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 134 

Fallen angel ; a drama in 5 acts, based 
on the life and letters of George, 
Lord Byron, by Rudolph Uren 
[i. e. A. R. Uren] © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1933; D 20372; Albert Rudolph 
Uren, Toronto, Canada. 135 

Famous author's series. See Five 
(The) star theatre. 

Fancy Phil Carver; a play, by R. 
Taber. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; D 
20363 ; Richard Taber, New York. 

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Farm strike ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Louise aud Wayne Weishaar. © 
1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; D 20377; Louise 
and Wayne Weishaar, New York. 

137 

Father's idea ; a drama for the radio 
in 4 acts, by S. Davie, ©lc. Jan. 
31, 1933; D 20570; Stanley Davie, 
Oakland. Calif. 138 

Feiner ( Ein ) herr ; lustspiel in 3 
akten von Hans Jaray. © 1 e. Jan. 
6. 1933; D 20147; Theaterverlag 
Otto Eirich, Vienna. 139 

Femme (Une) ravie ; piece en 4 actes 
de Louis Verneuil [pseud, of L. Col- 
lin] © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1932 : D 20329 : 
Louis Collin, Paris. 140 

Fern ; a 3-act play, by L. Shelley. © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; D 20095 ; Leonard 
Shelley. Los Angeles. 141 

Fight city hall ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. R. Turetsky. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1933; D 20481; Maurice Radcliffe 
Turetsky, Brooklyn. 142 

Fille (La) a Levy; a eomedie en 3 
actes de A. Falco et J. Sarrus. © 
1 c. Jan. 21. 1933; D 20454; Andre 
Falco and Jean Sarrus, Paris. 143 

First (The) flag; a playlet for Flag 
day. by S. C. Wolfcheck. © 1 c. 
Sept. 15. 1932; D 2016S : Sylvia C. 
Wolfcheck. New York. 144 

First lady; or, Madam President, a 
play in 3 acts based on the life of 
Mary Lincoln, by N. B. Stephens. 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933; D 20527; Nan 
Bagby Stephens, New York. 145 

First (The) man from hell; or. The 
arisen soul, a play in 4 acts, by 
J. H. Crane. © 1 c. Dec. 12, 1932 ; 
D 20102; Joseph Harry Crane, Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on 
changes in setting] 146 

Five days ; a comedy in 5 scenes, bv 
H. H. Bowden. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1933 ; D 20571 ; Herbert H. Bowden. 
New York. 147 

Five (The) star theatre: a series of 
radio presentations, by McCann- 
Erickson. inc. Dec. 12, 1932. The 
Marx brothers. Episode no. 3. © 
1 c. Jan. 12. 1933 ; D 20174 ; McCann- 
Erickson. inc.. New York. 148 

Dec. 13, 1932. Josef Bon- 

ime's symphony, Feodor Chaliapin 
guest artist, ©lc. Jan. 12, 1933; 
D 20180; McCann-Erickson, inc.. 
New York. 149 



Dec. 14, 1932. Famous au- 
thors series. Episode no. 3. Rela- 
tive value, bv Sophie Kerr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1933; D 20176; McCann- 
Erickson, inc.. New York. 150 

Dec. 16, 1932. The black 

camel. Episode no. 3. © 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1933: D 20178; McCann-Erickson 
inc., New York. 151 

Dec. 19. 1P32. The Marx 

brothers. Episode no. 4. © 1 c. .Ian. 
12. 1933: D 2017"> : McCann-Erick- 
son, inc.. New York. 152 

Dec. 20. 1032. Josef 

Bonime's symphony, Paul Althouse, 
guest artist. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933; 

D 20181 ; McCann-Erickson. inc. 
New York. 1.",:: 

Dec. 21. 1932. Famous 

authors series. Episode no. 4. As a 
man speaketh, by Ben Ames Wil- 
liams. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933; D 
2(1177 : McCann-Erickson. inc.. New- 
York. 154 

Dec. 23, 1932. The black 

camel. Episode no. 4. © 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1933; D 20175; McCann-Erick- 
son, inc.. New York. 155 

Dec. 26, 1932. The Marx 

brothers. Episode no. 5. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1933; D 20335: McCann- 
Erickson. inc.. New York. 156 

Jan. 3. 1933. Josef Bonime's 

symphony, John Charles Thomas, 
guest artist. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933; 
D 20337; McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 157 

■ Dec. 28. 1932. Famous 

authors series. The black monocle. 
Episode no. 5, by Charles Brackett, 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; D 20336 ; Mc- 
Cann-Erickson. inc.. New York. 158 

Dec. 30, 1932. Charlie Chan. 

The black camel. Episode 5. © 1 
c. Jan. 17, 1933: D 20338; McCann- 
Erickson, inc.. New York. 159 

— Jan. 2, 1933. The Marx 

brothers. Episode no. 6. © 1 C. 
Jan. 18, 1933; D 20355; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 160 

Jan. 3. 1933. Josef Bonime's 

symphony, Marie Kurenko, guest 
artist. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; D 
20358; McCann-Erickson. inc., New 
York. 161 

Jan. 4, 1933. Famous 

authors' series. Mother announc- 
ing, by Alice Duer Miller. © 1 c. 



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Jan. 18, 1933; D 20356; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 162 

Jan. 6, 1933. The black 

camel. Episode no. 6. © 1 c. Jan. 
18, 1933; D 20357; McCann-Erick- 
son, Inc., New York. 163 

—Jan. 9, 1933. The Marx 

brothers. Episode no. 7. © 1 c. 
Jan. 26, 1933; D 20501; McCann- 
Eriekson, inc., New York. 164 

Jan. 10, 1933. Josef 

Bonime's symphony, John McCor- 
mack, guest star. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1933; D 20502; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 165 

Jan. 11, 1933. Famous au- 
thor's series. The dancer of Samar- 
kand, by Achmed Abdullah. © 1 c. 
Jan. 26, 1933; D 20503; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 166 

Jan. 13, 1933. Charlie Chan 

The Chinese parrot. Episode no. 1. 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933 ; D 20504 ; Mc- 
Cann-Erickson, inc., New York. 167 

Flair de detective ; vaudeville en 1 
acte de Armand Foucher. Paris, 
Bruxelles, 1932. 17 p. l6mo. (Le 
Bon theatre d'aujourd'hui) © Nov. 
1, 1932; 1 c. Dec. 21; D 20319; 
Editions Salabert, Paris. 168 

Follow the gleam; by Ruth Bitter. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1932. 11 
p. 12mo. © Aug. 30, 1932; 2 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933; D 20279; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 169 

For services rendered; Installments 
2-5, by W. Somerset Maugham. (In 
London, the Sunday Express, Nov. 
20, 27, Dec. 4, 11, 1932) © Nov. 20, 
27, Dec. 4, 11, 1932; 1 c. each Jan. 
4, 1933; D 20439; W. Somerset 
Maugham, Cap Ferrat, A. M., 
France. 170 

Forced landing; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. Collison. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; 
D 19964; Wilson Collison, Los An- 
geles. 171 

Forgoszel; tragikomedia 3 felvonas- 
ban, irta : Boross Elemer [i. e. Ele- 
mer Boross] © 1 c. Dec. 16, 1933 ; 
D 20091; Alexander Matron, Buda- 
pest. 172 

Four new plays for women and girls ; 
selected by John Hampden. Lon- 
don and Edinburgh [1932] 108 p. 
16mo. ([The Nelson playbooks, no. 
206] ) Dramatic contents. — A p r i 1 



shower [by] Philip Johnson. — Cats 
and kittens [by] Mary Pakington. — 
Hat and stick [by] Margaret Mac- 
namara.— The wish shop [by] Har- 
old Brighouse. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1932 ; 
A ad int. 17377; pubd. Nov. 20; 
Thomas Nelson & sons, ltd, Edin- 
burgh. 172* 

Four on a heath ; a grotesque, by 
Foster Fitz-Simons. © 1 c. Jan. 
29, 1933; D 20382; Carolina play- 
makers, inc., Chapel Hill, N. C. 173 

Freak death. See Milligan and Mulli- 
gan. 

Free ; a play in 3 acts, by G. Ney. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; D 19999; Gisela 
Ney, Carmel, Calif. 174 

Friendship town; a series of radio- 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc.. 
Dec. 7, 1932. The band boys' enter- 
tainment. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933;. 
D 20182; McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 175> 

Dec. 14, 1932. Judge Fulen- 

wider's first law case. © 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1933; D 20183; McCann-Erick- 
son, inc., New York. 176 

Dec. 21, 1932. Dr. Fowler's 

Christmas party. © 1 c„ Jan. 12,. 
1933; D 20184; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 177 

Frivol iigy. See Frivole angelegenheit. 

Frivole (Eine) angelegenheit; (frivol 
iigy) komoedie in 3 akten von Em- 
erich Halasz. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1983 : 
D 20387 ; Francis Bard & son. Buda- 
pest, Hungary. 17S 

Ghostly (A) tyrant; by Sara Lane 
[pseud, of J. A. Mallette] © 1 c. 
Jan. 5, 1933; D 20018; Jennie A. 
Mallette, Binghamton, NY. 179 

Ghosts (The) of Thunder castle. See 
Mysteries in Paris. 

Gifts for grandpa; a Christmas play, 
by Martha F. Simmons. Franklin,. 
O., Denver, Col., 1932. 14 p. 12mo. 
© Aug. 4, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; 
D 20271; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 180 

Girl (The) ; a play, by Clare C. Madi- 
son [pseud, of A. C. Kennedy] © 
1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; D 20368; Anne 
C. Kennedy, New York. 181 

Girl (A) named Mary; a play in 3 
acts, by M. M. Griffith. © 1 c. Jan. 
27, 1933; D 20532; Mary Matlock 
Griffith, New York. 182 



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Gland Hotel; a satirical comedy-farce 
in 9 scenes, by I. Vera Vincent 
[pseud, of E. Branner] © 1 c. June 
28. 1932; D 20109; Ethel Branner, 
Hollywood, Calif. 183 

Globe headlines; a series of radio 
sketches, by Erie Hampton. Epi- 
sodes 8-11. © 1 c each Nov. 26, 
1932; D 19463; Flach & Benedict, 
inc., Los Angeles. 184 

Episodes 28-31. © 1 c. Jan. 

3, 1933 ; D 19981 ; Flach & Benedict, 
inc., Los Angeles. 185 

— — Episodes 32-35. © 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1933 ; D 20206 ; Flach & Benedict, 
inc., Los Angeles. 1S6 

God and the groceryman; a play in 3 
acts, by B. C. Blanding. © 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1933; D 20569: Blanche Carol 
Blanding, Glen Cove, N.Y. 187 

God bless our home; a play in 3 acts, 
by H. Sylvaine. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1933 ; D 20375 ; Hilda Sylvaine, New 
York. 188 

Gods (The) go away; a play in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by Mada Gage. 
© 1 c. Jan. 9. 1933 ; D 20083 ; Mada 
Estol Gage, New Haven. 189 

Golden (The) road; a radio sketch, by 
A. R. Schaff. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933 : 
D 20211; Alice Rooke Schaff, Dav- 
enport Center, N.Y. 190 

Golden (The) wedding, featuring 
songs of yesteryear ; a 1-act musical 
play, E. G. Symonds. Text. © 1 c. 
Dec. 19, 1932 ; D 20107 ; Edith Gray 
Symonds, Salem, Mass. 191 

Golden (The) West; a farce on the in- 
stalment plan, by Ronald Gow. Lon- 
don and Glasgow, Gowans & Gray, 
ltd. ; Boston, The Baker interna- 
tional play bureau, 1932. 29 p. 
24mo. ( [Plays for boys, no. 8] ) 
© Dec. 5, 1932; 1 c. Dec. 23; D 
20007 ; Ronald Gow, Bowden, Chesh- 
ire, England. 192 

Goloshes and letters ; a comedy in 1 
act, by G. D. Janes. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1933; D 20443; Guido D. Janes. 
Knoxville, Tenn. 193 

•Good (The) ghost. See Two short 
plays for little folks. 

Good (The) old days of long ago; a 
play in 1 act, by C. E. Houseworth. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; D 19965; Clara 
Eleanor Houseworth, Centerville, 
Ind. 194 



Gordon's international : a comedy, in 
a prologue, 6 scenes, and epilogue, 
by B. M. Hurowitz. © 1 c. Jan. 20. 
1933 : D 20399 : Benjamin M. Huro- 
witz, Philadelphia. 195 

Gossip (The) eliminator; a comedy by 
Florence F. Smith. Franklin. ( >., 
Denver, Col., 1932. 63 p. diagr. 
12mo. © June 29, 1932: 2 c. Jan. 
16, 1933; D 20270; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin. <). 

196 

Grand prelude; a drama in 3 acts with 
a prologue, by William Haven 
[pseud, of W. Wittel © 1 c. Jan. 
4, 1933; D 19979: William Witle. 
Bellerose. L. I., N. Y. 197 

Great (The) black loup-garou. See 

Mysteries in Paris. 

Great (The) magoo ; a love-sick cha- 
rade in 3 acts. This simple and 
slightly uncouth saga is the work of 
Messrs. Ben Hecht & Gene Fowler. 
illustrated by Herman Rosse. [New 
York, The Van Rees press, 1933] 
6 p. l. r 3-208 p. 8vo. © Jan. 4, 
1933; 2 c. Jan. 12; aff. Jan. 13: A 
57908 ; Ben Hecht. Nyack, N. Y.. and 
Gene Fowler, Kew Gardens, L. I., 
N. Y. 197* 

Great (The) master; a play, by G. 
Ermoloff; and N. Oulukanoff. © 1 c. 
Dec. 28, 1932; D 20525; Nicolas 
Oulukanoff and George Ermoloff, 
New York. 198 

Great Moments in history ; a series of 
radio sketches, by J. Walter Thomp- 
son co. [no. 1] Columbus. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1933; D 20407; Standard 
brands, inc., New York. 199 

no. 2. Custer's last charge. 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; D 20408; 
Standard brands, inc., New York. 

200 

no. 3. Decatur at Tripoli. 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; D 20409; 
Standard brands, inc., New York. 

201 

no. 4. The Alamo. © 1 c. 

Jan. 20, 1933; D 20410; Standard 
brands, inc., New York. 202 

no. 5. The Oregon's race 

around the Horn. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1933; D 20411; Standard brands, 
inc., New York. 203 

no. 6. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; 

D 20412; Standard brands, inc., 
New York. 204 



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no. 7. Hobson's choice — the 

sinking of the Merrimac. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1933; D 20413; Standard 
brands, inc., New York. 205 

no. 8. Witches and witch- 
craft- — Salem, Massachusetts. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1933; D 20414; Standard 
brands, inc., New York. 206 

no. 9. Andrew Jackson at 

New Orleans. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; 
D 20415 ; Standard brands, inc., New 
York. 207 

[no. 10] Alexander Graham 

Bell — the inventor of the telephone. 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; D 20416; 
Standard brands, inc., New York. 

208 

■ no. 11. The Monitor and the 

Merrimac. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; 
D 20417 ; Standard brands, inc., New 
York. 209 

no. 12. Benjamin Franklin 

in France. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; D 
20418; Standard brands, inc., New 
York. 210 

— — [no. 13] The Battle of San 

Jacinto. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; D 

20419; Standard brands, inc., New 
York. 211 

■ no. 14. Henry Hudson. © 

1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; D 20420 ; Standard 
brands, inc., New York. 212 

no. 15. The trial of Anne 

Hutchinson. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; 
D 20421 ; Standard brands, inc., New 
York. 213 

Great scandal among the bees ; a play 
in 2 acts, by E. Haourt and C. J. 
Osmond. © 1 c. Nov. 22, 1932; D 
20563; Emile Haourt & Charlotte 
Osmond, New York. 214 

Greenwich village nights. See Bohe- 
mian nights in the Latin quarter. 

Gringos (Los) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. D. Gordon. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933 ; 
D 20210 ; Wesley Dexter Gordon, So- 
noma, Calif. 215 

Hamilton Rumplebaugh, esquire; Epi- 
sode 2, a drama for the radio in 4 
acts, by S. Davie. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1933; D 20449; Stanley Davie, Oak- 
land, Calif. 216 

Handsome; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
S. J. Park. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933: 
D 20404; Samuel John Park and 
Roy Walling, New York. 217 



Hanneles himmelfahrt ; traumdichtung 
in 2 akten von Gerhart Hauptmann, 
edited with introduction, paraphrase 
of text, notes, and vocabulary, by 
W. D. Zinnecker. New York, 1933. 
vii, 149 p. front. 12 mo. © Jan. 4, 
1933; 2 c. Jan. 13; aff. Jan. 14; A 
58903 ; Prentice-Hall, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on introduc- 
tion, paraphrase of text, notes, and 
vocabulary] 217* 

Happy days ; a humorous, spectacular 
dramatic sketch, by G. Rockwell. 
© 1 c. Jan. 6. 1933 ; D 20023 ; George 
Rockwell, New York. 218 

Hat and stick. See Four new plays 
for women and girls. 

Haunted (The) asylum. See Myster- 
ies in Paris. 

Haunted (The) bagpipes; being an 
authorized original story, based on 
The Final problem, a Sherlock 
Holmes story for radio broadcast, 
by Edith Meiser. (Sherlock Holmes 
series, no. 79) © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; 
D 20493 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 219 

Haunted (The) yacht. See Milligan 
and Mulligan. 

He came to Bethlehem; a dramatic 
presentation for Christmas, by Elsie 
Duncan Yale. Philadelphia, Pa. 
[1932] 12 p. 12 mo. © Oct. 29, 
1932; 2 c. Nov. 4; D 20141; Hall- 
Mack co., Philadelphia. 220 

He lives, the King of kings; Easter 
cantata for soli and chorus, words 
by Juanita E. Roos, music by Anna 
Priscilla Risher. Philadelphia, 1933. 
35 p. 4 to. Vocal score. © Jan. 
18, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 18; D 28373; 
Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 
221 

Heather gentry; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by John Brandane [pseud, of J. Mac 
[Intyrel] London, Constable & co., 
ltd., 1932. vii, [1] 127, [1] p. 12 
mo. © Dec. 22, 1932; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1933; D 20144; John Mac Intyre, 
Glasgow. 222 

Henry Hudson. See Great moments 
in history. 

Here comes three knights ; a rollicking 
farce, by J. Wilbur Fitzpatrick. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1932. 89 
p. diagr. 12 mo. © Sept. 6, 1932 ; 
2 c. Jan. 16, 1933; D 20272; Eld- 
ridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 223 



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Hi and Min; a travesty for radio, by 
H. Weinberg. © 1 c. Jan. 6. 1933 ; 
D 20053; Harry Weinberg, Brook- 
lyn. 224 

Hobson's choice — the sinking of the 
Merriinac. See Great moments in 
history. 

Hollywood (The) child; a reading, by 
Charles George. Franklin. O., Den- 
ver, Col., 1932. 8 p. 12 mo. © Aug. 
5, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; D 20252 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 225 

Holy (The) sepulchre; a pageant of 
the resurrection, by Lyman R. Bay- 
ard. Los Angeles, Calif., Pageant 
publishers, 1933. cover-title, 37 p. 
illus. 4to. © Jan. 10, 1933; 2 c. 
Jan. 18 ; D 28371 ; Lyman R. Bayard. 
Elsinore, Calif. 226 

Horace; by [Pierre] Corneille. A lit- 
eral translation [by Selma Strauss 
Wolff. Andover. Mass., The And- 
over press, 1932] cover-title. 45 p. 
16 mo. ([Wolff's translations]) 
© Oct. 6. 1932; 2 c. Oct. 20; D 
20004; Harold A. Wolff and Selma 
Strauss Wolff, Cambridge, Mass. 
227 

Hostages ; a play in 3 acts, by D. V. 
Godfrey [pseud, of W. Ferris] © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; D 20084; Walter 
Ferris, Lyme, Conn. 228 

House (The) of Bedlam; a play in 3 
acts, by Edward Scott [i. e. W. E. 
Scott] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; D 
20433; William Edward Scott. San 
Francisco. 229 

How wonderful ! from the log of Singa- 
pore Jim ; a radio sketch, by Rupert 
Hughes. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933; D 
20538 ; Amer. radio features syndi- 
cate, Los Angeles. 230 

I don't know ; a light comedy in 3 acts, 
by E. Dalby. © 1 c. Jan. 6. 1933; 
D 20054 ; Edmund Dalby, New York. 

231 

II taut qu'une cage ; comedie en 1 acte 
de R. Bruyez. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1932; 
D 20331 ; Rene Bruyez, Paris. 232 

Imperfect peace ; a quaint bit of the 
revolutionary war in 2 scenes, by 
Delphine Harris Coy. Franklin, O., 
Denver. Col., 1932. 28 p. 12mo. 
© Aug. 12, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; 
D 20261; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 233 



Impromptu vaudeville burlesques; a 
group of 5 novelty stunts, by Le Roy 
Stahl. Minneapolis, Minn., 1933. 
44 p. 12mo. © Jan. 4, 1933; 2 c. 
Jan. 7; D 20086; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 234 

In a doll's shop ; a Christmas play, by 
S. C. Wolfcheck. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 
1932 : D 20226 ; Sylvia C. Wolfcheck, 
New York. 235 

In the light of the moon ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Lindsey Barbee. Frank- 
lin. O., Denver, Col., 1932. 86 p. 
12mo. © Aug. 11, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 
16. 1933; D 20274; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 



Inconstant (The) moon; a comedy in 
3 acts, by H. C. Haskell. © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933; D 20302; Henry C. 
Haskell, Kansas City, Mo. 237 

Incredible (The) Borgias ; an operetta, 
by R. Berton, E. Berton, J. Baird, 
music by E. Berton, lyrics by Ed- 
ward Ellisque. Text. © 1 c. Dec. 
23, 1932; D 20100; Ralph Berton, 
Woodstock, N. Y., Eugene Berton, 
New York. Jan Baird, Beechurst, 
L. I., N. Y. 238 

Ingenious (The) adolescent; a drama 
in 5 acts, by E. Caulfield. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933 ; D 20074 ; Edward Caul- 
field, Hawthorne, Calif. 239 

Inn (The) of adventure; a comedy in 
3 acts, by John Brandane [pseud, 
of J. Mac Intyre] London, Con- 
stable & co., ltd., 1932. ix, [1], 98, 
[1] p. 12mo. © Dec. 22, 1932; 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1933; D 20145; John Mac 
Intyre, Glasgow. 240 

Intercepted (An) pass; a play in 1 
act, by C. Divine. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1933 ; D 20514 ; Charles Divine, New 
York. 241 

Intermission specialties ; vaudeville 
specialties for presentation between 
the acts of full-evening plays, by 
Arten Casey. Minneapolis, Minn., 
1933. 126 p. 12mo. © Jan. 21, 
1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; D 20470 ; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 242 

It's a mad world; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Frank Yreeland. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1933; D 20519; Frank Thorpe Vree- 
land, Staten Island, N. Y. 243 

Jack (A) and Jill valentine; an op- 
eretta in 3 acts for juveniles, book 
and lyrics by Clara S. Keeler, music 
by Nellie S. Frizzelle. Vocal score 



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300 



with full dialogue. Cincinnati, O. 
[1932] 32 p. 4to. ©Dec. 31, 1932; 

2 c. Jan. 3, 1933; D 28360; Willis 
music co., Cincinnati. 244 

Jardin (Un) sur l'Oronte ; drama ly- 
rique en 4 actes et 8 tableaux, tire 
du roman de Maurice Barres, par 
Franc-Nohain [pseud, of Maurice Le 
Grand] Musique de Alfred Bachelet. 
Paris, 1932. 70 p. 16mo. Text. 
© Nov. 1, 1932; 1 c. Dec. 21; D 
20316 ; Heugel, Paris. 245 

Jeanne ; comedie en 3 actes, par H. 
Duvernois. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1932; 
D 20328 ; Henri Duvernois, Paris. 

246 

Jean's dream Christmas; by Helen 
Waite Munro. Franklin, O., Den- 
ver, Col., 1932. 21 p. 12 mo. © 
Aug. 21, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933; 
D 20291 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 247 

Jew Dyte ; an historical comedy in 1 
act, by H. F. Rubinstein. © 1 c. 
Jan. 26, 1933; D 20506; Harold F. 
Rubinstein, London. 248 

Jewel robbery ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Lazzlo Fodor, adapted by Bertram 
Bloch. New York, Los Angeles, Lon- 
don, 1932. 83, [3] p. diagrs. 12mo. 
([French's standard library ed.]) 
© Nov. 25, 1932 ; 2 e. Jan. 3, 1933 ; 
D 19948 ; Samuel French, New York. 
249 

Jews (The) who are forgotten; a 
drama in 4 acts, by L. Bard. © 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1933; D 19978; Leo Bard, 
Brighton Beach, Brooklyn 250 

Jo hazbol valo urileany ; vigjatek 3 fel- 
vonasban, irta: Vaszary Janos [i. e. 
Janos Vaszary] [Budapest, Szin- 
hazi Elet, 1932] p. 105-135. 8vo. 
© Nov. 21, 1932; 1 c. Dec. 22; D 
20087; Alexander Marton, Budapest. 
251 

Johnny Hart in Hollywood ; Episodes 
50-64, a series of radio sketches, by 
McCann-Eriekson, inc. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 3, 1933; D 19983-19997; Mc- 
Cann-Eriekson, inc., New York. 

252-266 

Josef Bonime's symphony. See Five 
(The) star theatre. 

Joseph est un cochon ; vaudeville en 

3 actes, par R. Tremoisi. © 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1933 ; D 20455 ; Robert Tremois, 
Paris. 267 



Joseph of Israel ; a Biblical drama, by 
Elsie M. Harriman MacKay. [St. 
Petersburg, Fla., 1932] 56 p. 8vo. 
© Dec. 18, 1932; 2 c. Dec. 23; D 
20550; Elsie M. Harriman MacKay. 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 268 

Judas ; a sacred drama in 3 acts, by 
J. M. Congedo. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1983 ; 
D 200S0; Joseph M. Congedo, New 
York. 269 

Judas on trial; a play in 3 acts, by 
Miriam and A. Bookstein. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1933; D 20403; Abraham 
Bookstein, New York. 270 

Judge Fulenwider's first law case. 
See Friendship town. 

Judge Soakum's radio night court ; 
Dec. 1, 1932, a radio sketch, by Price 
Patton. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; D 
20021; Price Anderson Patton, Chi- 
cago. 271 



Judy and Jane ; Continuity nos. 

Nov. 29-Dec. 2. Dec. 5-9, 12-16, 19- 
23, 26-30, 1932, a series of radio 
sketches, by Robert D. Andrews. © 
1 c. each Jan. 6, 1933; D 20028- 
20051; J. A. Folger & co., Kansas 
City, Mo. 272-295 

Jungle's (The) claws; a play in 3 
acts, by G. Gordon. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1933; D 20401; Gale Gordon, Park 
Ridge, 111. 296 

Just a virgin ; a drama in 2 acts, by 
Pan Michael [pseud, of M. Gold- 
berg] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; D 20498 ; 
Michael Goldberg, Woodmere, L.I., 

N.Y. 297 

Kaffee (The) Match; Instalments 1-6, 
a fifteen minute radio continuity, by 
Maxine Finsterwald. © 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1933 ; D 20432 ; Maxine Finster- 
wald, Detroit. 298 

Karleen ; a light opera in 3 acts, book 
by A. Goodlet, freely adapted from 
a play by Kotzebue, lyrics by A. 
Goodlet and James A. Findlay, mu- 
sic by James A. Findlay. London, 
Stainer & Bell, ltd. [1933] 135 p. 
8vo. © Jan. 13, 1933 ; 1 c. Jan. 14 ; 
D 28370; James Albert Findlay, 
Sevenoaks, England. 299 

Keeper of the keys ; a play in 3 acts 
by V. Davies, adapted from the 
novel of Earl Derr Bigger s. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25. 1933; D 20499; Valentine 
Davies, New York. 300 



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Keeping Nora happy ; a comedy in 1 
act, by Marjorie De Mott. New 
York, Los Angeles, Samuel French, 
inc. ; London, Samuel French, ltd., 
1932. 31, [1] p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Dec. 9, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1933: D 
19953: Marjorie De Mott, Bronx- 
ville, N.Y. 301 

Kept in pay; a play in 3 acts, by L. 
Fletcher and D. Armitage. © 1 c. 
Dec. 2, 1932 ; D 20101 ; Lois Fletcher 
and David Armitage, New York. 

302 

King (The) eternal; an Easter serv- 
ice of readings and songs, by Miriam 
E. Mason. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Col., 1932. 12 p. 12mo. Text. © 
Sept. 7. 1932; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933; 
D 20256; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 303 

King Philip ; a play, by Benjamin R. 
C. Low. New York, 1932. 41 p. 
4to. © Dec. 30, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 3, 
1933: D 19961; Benjamin R. C. 
Low, New York. 304 

King Rother ; a romantic opera in 4 
acts, by G. A. Hawkins-Ambler. Li- 
bretto. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1932; D 
20393 ; George Arthur Hawkins- 
Ambler. San Francisco. 305 

Kings* (The) vigil. See Bride (The) 
of quietness. 

Kiss and make-up ; Episode 1, a radio 
serial, by C. Geer and O. A. La 
Beaume. © 1 c. Jan. 17. 1933; D 
20342; Charlotte Geer, Montclair, 
N.J., and Olive A. LaBeaume, S. 
Orange, N.J. 306 

Konig (Der) von Yvetot; komische 
oper in 4 akten, von Jean Limozin 
und Andre de La Tourrasse, musik 
von Jacques Ibert, deutsch von Otto 
Sprinzel. Paris [1932] 96 p. 16mo. 
Text. © Dec. 1, 1932 ; 1 c. Dec. 30 : 
D 20386 ; Heugel, Paris. 307 

Kolonne Immergruen ; unterweltkomo- 
die in 3 aufziigen von Hans Bren- 
nert, musikeinlagen : Hans May. 
Text. © 1 c. Jan. 18. 1933 : D 20380 : 
Felix Bloch erben, Berlin. 308 

Ladysacre ; a play in 6 scenes, by Val- 
erie Wyngate [pseud, of V. J. S. 
Salberg] © 1 c. Nov. 11, 1932: D 
20529; Valerie Jeanne S. Salberg, 
London. 309 

Lame duck; a play by M. Foster. © 
1 c. Jan. 24, 1933; D 20467; Maxi- 
milian Foster. New York. 310 



Landing (The) of Columbus; a play- 
let for Columbus day, by S. C. Wolf- 
check. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1932; D 
20170; Sylvia C. Wolfcheck, New 
York. 311 

Lasses and Honey adventures, Dixie's 
sweetest combination, a play, by L. 
White. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933; D 
20541 ; LeRoy White, Dallas. 312 

Last (The) days of Angkor: a play in 
3 acts, by W. C. Jackson, adapted 
from the novel The downfall of the 
gods, by Sir Hugh Clifford. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1933; D 20474; William 
Chapin Jackson, New York. 313 

Life is a laugh : or, That's life, a 
comedy in 3 acts, by Sebastian 
Gaspers. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933; D 
20478: Sebastian D. Gaspers, La 
Grange. IP. 314 

Light (The) of eternal life; a sacred 
Easter drama by Lida Lisle Molloy. 
New York. N. Y., 1933. 16 p. 12mo. 
© Jan. 3. 1933: li c. Jan. 14: D 
20315: Tullar-Meredith co., New 
York. 315 

Like any one of us: a radio sketch, by 
J. C. Beal. [pt. 1] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1933; D 20207; Joseph Carleton 
Beal, New York. 316 

pt. 2. © 1 c. Jan. 21. 1933 ; 

D 20426: Joseph Carleton Beal. 
New York. 317 

pt. 3. © 1 c. Jan. 20. 1933; 

D 20423; Joseph Carleton Beal. New 
York. 318 

Little garden of roses; or. Blind Love, 
a playlet in 1 act. by F. Mac Donald. 
© 1 c. Dec. 30, 1932; D 20396; 
Franklin Mac Donald, Bryantville, 
Mass. 319 

Little Miss Tatters: a comedy in 3 
acts, by Eugene Hafer. Franklin. 
O., Denver, Col., 1932. 1:2!) p. 
diagrs. 12mo. © Oct. 3, 1932 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 10. 1933; D 20282; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc.. Frank- 
lin. O. 320 

Little (The) rich girl (who was 
poor;) operetta for the grades I by] 
Carolyn R. Freeman. Denver, Col., 
Franklin. O. [1932] 22 p. 4to. © 
Aug. 25, 1932: 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933; 
D 28368: Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc.. Franklin. O. 321 

Little (The) shepherd visits the Christ 
child: a dramatization for the 
Christmas manger service, by Ruth 



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Hays. Milwaukee, Wis. [1932] 11 
p. 8vo. © Nov. 29, 1932 ; 2 c. Dec. 
6; D 20425; Morehouse pub. co., 
Milwaukee. 322 

Long live the King ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Agnes O'Gara Ruggeri 
[pseud, of A. C. Ruggeri] © 1 c. 
Dec. 10, 1932; D 20398; Agnes C. 
Ruggeri, New York. 323 

Look (The) of horror; a play in 4 
acts, by L. S. Ahrens. © 1 c. Jan. 
17, 1933; D 20299; Lilliam Sincere 
Ahrens, Cleveland. 324 

Look who's here! (Review of Twin 
Corners) play in 1 act, by R. Ra- 
binovitch. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933; D 
20056; Ruth Rabinovitch, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 325 

Lord Byron, the lover ; a play by H. R. 
Misrock. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933: D 
20154; Henry Roy Misrock, Great 
Neck, N. Y. 326 

Lost (The) chicks; a play for Thanks- 
giving, by S. C. Wolf check. © 1 c. 
Sept. 15, 1932; D 20225; Sylvia C. 
Wolfcheck, New York. 327 

Louie Liedercrantz, his rise and fall ; 
a sketch for a revue, by R. Howe. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933; D 20539; 
Ruth Howe, New York. 328 

Love child; or, The adult approach, a 
comedy in 3 acts, by Gwendolen 
Logan [i. e. Gwendolen Logan 
Seiler] and C. Seiler. © 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1933; D 20448; Conrad Seller, 
Hollywood, Calif. 329 

Love racquet ; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, book and lyrics, by Ira Rosen- 
thal, music by Arthur Bronstein. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; D 28361; Ira A. 
Rosenthal, New York. 330 

Love school ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
W. Hanmer. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933 ; 
D 20151; Wendell Hanmer, Brook- 
lyn. 331 

Luft geschaeften. See Blue sky. 

Lumberjack. See Modern (The) 
Baron Munchausen. 

Madam President. See First lady. 

Madame Quixote; a play in 3 acts, by 
C. S. Frendo. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; 
D 20574; Charles Salvin Frendo, 
New York. 332 

Made in heaven; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. W. Smith. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933^; 
D 20068; Elisabeth Wehner Smith, 
Woodhaven, N. Y. 333 



Madchen in uniform. See Children in 
uniform. 

Magical (The) voyage to Wellville ; or 
Post toasties story time, a series of 
. radio sketches, by P. Wing. Epi- 
sodes 19-24. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; D 
19977 ; Paul Wing, Darien, Conn. 334 

Episodes 25-30. © 1 c. Jan. 

11, 1933 ; D 20153 ; Paul Wing, Dar- 
ien, Conn. 335 

Episodes 31-36. © 1 c. Jan. 

20, 1933 : D 20405 ; Paul Wing, Dar- 
ien, Conn. 336 

Malhechores (Los) del bien; por Ja- 
cinto Benavente. Authorized edition 
edited with introduction, notes and 
vocabulary by Irving A. Leonard 
and Robert K. Spaulding. New 
York, 1933. xxvii, 126 p. front, 
(port.) 16 mo. © Jan. 3, 1933; 2 c. 
and aff. Jan. 4 ; A 57735 ; Macmillan 
co., New York. Copyright claimed 
on introduction, notes and vocabu- 
lary. 336* 

Mamie, Billy and Pooch ; Episode 1. 
Billy wins, a radio playlet, by J. 
Lambe. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933; D 
20098 ; Jane Lambe, New York. 337 

Mammy's boy ; a play in 1 act, by A. 

Strawn. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; D 

20155; Arthur Strawn, New York. 

338 

Man (The) from Mars ; a Christmas 
play, by Joe Hampton Faulk. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1932. 14 
p. 12 mo. © June 22, 1932; 2 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933 ; D 20285 ; Eldridge en- 
tertainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 
339 

Man (The) in the stocks; a drama, by 
E. Benshimol. Contains music. © 
1 c. Jan. 10, 1933 ; D 20471 ; Ernest 
Benshimol, Arlington, Mass. 340 

Man (A) walks ; a play in 2 acts, by 
H. H. Hoehn. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933 ; 
D 20149; Harry Herbert Hoehn, 
Cleveland. 341. 

Marco Polo ; Episodes 1-5, a radio se- 
ries, by Catherine Turney. © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933; D 20309; Earnshaw- 
Young, inc., Los Angeles. 342 

Margin (The) of eternity; a drama in 
3 acts, by P. Barwell and N. Mor- 
land. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1932 ; D 20221 ; 
Nigel Morland and Peggy Barwell, 
London. 343 

Marx (The) brothers. See Five (The) 
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Mary ; a comedy in 3 acts, with pro- 
logue, by Stephan Zagon, tr. by M. 
Jean. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933 ; D 20003 ; 
Monique Jean, New York. 344 

Master (The) of Ballantrae ; a drama- 
tization in 4 acts, by Mitchell and 
Nathan T. Wolkomir, of Stevenson's 
novel. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933; D 
20520; Mitchell Wolkomir and Na- 
than T. Wolkomir, New York. 345 

Maud and Cousin Bill ; a radio play, 
by B. Tarkington. pts. 38-48. © 
1 e. Jan. 7, 1933; D 20075; Booth 
Tarkington, Kennebunkport, Me. 

346 

pts. 49-61, with sketch for 

introductory program. © 1 c. Jan. 
26, 1933; D 20516; Booth Tarking- 
ton, Indianapolis. 347 

Medicina (La) miracolosa ; operetta 
comica in 3 atti, di S. Fantucchio. 
Text. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933 ; D 20551 ; 
Salvatore Fantucchio, Brooklyn. 348 

Medium (Un) rigolo ; vaudeville en 1 
acte de Armand Foucher. Paris, 
Bruxelles, 1932. 13 p. 16 mo. (Le 
Bon theatre d'aujord'hui) © Nov. 
1, 1932; 1 c. Dec. 21; D 20318; Edi- 
tions Salabert, Paris. 349 

Meet Saint Patrick; by Rebecca L. 
Bloodworth. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Col., 1932 . 11 p. 12 mo. © June 
29, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; D 20284 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 350 

Menace; a play in 3 acts, by H. Wor- 
rall-Thompson. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933 ; 
D 20303; Henry Worrall-Thompson, 
London. 351 

Menhogerus at Christmas-time; a play 
in 5 acts, by Elva E. Dittman. © 
1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; D 20391; Elva 
Dittman, Dearborn, Mich. 352 

Men's (The) aid; a burlesque, by 
Helen Richards Cook. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1932. 11 p. 12 mo. 
© Sept. 3, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933; 
D 20286; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 353 

Mid-Pacific ; a play in 3 acts, by Hal- 
sey Raines [i. e. T. H. Raines] © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; D 20397; Thos. 
Halsey Raines, New York. 354 

Mike 'n' Pat (Police car 557) Episode 
1, a radio series, bv W. C. Gorman. 
© 1 c. Jan. IS, 1933 ; D 20361 ; Wil- 
liam Charles Gorman, Chicago. 355 



Milligan and Mulligan ; Back-stage 
murder, Episodes 3-6. radio scripts, 
by Bob White. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933 ; 
D 20061; Bob White productions. 
Chicago. 356 

Freak death. Scripts 1-6, radio 

scripts, by Bob White. © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1933; D 20558; Bob White pro- 
ductions, Chicago. 357 

The haunted yacht. Scripts. 5, »; 

and The missing mayor. Scripts 
1-5, radio scripts, by Bob White. 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933 ; D 20436 ; Bob 
White productions, Chicago. 358 

Script 6. The missing mayor; 

Episode 6, radio scripts, by Bob 
White productions. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1933; D 20451; Bob White produc- 
tions, Chicago. 359 

Scripts 7-10. The baunted yacht. 

Episodes 1-4, radio scripts, by Bob 
White. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933: D 
20209; Bob White productions. Chi- 
cago. 360 

Miracle at Verdun ; [by] Hans Chlum- 
berg, tr. by Edward Crankshaw. 
London, Victor Gollancz. ltd., 1932. 
128 p. 12mo. © Nov. 21, 1932 ; 1 c. 
Dec. 27; D 20008: Edward Crank- 
shaw, London. 361 

Missing (The) Mayor. See Milligan 
and Mulligan. 

Mistral ; a play in 3 acts ; by E. Davies 
and R. Whitfield. © 1 c. Jan. 11. 
1933; D 20557; Emily Davies and 
Raoul Whitfield, New York. 362 

Mrs. Brown's egg rolling: a playlet for 
Easter, by S. C. Wolfcheck. © 1 c. 
Sept. 15, 1932; D 20161; Sylvia C. 
Wolfcheck, New York. 363 

Modern (The) Baron Munchausen; 

a series of radio sketches, by Wil- 
liam K. Wells. Episode no. 17. 
New Year. pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. Jan. 3. 
1933 ; D 19975; Lord & Thomas. Now 
York. 364 

■ Episode no. IS. Entomology . 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933 ; D 20059 ; Lord & 
Thomas, New York. :'.<;.", 

Episode no. 19. Elephant 

hunt. pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933 ; 
D 20212; Lord & Thomas. Now York. 



— ■ Episode no. 20. Cowboy, pts 

1. 2. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933: D 20444 : 
Lord & Thomas. New York. 361 



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Episode no. 21. Lumber- 
jack, pts. 1-2. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933 ; 
D 20510 ; Lord & Thomas, New York. 
368 

Mohawk (The) trail; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. N. Greene. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1933; D 20304; Frances Nimmo 
Greene, University, Ala. 369 

Monitor (The) and the Merrimac. 
See Great moments in history. 

Monkey wrench; a play in 2 acts, by 
R. King. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; D 
20428; Rufus King, Rouses Point, 
N. Y. 370 

Monsieur Flanelle ; etude de moeurs 
en 1 acte de Armand Foucher. 
Paris, Bruxelles, 1932. 19 p. 16mo. 
(Le Bon theatre d'aujourd'hui) © 
Nov. 1, 1932 ; 1 c. Dec. 21 ; D 20321 ; 
Editions Salabert, Paris. 371 

Morale; a play in 1 act, by J. C. 
Moffitt. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; D 
20431 ; John C. Moffitt, Kansas City, 
Mo. 372 

More dramatized nursery rhymes; as 
performed by the Glasgow children's 
theatre, written and arranged by 
Bertha Waddell. The decorations 
by Hugh Barr. London, Glasgow 
[1932] 29 p. illus. 4to. © Nov. 
14, 1932; 1 c. Nov. 29; D 28365; 
Bayley & Ferguson, Glasgow. 373 

More than an ordinary man ; a play in 
a prologue and 10 scenes, by P. I. 
Trivers. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1932; D 
20014; Paul Irving Trivers, Chap- 
pagua, N. Y. 374 

Mother announcing. See Five (The) 
star theatre. 

Mother Health and her children ; a 
playlet for health day, by S. C. Wolf- 
check. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1932; D 
20165; Sylvia C. Wolfcheck, New 
York. 375 

Mother's day; a playlet for parents 
day, by S. C. Wolfcheck. © 1 c. 
Sept. 15, 1932; D 20166; Sylvia C. 
Wolfcheck, New York. 376 

Mother's greatest decision ; a radio 
drama, by P. C. Harvey and Ted 
Malone. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; D 
20308; P. Caspar Harvey, Liberty, 
Mo. 377 

Mourning becomes hysteria ; a dra- 
matic satire in 3 parts, by J. Van 
Nice. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; D 20069 ; 
James Van Nice, Chicago. 378 



Much ado about loving ; a farce in 1 
act, by Glenn Hughes. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Col., 1932. 24 p. 12mo. 
© July 10, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933; 
D 20283; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 379 

Murder by proxy ; being an authorized 
original story based on Sherlock 
Holmes for radio purposes, by Edith 
Meiser. (Sherlock Holmes series, 
no. 80) © 1 c Jan. 23, 1933; D 
20494; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 380 

Murder on the train. See Mysteries in 
Paris. 

Mutiny (The) of the Somers; histori- 
cal radio drama, by W. N. King. © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; D 20070; W. 
Nephew King, Brooklyn. 381 

Myrt and Marge; Episode nos. 229- 
243, a series of radio sketches, by 
Myrtle Vail. © 1 c. each Jan. 14, 
1933; D 20235-20249; Wm. Wrigley, 
jr. co., Chicago. 382-396 

Mysteries in Paris ; a series of radio 
sketches, by Thomas H. McKnight 
and Edith Meiser. no. 12. The cata- 
combs and the piper. © 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1933; D 20482; McKnight and 
Jordan, inc., New York. 397 

no. 13. The disappearing gold 

from underground vaults. © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1933; D 20483; McKnight 
and Jordan, inc., New York. 398 

-no. 14. Unveiling of monu- 
ment. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; D 
20484; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 399 

no. 15. Murder on the train. 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; D 20485 ; Mc- 
Knight and Jordan, inc., New York. 
400 

no. 16. Secret of the ava- 
lanche. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; D 
20486; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 401 

no. 17. The ghosts of Thun- 
der castle. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933: 
D 20487 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 402 

no. 18. The great black loup- 

garou. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; D 
20488; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 403 



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Mysteries in Paris— Continued. 

no. 19. The haunted asylum. 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; D 20489; Mc- 

Knight and Joi'dan, inc., New York. 

404 

Mysterious (The) Mrs. Updyke; a 
comedy in 3 acts, by Marion Short. 
New York, Los Angeles, London, 
1932. 88, [1] p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Dec. 30, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; D 
19947 ; Samuel French, New York. 

405 

Mystery (The) of the bell tower; a 
mystery-comedy in 3 acts, by C. M. 
Smith. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933; D 
20508; Charlotte Marie Smith, Chi- 
cago. 406 

New Year. See Modern Baron Mun- 
chausen. 

New Year resolution ; a playlet, by 
S. C. Wolfcheck. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 
1932 ; D 20158 ; Sylvia C. Wolfcheck, 
New York. 407 

Nightmares; or, Sweet dreams in the 
arms of Morpheus, Episode nos. 1-3, 
a series of radio sketches, by Jimmie 
Barry [i. e. J. M. Barry] © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; D 19962; James M. 
Barry, Dingman's Ferry, Pa. 408 

Nine plays ; by Eugene O'Neill, se- 
lected by the author, introduction by 
Joseph Wood Krutch. New York, 
1932. xxii, 867 p. 8vo. Contents.— 
The Emperor Jones. — The hairy 
ape. — All God's chillun got wings.— 
Desire under the elms.— Marco mil- 
lions. — The great god Brown. — Laza- 
rus laughed. — Strange interlude. — 
Mourning becomes Electra. © Dec. 
2, 1932; 2 c. Dec. 27; aff. Dec. 21; 
A 57612 ; Liveright, inc., New York. 
408* 

Noe ; a play in 5 acts, by Andre Obey, 
translated from the French, by Joe 
Losey [i. e. Joseph Walton Losey] 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; D 20346; 
Joseph W. Losey, New York. 409 

O. B. for short ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by M. S. Hallam. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933: D 20064; Maude S. Hallam, 
Framingham, Mass. 410 

Office (The) chair; v. no. 4, Episode 
nos. 1-26, a series of radio sketches, 
by D. M. Guinther. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1933; D 20213; Dora Mai Guinther. 
Bellingham, Wash. 411 

Oh, Gloria ! a clever one-act play, by 
Dora Mary MacDonald. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Col., 1932. 23 p. 12mo. 



© July 19, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933 : 
D 20262; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 412 

Oh say! Can't you see? a musical 
comedy in 2 acts, by D. C. Beattie. 
Text. © 1 C. Jan. 5. 1933 ; D 20017 ; 
Daniel C. Beattie, Washington. 413 

Oktogon ; szinmii 3 felvonasban. irta : 
Zsolt Bela [i. e. Bela Zsolt] © 1 c. 
Jan. 18, 1933; D 20388; Alexander 
Marton, Budapest. 414 

Old age and youth ; Program no. 1 ; 
a play for radio, by J. C. Beal. © 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; D 20231: Joseph 
Carleton Beal, New York. 415 

Old (The) bureau; a radio sketch, by 
G. M. Gray. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933: 
D 20442; Guy M. Gray. Greenfield. 
Mass. 416 

Old Moore's almanac. See Three mod- 
em plays and a mime. 

Old (The) plantation; a drama in 1 
act, by Arthur Strawn. © 1 c. Jan. 
4. 1933; D 20001; Arthur Strawn. 
New York. 417 

On the bus; a radio act by H. Wein- 
berg. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933 ; D 20350 : 
Harry Weinberg, Brooklyn. 41^ 

One thing after another; a farce in 
3 acts, by Watkins E. Wright. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1932. 
122 p. diagrs. 12mo. © Sept. 20. 
1932; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933; D 20260; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc.. 
Franklin, O. 419 

Open (The) door; radio adaptation, 
by Thos. H. Hutchinson, from the 
story of the same title by Mrs. Oli- 
phant, published in the volume The 
omnibus of crime, edited by Dorothy 
L. Savres. (Star book series [no. 
13] ) © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933 ; D 2<>440 ; 
Garden City pub. CO., Garden City, 
N. Y. 420 

Oregon's (The) race around the 
Horn. See Great moments in his- 
tory. 

Oresteia (The) of Aeschylus: The 
Agamemnon. The Coephoroi. The 
Eumenides, translated from the 
Greek, by Charles H. Hitchcock. 
Boston, 1932. xi, [1], 145 p., 11. 
12mo. © Jan. 25, 1932; 2 c. July 
2S; aff. Dec. 29; A 58573; Bruce 
Humphries, inc., Boston. 420* 



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Special agent 



Ostriche [ !] (The) ; a drama in 3 
acts, by G. Mitchell. © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1933 ; D 20561 ; George Mitchell, 
New York. 421 

Our home; Episode 1, a radio play- 
let, by J. Lambe. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1933; D 20099; Jane Lambe, New 
York. 422 

Outlaw (The) of Death Valley. See 
Death Valley days. 

Owl (The) ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Jack Kingsbury [pseud, of J. Kings- 
berry] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; D 
20553; Jacob Kingsbury, New York. 
423 

Paid (The) killer. 
five. 

Pandora's box. See Three modern 
plays and a mime. 

Papillons (Les) de mort. 1 acte in- 
edit de Charles Clerc, d'apres une 
nouvelle d'Ed. de Keyser. ( In Paris, 
Bic et Eac, no. 169, June 4, 1932) 
© June 4, 1932; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933; 
D 20324 ; Charles Clerc, Paris. 424 

Paradise lane ; a 1-act play, by M. 

Finkler. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; D 

20229 ; Minnie Finkler, Los Angeles. 

425 

Parody pictures; by Euth Putnam 
Kimball. Franklin O., Denver, Col., 
1932. 26 p. 12mo. © June 22, 
1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; D 20253 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 426 

Pat's pin ; a 3-act comedy, by Dora 
Mary Macdonald, Frankin, O., Den- 
ver, Col., 1932. 80 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© June 30, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; 
D 20295; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 427 

Peter and Paula ; a musical romance, 
by I Gielow and R. Gielow. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933; D 28363; Irving and 
Rozetta Gielow, Chicago. 428 

Phantom (The) tiger; a mystery 
comedy in 3 acts (a sequel to Tiger 
house) by Eobert St. Clair. Min- 
neapolis, Minn., 1933. 80 p. plate, 
diagrs. 12mo. © Jan. 19, 1933; 
2 c. Jan. 21 ; D 20437 ; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 429 

Picnic (A) in the woods; a playlet for 
the first day of spring, by S. C. 
Wolfcheck. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1932; 
D 20162; Sylvia C. Wolfcheck, New 
York. 430 



Pineville meets the prince; a comedy- 
drama, by Watkins E. Wright. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1932. 
104 p. diagr. 12mo. © June 18, 
1932; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933; D 20278; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc.,. 
Franklin, O. 431 

Place Pigalle ; Episodes 1-3, musical 
and dialogue skit for radio, by M. 
Elkincl. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; 
D 20230; Max Elkin, New York. 

432 

Planting a tree ; a play for Arbor day, 
by S. C. Wolfcheck. © 1 c. Sept. 
15, 1932; D 20163; Sylvia C. Wolf- 
check, New York. 433 

Please madame ; a musical comedy in 

2 acts, by E. T. Walls and A. J. 
Seraphin. Text. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1932; D 20224; Elmer Thompson 
Walls, Wilmington, Del., and Andrew 
Jay Seraphine, Philadelphia. 434 

Polly of the circus ; a comedy-drama in 

3 acts, by Margaret Mayo, prepared 
by Nathaniel Edward Eeeid. Direc- 
tor's manuscript. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1933; D 20062; Longmans, Green 
and co., New York. 435 

New York, 1933. 4 p. 1., 3-98 

p. 12mo. © Jan. 4, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 
7 ; D 20055 ; Longmans, Green and 
co., New York. 436 

Post toasties story time. See Magical 
voyage to Wellville. 

Postscript to passion; love story of 
Johannes Brahms in 3 acts, by E. S. 
Childs and D. Gordon. © 1 c. Jan. 
27, 1933 ; D 20533 ; Elenor S. Childs 
and Douglas Gordon, New York. 

437 

Pourquoi pleures-tu? piece drama- 
tique en 3 actes [par] Georges de 
Tournon [pseud, of E. Santoni] 
Pau, Marrimpouey Jeune, impri- 
meur, 1932. 3 p. 1., [9]-113 p. 
12mo. © Nov. 28, 1932 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933; D 20322; Ernest Santoni, 
Paris. 438 

Premiere ; lustpiel in 3 akten, von 
Hans Adler und Paul Frank. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; D 20333; Georg Mar- 
ton, Vienna. 439 

Pretty white dove ; a play in 3 scenes, 
by E. T. Yarnell. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1933; D 20545; Ellis T. Yarnell, 
Eedondo Beach, Calif. 440 



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Print that story; a mystery drama in 
3 acts, by L. H. Stewart. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933; D 20233; Lawrence 
Henderson Stewart, Flint, Mich. 

441 

Prize pigs ; a modern farce comedy in 
3 acts, by Wilbur Braun. Minneap- 
olis, Minn., 1933. 95 p. 12mo. © 
Jan. 27, 1933 ; 2 e. Jan. 30 ; D 20547 ; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

442 

Professional (The) guest; a play by 
M. Foster. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933; 
D 20208; Maximilian Foster, New 
York. 443 

Prom night ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
G. S. Kaufmann. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1933 ; D 20340 ; George S. Kaufmann, 
Pittsburgh. 444 

Promise (The) ; an effective play with 
music for Easter, by Karin Sundelof- 
Asbrand. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Col., 1932. 21 p. 12mo. © June 
29, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933; D 
20251 ; E 1 d r i d g e entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 445 

Promised (The) Messiah; a sacred 
drama in 6 scenes, by W. E. Kirk- 
land. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933 ; D 20016 ; 
Willie E. Kirkland, Savannah, Ga. 
446 

Proposal (The) dress; by M. B. 
Whited. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; D 
19972; Mary Bliss Whited, San 
Francisco. 447 

Pups; a vaudeville skit, by Louise 
Hansen and H. S. Mason. © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1933; D 20540; Harold 
Starr Mason, San Diego, Calif. 

448 

Purgatory; a play in 7 scenes, by 
Walter Klincke [i. e. K. F. L. W. 
Klincke] © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; D 
20475; Walter Karl Friedrich Lud- 
wig Klincke, New York. 449 

Purple (The) cottage; a polite comedy 
in 1 act, by Glenn Hughes. Frank- 
lin, O., Denver, Col., 1932. 19 p. 
12mo. © June 20, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 
16, 1933; D 20273; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

450 

Putting on the dog ; a 1-act play, by 
Kathryn Wayne [pseud, of Minnie 
Earle] Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 
1932. 19 p. 12mo. © June 22, 
1932; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933; D 20294; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 451 



Quartette; a 2-act play, by C. Phelps. 
© 1 c. Oct. 19, 1932 ; D 20526 ; Car- 
rington Phelps, North Colebrook, 
Conn. 452 

Queen's (The) husband; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Robert Emmet Sherwood. 
London, New York, 1932. 72 p. 
plate. 8vo. ([French's acting ed., 
no. 2522]) © Oct. 10, 1932; 1 c 
Nov. 18 ; 1 c. Dec. 8 ; D 19283 ; Sam- 
uel French, ltd., London. 453 

Queer (The) duck; a play in 4 acts, 
by A. Afinogenov, translated and 
adapted by S. G. Lensky and Nathan 
Adler, under the supervision of V. F. 
Smirnov. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933; D 
20509; Nathan Adler, New York. 

454 

Quest (The) of the perfect woman; 
a play, by T. Terris-s. © 1 c. Jan. 
18, 1933 ; D 20362 ; Tom Terriss, New 
York. 455 

Question (A) of clothes; a comedy in 
3 acts, by W. A. Tremayne. Minne- 
apolis, Minn., 1933. 60 p. 12mo. 
© Jan. 27, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 30; D 
20549; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 456 

Qui m'a tue? . . . piece en 1 acte de 
L.Chantel. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1932; 
D 20327 ; Lucien Chantel, Besangon, 
Doubs, France. 457 

Quinine. See Romance of drugs. 

Raoul Mario, your radio correspond- 
ent ; a radio program, by R. Mario. 
© 1 c. Dec. 12, 1932; D 20106; 
Raoul Mario, New York. 458 

Red Riding Hood's reward. See Two 
short plays for little folks. 

Reducers (The) Minnie, Barb n' Iso- 
bel ; no. 1-5, a series of radio sketch- 
es, by Katherine Heisenfelt. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1933; D 20534; Germania 
tea co., Minneapolis. 459 

Reign (The) of Mrs. Buffet; a clever 
club comedy, by Gail White [pseud, 
of Gertrude I. Thomas] Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1932. 25 p. 12mo. © 
July 12, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933; 
D 20265; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 460 

Relative value. See Five (The) star 
theatre. 

Reluctant (The) lady; a comedy in 3 

acts, by M. J. Chicoine. © 1 c. Jan. 

12, 1933; D 20185; Martin Joseph 

Chicoine, Omaha, Neb. 461 



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Keturn (The) of Fenius Farsaid; a 
play in 3 acts, with preliminary spec- 
tacle, by M. Gauss. §lc. Jan. 9. 
1933; D 20092; Marianne Gaus>s, 
Greeley, Col. 462 

Return (The) of Odysseus; an orig- 
inal play in blank verse and 3 acts, 
by H. Muellen-Schlader [i. e. H. 
Muellenschlader] © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1933; D 20536; Helen Muellen- 
schlader, Milwaukee. 463 

Reverend (The) Arthur Grice; drama 
in 3 acts, by K. Koos and R. Preston. 
© 1 c. Dec. 16, 1932 ; D 20105 ; Ken- 
neth Koos and Randolph Preston, 
Dallas. 4G4 



Revue (La) d'amour; en 3 

dont un prologue, par Paul Derval 
[pseud, of A. Pitron] © 1 c. Dec. 
29. 1932; D 20332; Alexis Pitron, 
Paris. 465 

Riggs and Riggs>. See Death Valley 
days. 

Roam though I may ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. W. Rogers. © 1 c. Jan. 
27, 1933; D 20600; John William 
Rogers, Dallas. 466 

Rocks (The) of Rockaway, a 1-act 
play, Alberta Pierson Hannum and 
Ellen Keyser. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Col., 1932. 17 p. 12mo. © July 
10. 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; D 20263 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 467 

Romance in rotogravure. See Sunday 
supplement. 

Romance (The) of drugs; Quinine, 
a radio play in 2 acts, by C. Sobie. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933 ; D 20544 ; Carl 
Sobie, Highland Park, Mich. 468 

S. O. S. ; a short play, by Grace Pack 
Durham. Franklin, O., and Denver, 
Col., 1932. 12 p. 12mo. © July 7, 
1932; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933; D 20289; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 469 

Safety (The) brigade; a playlet for 
safety week, by S. C. Wolfcheck. 
© 1 c. Sept. 15, 1932; D 20164; 
Sylvia C. Wolfcheck, New York. 

470 

Safety worst; a safety-first sketch, by 
Harry Lautenschlager. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col.. 1932. 13 p. 12mo. © 
Sept. 5, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; D 
20296 ; Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc., Franklin, O. 471 



Salvage; a drama in modern life in, 
5 acts, by Rudolph Uren [i. e. A. R. 
Uren] © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; D 
20450 ; Albert Rudolph Uren, Toron- 
to, Canada. 472 

Satan's daughter; a play in 3 acts, by 
C. E. Russell. New version. © 1 c. 
Jan. 6, 1933 ; D 20024; C. E. Russell, 
East Orange, N. J. 473 

Saturday (A) night; a comedy in 3 
acts, by O. Davis. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1933; D 20543; Owen Davis, New 
York. 474 

Saved thru Indian superstition ; a 
sketch, by E. G. Brown. © 1 c. Dec. 
12, 1932; D 20104; Esther Grant 
Brown, St. Louis. 475. 

Schatz (Der) im Silbersee ; Teil 1-3, 
und schluss, erzaklung aus dem wil- 
den westen von Karl-May. Fiir den 
runclfunk als horspiel bearbeitet von 
Gunther Bibo. Berlin [1930] 4 v. 
12mo. © May 1, 1930 ; 1 c. Nov. 17 ; 
D 20452 ; Arcadia-veiiag, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 476. 

Scouting in the Land of Promise; a 
Biblical drama in 3 scenes, by G. 
Walter Fiske. Elgin, 111. [1932] 
13 p. illus. 12mo. © Sept. 25, 1932 ; 
2 c. Jan. 28 ; aff. Jan. 27 ; AA 114116 ; 
David C. Cook pub. co., Elgin. 111. 
477 

Scrap (A) of paper; a play in 1 act, 
by R. A. Wright. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933; D 20072; Robert A. Wright, 
Rye, N. Y. 478 

Sechzig millionen seelen. See Deutsche 
komodie. 

Second love; a play in 4 acts, by Lil- 
lian Collins and R. H. Weatherhead. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; D 20496 ; Rob- 
ert H. Weatherhead, and Lillian F. 
Collins, Cleveland. 479 

Second sight; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
R. Cloninger. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; 
D 20560; Margaret Ruth Cloninger. 
New York. 480 

Second wind ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Mary Ringgold. Act. 1, rewritten. 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933 ; D 20020 ; Mary 
Reinhart Ringgold, Shepherdstown. 
W. Va. 481 

Secret of the avalanche. See Myster- 
ies in Paris. 

Sensation; a play in 3 acts, by C. R. 
Kennedy, jr. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; 
D 20477; Charles R. Kennedy, jr., 
Hollywood, Calif. 4S2 



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Service ; a play in 3 acts [by] C. L. 
Anthony [pseud.] London, Victor 
Gollancz, ltd., 1932. 126 p. 12mo. 
© Nov. 21, 1932; 1 c. Dec. 27; D 
20009; D. G. Smith, London. 483 

She lost her poise ; a 1-act sketch, by 
Josephine Campbell. Franklin, O.. 
Denver, Col., 1932. 14 p. 12mo. 
© July 8, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; 
D 20280; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 484 

Slie split "em ; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. N. C. Fowler. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1933 ; D 20564 ; Albert N. C. Fowler, 
Glens Falls, N. Y. 485 

Sign (The) of four; pt. 6, being an 
authorized adaptation of a Sherlock 
Holmes story for radio broadcast, by 
Edith Meiser. (Sherlock Holmes 
series, no. 76) © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; 
D 20490; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 486 

Signor Bracoli; piece en 4 actes et 6 
tableaux [par] Jacques Deval 
[pseud, of J. Boularan] d'apres le 
roman tie m me Agatha Christie, 
adapte par m. Michael Morton. 
[Paris, 1932] 38, [2] p. illus. 4to. 
(["La Petite illustration, no. 604]) 
© Dec. 10, 1932 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933 ; 
D 20453 ; Jacques Boularan, Paris. 
487 

Sinner it or saint it ; a play in 3 acts, 
by V. Rodda. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; 
D 19966; Violet Rodda. Hollywood, 
Calif. 488 

Sisterhood poisoning; Episodes 1-3, a 
radio serial, by Montague Glass. © 
1 c. Dec. 30, 1932; D 20523; Saul 
Flaum, New York. 489 

Sis little plays of early Quaker life; 
by Edith Lombard Squires. Frank- 
lin, O., Denver, Col., 1932. 58 p. 
12mo. © Sept. 3, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1933; D 20288; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O. 490 

Skippy; continuity nos. 253-282, a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by Blackett- 
Sample-Hummert, inc. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 5, 1933 ; D 20111-20140 ; Skippy, 
inc., McLean, Va. 491-520 

Slab (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by W. W. 

Davis. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; D 20073 ; 

William W. Davis, Tonkawa, Okl. 

521 

Smiling (The) death; a play in 4 acts, 
by F. F. Williams and H. Mitchell. 
© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1932; D 20110; 



Frances Fenwick Williams and Hut- 
ton Mitchell, London. 522 

So and so; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Hirst. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; D 
20447; Minette Hirst. New York. 

523 

So Russian ! a play in 3 acts, by 
Sylvia Thorne and M. Gleason. © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; D 20479; Marion 
Gleason, and Sylvia M. Tborne, 
Rochester, N. Y. 524 

Sombrero (II) de tres picos. See 
Three cornered hat. 

Some God's children ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by S. Greenhill. © 1 c. Jan. 
14, 1933; D 20232; Sara Greenhill, 
New York. 525 

Sometime — never ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. R. Elser and Frances Paine 
Park. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933; D 
20518; Helen Richter Elser, New 
York. 526 

Song of Alain; a play in 2 acts, by 
M. Rawlings. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933 ; 
D 20352; Mary Rawlings, Char- 
lottesville, Va. 527 

South in Sonora ; an operetta in 3 
acts, book by Charles and Juanita 
Roos, music by Charles Wakefield 
Cadman. Boston, New York, Oliver 
Ditson company, inc., Chicago. Lyon 
& Healy, inc. ; London, Winthrop 
Rogers, ltd. [1932] 3 p. 1., 121 p. 
4to. © Dec. 27, 1932 ; 2 c. Dec. 30 ; 
D 28376; Oliver Ditson co., inc., 
Boston. 528 

Special agent five; a series or radio 
sketches, official story by George F. 
Zimmer, dramatization by Finis 
Fair and Gregory Williamson. Epi- 
sode 11. The drug smuggler, pts. 
1, 2. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933 ; D 20027 ; 
Lord & Thomas, New York. 529 

Episode 11. The paid killer, 

pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933; D 

20058; Lord & Thomas. Now York. 

530 

Episode 13. The Cherryvale 

bank robbery, pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. Jan. 
18. 1933 ; D 20353 ; Lord & Thomas. 
New York. 531 

Episode 14. The Barton 

brothers, pts. 1. 2. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1933 ; D 20511 ; Lord & Thomas, New 
York. 532 

Spell (The) Sec Three modem plays 
and a mime. 



22 



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no. 1, 1933 



579 



.Spring house cleaning ; a little comedy 
in 2 scenes, by Charles George. 
Franklin, O.. Denver, Col., 1932. 
26 p. 12mo. © July 13, 1932 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933 ; D 20297 ; Eldridge en- 
tertainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 
533 

Starved ; a modern play in 3 acts, by 
A. Miled [pseud, of C. A. de Lima] 
© 1 c. Nov. 23, 1932; D 20015; 
Charles A. de Lima, Sainville (Eure 
et Loir) France. 534 

•Story (The) of Omar Khayyam; Epi- 
sodes 9-13, a series of radio sketches, 
by Harry A. Earnshaw and Vera M. 
Oldham. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; D 
19976 ; Earnshaw-Young, inc., Los 
Angeles. 535 

Strange orchestra ; a play in 3 acts 
[by] Rodney Ackland. London, Vic- 
tor Gollancz, ltd.. 1932. 112 p. 
12mo. © Nov. 21, 1932; 1 c. Dec. 
27 ; D 20010 ; Rodney Ackland, Lon- 
don. 536 

Stranger (The) ; a radio sketch, by 
G. M. Gray. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933 ; 
D 20371 ; Guy Manning Gray, Green- 
field, Mass. 537 

Stranger (A) in Detroit; a play in 3 
acts with a prologue, by R. Walsh. 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933 ; D 20156 ; Rob- 
ert Walsh, Erie, Pa. 538 

Stumbling in dreams ; a folk comedy of 
Tin pan alley, by George Brown. © 
1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; D 203S3 ; Carolina 
playmakers, inc., Chapel Hill, N.C. 

539 

Summer complaint ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Lockie Ingle and Alice Nichols. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; D 20234 ; Alice 
Cecelia Nichols, New York, and 
Lockie Holt Ingle. Bloomfield, N.J. 

540 

Sunday supplement ; or, Romance in 
rotogravure, a comedy in 1 act, by 
Ethel Van Der Veer. New York, 
London, Los Angeles [1932] 3 p. L, 
34 p. 12mo. © Dec. 7, 1932; 2 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; D 19952; Samuel 
French, New York. 541 

Sunny days farm ; a comedy, by J. 
Wilbur Fitzpatrick. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1932. 94 p. 12mo. © 
Sept. 1, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933; 
D 20287; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 542 

:Sunset (The) hour ; Sketch no. 1, The 
voice in the old village choir, a musi- 



cal dramalogue for radio, by W. F. 
Swanker. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1933 ; D 20535 ; Walter F. Swanker, 
Schenectady, N. Y. 543 

Suzanna the elder; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. Longstreth. Rev. © 1 c. 
Jan. 6, 1933; D 20052; Edward 
Longstreth, New York. 544 

Svapnavasavadatta of Bhasa ; or, 
Dream of Vasavadatta, a drama in 
6 acts, translated by A. G. Shirreff, 
and Panna Lall, adapted by H. F. 
Flanagan. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1932; 
D 20395 ; HaUie F. Flanagan, Lester 
E. Lang, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Har- 
riet Meyer, New York. 545 

Sweet dreams in the arms of Morph- 
eus. See Nightmares. 

Swift and sure ; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by A. Sununu. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1933; D 20354; Alexander Sununu, 
Washington. 546 

Tarzan of the apes ; a series of radio 
sketches, by Edgar Rice Borroughs. 
Episodes nos. 71-90. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 12, 1933 ; D 20186-20205 : Edgar 
Rice Borroughs. inc., Tarzana, Calif. 
547-566 

Episode nos. 91-100. © 1 c. 

each Jan. 24, 1933; D 20457-20466; 
Edgar Rice Borroughs, inc., Tarzana. 
Calif. 567-576 

Teakwood (The) chair; a 1-act com- 
edy, by Mary Adele Curtis. Frank- 
lin, O., Denver, Col., 1932. 33 p. 
12mo. © July 22, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 
16, 1933; D 20267; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

577 

That's life. See Life is a laugh. 

There are 87 million ; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. Gitlin. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; 
D 20562; Murray Gitlin, Highland 
Park, 111. 578 

Thou, Philadelphia: by Eleanore May 
Price. A pageant play given at the 
commemoration of the 250th anni- 
versary of the first arrival of Wil- 
liam Penn in America in 16S2, illus- 
trated by F. Townsend Morgan, D. 
Owen Stephens. Philadelphia [1932] 
55 p. front., plates. 8vo. Con- 
tains music. © Dec. 6, 1932; 2 c. 
Dec. 23; D 20142; Eleanore May 
Price, Moylan, Pa. 579 



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580 



pt. i, n. s., v. 6 



Three (The) cornered hat; a musical 
play in 2 acts, by Howard Dietz 
(Based on II Sombrero de tres picos, 
by Pedro A. de Alarcon) Music by 
Arthur Schwartz. Text. © 1 c. 
Jan. 18, 1933; D 20369; Howard 
Dietz, New York. 580 

Three fill-in stunts; by Edna May 
Ewert and Camilla Manson. Frank- 
lin, O., Denver, Col., 1932. 19 p. 
12mo. Contents. — Columbus redis- 
covers America. — A lot of Hooey 
about nothing. — The sweetest story 
ever told. © Aug. 29, 1932; 2 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933; D 20254; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 581 

Three (The) Hennessys ; Episodes 
1-10, a play, by B. K. Kuhlman. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; D 19969; Betty 
Kemp Kuhlman, Milwaukee. 582 

Three modern plays and a mime ; 
edited by John Hampden. London and 
Edinburgh [1932] v, 7-86 p., 11. 
16mo. ( [The Nelson playbooks, no. 
204] ) Dramatic contents. — Old 
Moore's almanac [by] John Pear- 
main. — The Dickens of Gray's Inn 
[by] H. F. Rubinstein.— The spell 
[by] Mary Kelly. — Pandora's box 
[by] Rosalind Vallance. © 1 c. 
Dec. 28, 1932; A ad int. 17378; pubd. 
Nov. 20; Thomas Nelson & sons, 
ltd., Edinburgh. 582* 

Three sheet; a tragedy in 4 acts, by T. 
Thayer. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; D 
20093; Tiffany Thayer, Hollywood, 
Calif. 583 

Through the looking glass. See Alice 
in Wonderland. 

Thy templed hills ; a play in 3 acts, by 
S. S. Adamson [pseud, of S. Siegel] 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; D 20556; 
Samuel Siegel, Brooklyn. 584 

Tightwad's return ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
with prologue, by Macklvm Hartyl. 
© 1 c. Jan. 14. 1933; D 20301; 
Thomas E. H. Black, Detroit. 585 

Tiny (The) masqueraders ; by Sadia 
Rose Weilerstein, music by Rev. 
Abraham Jassen, dances arranged 
by Tobie Rose Ravin. A playlet for 
the little folk in rhyme, song, dance 
and pantomime. New York. 1933. 
cover-title, 10, [21 p. 12mo. Con. 
tains music. © Jan. 12. 1933; 2 c. 
Jan. 14; D 20219; Bloch pub. co., 
inc., New York. 586 



To find oneself ; a play in 3 acts trans- 
lated by B. Cutti from the Italian 
Trovarsi by Luigi Pirandello. © 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; D 20326; Berta 
Cutti, New York. 587 

To put her away privily ; synopsis and 
5 scenes, by D. V. Bennett. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1933; D 20537; David 
Vernooy Bennett, New York. 588 

Tomorrow ; a 1-act play, by D. B. 
Colton. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933: D 
19970; Dorothy Bay Colton, San 
Jose, Calif. 589 

Tonopah (The) sickness. See Death 
Valley days. 

Too true to be good; a collection of 
stage sermons, by Bernard Shaw. 
Revised proof — unpublished. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1933; D 20565; Bernard 
Shaw, London. 590 

Travelling (The) salesmen : Episode 
1. a comedy radio serial, by J D. 
Blaufox. © 1 c. Jan. 18. 1933: D 
20365; Jos. David Blaufox. New 
York. 591 

Traviata. See Violetta. 

Treasure Island : radio script version, 
by M. F. Mears. © 1 c. Jan. 30. 
1933 : D 20567 : Mary Frances Mears. 
Oak Park. 111. 592 

Trial (A) in Judea ; an Easter play 
in 1 act, by J. W. Young. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933; D 20065: John Wray 
Young, Hutchinson, Kan. 593 

Trial (The) of Anne Hutchinson. Sec 
Great moments in history. 



Trovarsi. 



To find oneself. 



True love ; a comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by B. R. Rachmel. © 1 c. Jan. 10. 
1933: D 20305: Bernard Ralph Rach- 
mel, New York. r»'.i4 

Turnpikes in Arcady. See Bride (The) 
of quietness. 

Twilight twinkles: pt. 1. by J. M. Yan- 
dever. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933: D 
20528: Jessie M. Vandever, Washing- 
ton. 595 

Two funny shadow plays and Two be- 
hind-the-curtain dialogs ; by Gail 
White [pseud, of Gertrude I. 
Thomas] Franklin, O.. Denver. Col., 
1932. 14 p. 12mo. © Aug. 25, 1982 : 
2 c. Jan. 16. 1933; D 20258; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc.. Franklin. 
O. 596 



24 



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no. 1, 1933 



616 



Two short plays for little folks; Red 
Riding Hood's reward, by Lillian 
Shackelton Dunham. The good 
ghost, by Gertrude H. Walton. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1932. 13 
p. 12mo. © Sept. 1, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 
16, 1933; D 20264; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

597 

Two years before the mast; a radio 
play, by R. D. Ross, suggested by 
Richard Henry Dana's book of the 
same name. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933 ; 
D 20497 ; Robert D. Ross, Columbus, 
O. 598 

Unawares; a comedy in 2 acts, by J. 
H. Bancroft. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933; 
D 20389; Jessie Hubbell Bancroft, 
New York. 599 

Und wenn er sagt komm ! so muss man 
kommen. See Deutsche komodie. 

Unto death — and beyond ; a drama in 
3 acts, by William S. Herman. © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; D 20066 ; William 
Herman, Passaic, N. J. 600 

Unveiling of monument. See Myster- 
ies in Paris. 

Unwilling (The) Judas; a play in 3 
acts, by C. W. Berkus. © 1 c. Jan. 
9, 1933; D 20079; Clara Widess 
Berkus, Pasadena. 601 

Upon this rock; a 4-act play, by Vin- 
cent Moran [pseud, of J. C. Moffitt] 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; D 19968 ; John 
Charles Moffitt, Kansas City, Mo. 

602 

Vacation time; a play for the last 
week in June, by S. C. Wolfcheck. 
© 1 c. Sept. 15, 1932; D 20169; 
Sylvia C. Wolfcheck. New York. 

603 

Valentines; a playlet for St. Valen- 
tines day, by S. C. Wolfcheck. © 
1 c. Sept. 15, 1932; D 20160; Sylvia 
C. Wolfcheck, New York. 604 

Victims ; an original play in prologue 
and 3 acts, by Neil Twomey [pseud. 
of C. J. Twomey] © 1 c. Dec. 12, 
1932; D 20108; Cornelius J. Two- 
mey, Dorchester, Mass. 605 

Violetta ; a musical love story, by H. 
Patten. Music taken from the opera 
of Traviata. Text. New version. 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; D 20402; 
Helene Patten, New York. 606 

Voice in the old village choir. See 
Sunset hour. 



Voice (The) in the wilderness ; radio, 
stage, or screen play, by L. Grattan. 
© 1 c. Dec. 8, 1932 ; D 20012 ; Law- 
rence Grattan, New York. 607 

Vom fluch der liebe. See Deutsche 
komodie. 

Voo-doo ; a play in 3 acts, by C. V. 
Sutton. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; D 
20559; Cantey Venable Sutton, 
Raleigh, N. C. 608 

Walzemiarchen (Ein) ; ein harmloses 
spiel aus einer besseren zeit in 1 
akt. Text und musik von Walter 
Walldorf. [Vienna, 1932] 31 p. 
16mo. Text. © Sept. 15, 1932; 1 
c. Nov. 9; D 20143; Walter Wall- 
dorf, Vienna. 609 

Wandering (The) minstrel; Episode 
1, a radio serial, by J. D. Blaufox. 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933 ; D 20366 ; Jos. 
David Blaufox, New York. 610 

Wanted : A quiet old-fashioned Christ- 
mas; by Helen Lathrop Nelson. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1932. 17 
p. 12mo. © Aug. 29, 1932; 2 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933; D 20266. Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Frank- 
lin, O. 611 

Washington at Valley Forge; a play- 
let for Washington's birthday, by 
S. C. Wolfcheck. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 
1932 ; D 20159 ; Sylvia C. Wolfcheck, 
New York. 612 

What is love ; an oriental drama in 4 
acts, by Michel D. Kadri. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; D 19973; Effie D. 
Kadri, Brooklyn. 613 

What price beauty; a play in 4 acts, 
by N. W. Grant. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 
1933 ; D 20026 ; Nellie Ward Grant, 
Everett, Mass. 614 

What's the use? in 2 acts, by R. 
Johnas and R. Makay. Text, © 1 
c. Nov. 22, 1932; Music, © 1 e. 
Nov. 22, Dec. 23; D 28366; Robert 
Johnas and Ray Makay, Bridgeport, 
Conn. 615 

What the Christmas fire told; by Zoe 
Octavia Welch and Carolyn R. Free- 
man. Denver, Col., Franklin, O. 
[1932] 12 p. 4to. © Sept. 13, 
1932; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933; D 28369; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 616 



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617 



pt. I, 11. S., V. 



Wlieatenaville ; nos. 61-80, a radio 
serial, by Raymond Knight. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 13, 1933; D 20215-20218; 
Wheatena corp., Railway. N. J., and 
Raymond Knight, New York. 

617-620 

When beer comes back ! a satirical 
play, by G. Clarke and E. Gauvreau. 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; D 20152; 
George Clarke and Emile Gauvreau, 
New York. 621 

When Jean's wish came true ; a play 
in 3 acts, by N. W. Grant. © 1 c. 
Jan. 6, 1933 ; D 20025 ; Nellie Ward 
Grant, Everett, Mass. 62*2 

When ladies meet ; a comedy [in 3 
acts] by Rachel Crothers. New 
York. Los Angeles, Samuel French ; 
London, Samuel French, ltd., 1932. 
4 p. 1., 3-147 p. 12mo. © Dec. 24, 
1932; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1933; D 19958; 
Rachel Crothers, New York. 623 

Where's grandma? a 3-act comedy, by 
Priscilla Wayne [pseud, of Besse 
Toulouse Sprague] and Wayne 
Sprague. Franklin, O., Denver. Col., 
1932. 102 p. illus., diagr. 12mo. 
© Sept. 29, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; 
D 20293; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 624 

Whirls of fun ; comedy playlet in 1 
act, by Jack Dalton. © 1 c. Jan 4, 
1933; D 20000; Jack Dottore Dal- 
ton, North Bloomfield, O. 625 

Whispering Betty. See You can't kid 
me. 

White magic ; a melodrama in 3 acts, 
by M. Carroll. © 1 e. Jan. 31, 1933 ; 
D 20573; Michael Carroll, New 
York. 626 

Who's crazy now? a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Gerald Bell. New York, Los 
Angeles, London, 1932. 63, [1] p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Dec. 7, 1932; 2 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; D 19949; Samuel 
French, New York. 627 

Who's Sylvia; musical comedy in 3 
acts, by G. M. M. Jackson. Text. 
© 1 c. Jan 11, 1933; D 20150; Gai 
Marie Mohle Jackson, Westport, 
Conn. 628 

Whom the Lord loveth ; a play, by 
M. Fulton. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; 
D 20446 ; Maude Fulton, Hollywood, 
Calif. 629 

Wild decembers; a play in 3 acts, by 
Clemence Dane [pseud, of W. Ash- 
ton] London, William Heinemann, 
ltd., 1932. 5 p. 1., 97 p. 12mo. © 



Nov. 21, 1932; 1 c. Nov. 29; D 
20438; Winifred Ashton, Huuthay, 
near Axminster, Devon, England. 

630 

Wind in the south ; an American 
comedy in 3 acts, by Edward Staadt, 
with an introduction by William Al- 
len White. Minneapolis. Minn., 1933. 
124 p. illus., plate. 12mo. © Jan. 
4,. 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 7 ; D 20085 ; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 631 

Wise men know ; or. You can't be 
serious, a rather light comedy in 3 
acts, by M. Smith. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1933 ; D 20000 ; Matthew Smith, New 
York. 632 

Wish (The) shop. See Four new 
plays for women and girls. 

Witches and witchcraft-Salem. Massa- 
chusetts. Sec Great moments in his- 
tory. 

Witch's (The) tale; Episodes 72-75, 
77-80, a series of radio sketches, by 
A. D. Cole. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933; 
D 20082; Alonzo Deen Cole, New 
York. 633 

With the help of the moon ; by J. 
Zimmerman Edwards. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1932. 10 p. 12mo. © 
July 12, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; D 
20281 ; Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc., Franklin, O. 634 

Women in business; a 3-act play, by 
E. A. Klepper. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; 
D 20067; Esther Amelica Klepper, 
New York. 635 

Wood-carver (The) of Krakovia ; an 
operetta in 2 acts for junior high 
schools, story by A. C. Rutt, music 
by K. M. Tenner. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1933 ; D 28377 ; Anna Catherine Rutt, 
and Katherine M. Tenner, St. Joseph, 
Mo. 636 

World of make believe ; a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by M. Linder. © 
1 c. Dec. 29, 1932; D 20013; Mark 
Linder, New York. 637 

Worshipper (The) ; a satire in 3 acts, 
by F. L. Wheeler. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1933; D 19967; Frances Loring 
Wheeler, De Witt, la. 638 

Yankee (A) technocrat; a comedy in 
1 act, by Blanch Townsend. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1933; D 20300; Mary 
Blanche Townsend, Pasadena. 639 



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no. 1, 1933 



644 



Yes — but on the other hand — no; a 
comedy in 3 acts, by W. H. String- 
field. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; D 20542 ; 
William Hampton Stringfield, Phil- 
adelphia. 640 



You can't be serious, 
know. 



See Wise men 



You can't kid me and Whispering 
Betty ; two readings, by Kathryn 
Waynel [pseud, of Minnie Earle] 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1932. 9 
p. 12mo. © Aug. 30, 1932; 2 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933; D 20257; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 641 



You're telling me ! a mirthful mix-up 
in 3 acts, by Wilbur Braun. New 
York, Los Angeles, London, 1932. 
100, [1] p. diagr. 12mo. © Nov. 
25, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; D 19950 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 642 

Young husband ; a play in 1 act, by O. 
Divine. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933; D 
20515 ; Charles Divine, New York. 

643 

Zwei frauen. See Deutsche komodie. 

2000 pair of shoes ; a play in 3 parts 

and 9 scenes, by N. Xenakes. © 1 

c. Jan. 5, 1933; D 20019; Nick 

Xenakes, New York. 644 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalogue 
since Jan. 1, 1933 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 509 unpublished) 593 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages 37 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 5 unpublished) 14 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages 

Total 644 



27 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 
1909 [644 



At the mercy of Tiberius; by W. J. 
Reside. © William Jules Reside, 
Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, as 
the author. R 22759, Dec. 7, 1932. 

1 

Charley's country cousin ; a comedy in 
4 acts, by K. M. Rice. © Katharine 
McDowell Rice, Worthington, Mass., 
as the author. R 22969, Jan. 6, 
1933. 2 

Climbers (The) ; a play in 4 acts, by 
Clyde Fitch. © Richard W. Fitch, 
Stamford, Conn., as the next of kin 
of the author, who is not living. R 
2265S, Dec. 27, 1932. 3 

Comedy (The) of errors (Shakes- 
peare's) ; edited with notes, by Wil- 
liam J. Rolfe. © John C. Rolfe, 
Philadelphia, as the child of the 
deceased author. R 22893, Jan. 3, 
1933. 4 

Forty -five minutes from Boardway; in 
3 acts, by G. M. Cohan. © George 
M. Cohan. New York, as the author. 
R 22697, Dec. 13, 1932. 5 

George Washington, jr. ; a musical 
comedy in 3 acts, by G. M. Cohan. 
© George M. Cohan, New York, as 
the author. R 22698, Dec. 13, 1932. 

6 

Helpless (A) couple; by M. J. Wil- 
liams. © M. J. Williams, Grange- 
over-Sands, England, as the author. 
R 22953, Dec. 23, 1932. 7 

Henry the Fifth ( Shakespeare's 
King) ; edited with notes and intro- 
duction, by G. C. D. Odell. © 
George C. D. Odell, New York, as 
the author of the notes and intro- 
duction. R 22705, Dec. 13, 1932. 8 

King John (Shakespeare's history of 
the life and death of) ; edited with 
notes, by William J. Rolfe. © John 
C. Rolfe, Philadelphia, as the child 
of the deceased author. R 22900. 
Jan. 3, 1933. 9 

Mayor of Tokio ; a farcical Japanese 
opera in 2 acts, book by Richard C. 
Carle, music by William Frederick 



Peters. © Richard Carle, Holly- 
wood, Calif., as the author of the 
words. R 22558, Dec. 22, 1932. 10 

Moliere's Le Tartuffe ; edited with in- 
troduction and notes, by C. H. C. 
Wright. © C. H. C. Wright, Cam- 
bridge, Mass., as the author of the 
editing, introduction and notes. R 
22762, Jan. 12, 1933. 11 

Much ado about nothing (Shakes- 
peare's) ; edited with notes, by Wil- 
liam J. Rolfe. © John C. Rolfe, 
Philadelphia, as the child of the de- 
ceased author. R 22895, Jan. 3. 1933. 

12 

Nazarene (The) ; the beautiful Chris- 
tian play in 3 acts, by H. Reid [i. e. 
James Halleck Reid] and Bertha 
Belle Westbrook. © Bertha West- 
brook, Reid, Highlands, N. J., as the 
widow of the author and the co- 
author. R 22695, Dec. 15, 1932. 13 

Passing (The) of the third floor back ; 
a comedy, by Jerome K. Jerome. © 
Georgina Elizabeth Henrietta Stan- 
ley Jerome, Hampstead, England, as 
the widow of the author. R 22763, 
Dec. 16, 1932. 14 

i Quien es ella ; comedia en 5 actos, 
por Manuel Breton de los Herreros, 
with introduction, notes and vocabu- 
lary, by Samuel Garner. © Emily 
Frances Garner, Annapolis, as the 
widow of the author of the introduc- 
tion, notes and vocabulary. R 
22897, Jan. 3, 1933. 15 

Richard the Second (Shakespeare's 
tragedy of King) ; edited with notes, 
by William J. Rolfe. © John C. 
Rolfe, Philadelphia, as the child of 
the deceased author. R 22896. Jan. 
3, 1933. 16 

Tomorrow-land. See 2905. 

Twelfth night (Shakspere's) ; or 
What you will, edited with notes 
and an introduction, by John B. 
Henneman. © Marion H. Henne- 
man, Dillwyn, Va., as the widow of 
the author of the notes and intro- 
duction. R 22973, Jan. 9, 1933. 17 



28 



RENEWALS 



no. 1, 1933 



19 



What you will. See Twelfth night 
(Shakspere's) 

Winter's (The) tale (Shakespeare's 
comedy of) ; edited with notes, by 
William J. Rolfe. © John C. Rolfe. 
Philadelphia, as the child of the de- 
ceased author. R 22894, Jan. 3. 1933. 

18 



2905; or, Tomorrow-land; a musical 
fantasy in 2 acts, book and lyrics by 
John Kendrick Bangs, music by 
Manuel "Klein. [Words only] © 
Mary Gray Bangs, Atlantic City, 
N. J., as the widow of the author. 
R 22926, Jan. 11, 1933. 19 



29 



CLASSES L AND M 
MOTION PICTURES 



Across America in ten minutes. See 
Hodge-podge. 

Air hostess ; screen play by Keene 
Thompson and Milton Raison, direct- 
ed by Albert Rogell. 7 reels. © 
Jan. 4, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 4 ; descrip- 
tion Jan. 6; L 3536; Columbia pic- 
tures Corp., New York. 645 

Ambuscade. See Clancy of the 
Mounted. 

Among dancing nations ; written and 
spoken by John P. Medbury. (Wal- 
ter Futter travelaugh ) Reel. © Dec. 
29, 1932; 2 c. Dec. 29; description 
Jan. 5. 1933; M 3729; WAFilms, 
inc., New York. 646 

Animal (The) fair. See Hodge-podge. 

Behind jury doors ; story by Frank E. 
Fenton, adaptation by John Thomas 
Neville, directed by Breezy Eason. 
7 reels. © Jan. 3, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 3 ; 
description Jan. 7; L 3541; Mayfair 
pictures Corp., New York. 647 

Betty Boop's crazy inventions ; ani- 
mated by "William Bowsky and Ugo 
D'Orsi, directed by Dave Fleischer. 
Reel. © Jan. 26, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 
27; description Jan. 30; M 3792; 
Paramount publix Corp., New York. 
648 

Betty Boop's ker-choo; directed by 
Dave Fleischer. Reel. © Jan. 14, 
1933; 2 c. Jan. 14; description Jan. 
16 ; M 3750 ; Paramount publix corp., 
New York. 649 

Betty Boop's museum; directed by 
Dave Fleischer. Reel. © Dec. 22, 
1932; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1933; description 
Jan. 4; M 3726; Paramount publix 
Corp., New York. 650 

Between fighting men ; story and con- 
tinuity by Betty Burbridge and For- 
rest Sheldon, directed by Forrest 
Sheldon. 6 reels. © Oct. 16, 1932; 
2 c. and description Jan. 17, 1933; 
L 3569; World wide pictures, inc., 
New York. 651 

Big (The) flash; story by Robert Ver- 
non and Frank Griffin, directed by 



Arvid E. Gillstrom. 2 reels. © Nov. 
6, 1932 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 23, 
1933; L 3590; Educational film ex- 
changes, inc., New York. 652 

Billion (The) dollar scandal; original 
story and screen play by Gene 
Towne and Graham Baker, dialogue 
by Willard Mack and Beatrice Ban- 
yard, directed by Harry Joe Brown. 
8 reels. © Jan. 10, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 
10; description Jan. 11; L 3552; 
Paramount productions, inc., New 
York. 653 

Blue of the night; directed by Leslie 

Pearce. 2 reels. © Jan. 5, 1933; 

2 c. and description Jan. 5 ; L 3535 ; 

Paramount publix corp., New York. 

654 

Bring 'em back a wife ; directed by 
Del Lord. 2 reels. © Jan. 9, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 9 ; L 3548 ; 
Metro - Goldwyn - Mayer distributing 
Corp., New York. 655 

Brother against brother. See Clancy 
of the Mounted. 

Building a building. (No. U. A. 8 of 
Mickey Mouse) Reel. © Dec. 16, 
1932; 2 c. and description Jan. 30, 
1933; M 3793; Walt Disney produc- 
tions, ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 656 

Child of Manhattan; from the stage 
play of the same name by Preston 
Sturges, screen play by Gertrude 
Purcell, directed by Edward Buzzell. 
7 reels. © Jan. 25, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 
25 ; description Jan. 26 ; L 3602 ; Co- 
lumbia pictures Corp., New York. 
657 

Clancy of the mounted; suggested by 
Robert W. Service's poem, screen 
play by Ella O'Neill, Basil Dickey 
and Harry Hoyt, directed by Ray 
Taylor. 2 reels each. © Universal 
pictures corp., New York. 658-660 

Chapter 1. Toll of the rapids. © 
Jan. 19, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 23; de- 
scription Jan. 21 ; L 3594. 

Chapter 2, Brother against brother. 
© Jan. 24. 1933 ; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Jan. 25 ; L 3596. 



30 



MOTION" PICTUEES 



no. 1, 1933 



678 



Clancy of the mounted — Continued. 
Chapter 3, Ambuscade. © Jan. 24, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description Jau. 25 ; 
L 3597. 

College gigolos ; story by E. Lambert 
and H. Sauber, directed by Lester 
Neilson. 2 reels. Jan. 9, 1933; 
2 c. Jan. 9; description Jan. 26; 
L 3603 ; Columbia pictures Corp., 
New York. 661 

College spirit; by Frank Moser and 

Paul Terry. Reel. © Oct. 16, 1932 ; 

2 c. and description Jan. 26, 1933; 

M 3783 ; Moser & Terry, New York. 

662 

Come on, Tarzan ; story and continuity 
by and directed by Alan James. 6 
reels. © Sept. 11. 1932; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 17, 1933: L 3568; 
World wide pictures, inc., New York. 
663 

Crooked (The) circle; screen play by 
Ralph Spense, additional dialogue 
by Tim Whelan, directed by H. 
Bruce Humberstone. 7 reels. © 
Sept. 25, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; de- 
scription Dec. 20, 1932 ; L 3549 ; Wil- 
liam Sistrom, Hollywood, Calif. 

664 

Cultivation (The) and sterilization of 
the fly larva and its use in the Baer 
treatment of chronic osteomyelitis ; 
by R. H. McClellan and J. R. Eisen- 
man. © title, description and 2 
prints reed. Oct. 29, 1932; M 3766; 
John C. Oliver memorial research 
foundation, Pittsburgh. 665 

Dangerous occupations ; no. 1438, 
edited by Bert Frank. Reel. © Jan. 
16, 1933; 2 c. and description Jan. 
16; M 3751; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 666 

Devil's playground; written by Joe 
Cunningham. 5 reels. © Jan. 6, 
1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 3 ; description Jan. 9 ; 
L 3550; George Vanderbilt produc- 
tions corp., New York. 667 

Diamond trail ; story and adaptation 
by Sherman Lowe, directed by Harry 
Fraser. 6 reels. © Jan. 19, 1933; 
2 c. and description Jan. 27; L 
3604 ; Monogram pictures corp., New 
York. 668 

Dinah; animated by David Tendler 
and William Henning, directed by 
Dave Fleischer. Reel. © Jan. 12, 
1933; 2 c. Jan. 12; description Jan. 
13 ; M 3747 ; Paramount publix corp., 
New York. 669 



Don't play bridge with your wife; di- 
rected by Leslie Pearce. 2 reels. © 
Jan. 12, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 12 ; descrip- 
tion Jan. 13 ; L 3556 ; Paramount 
publix corp., New York. 670 

Drei (Die) von der tankstelle; by 
Universum film, a.g., directed by 
Wilhelm Thiele. 10 reels. © Sept. 
15, 1931 ; 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; descrip- 
tion Jan. 20; L 3583; UFA films, 
inc., New York. 671 

Duck hunters' paradise ; narrator Paul 
Gerard Smith, directed by Harold 
Austin. (An Oddity) Reel. © 
Jan. 18, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 18; M 3759; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer distributing corp., New York. 
672 

Dynamite ranch ; story and continuity 
by Barry Barringer, directed by 
Forrest Sheldon. 6 reels. © July 
31, 1932 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 
17, 1933; L 3570; World wide pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 673 

Employees entrance; based on a play 
by David Boehm, screen play by 
Robert Presnell, directed by Roy Del 
Ruth. 8 reels. © Jan. 30, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 30; L 3607; 
First national pictures, inc., New 
York. 674 

Face (The) in the sky; story by Myles 
Connolly, screen play by Humphrey 
Pearson, directed by Harry Lach- 
man. 8 reels. © Jan. 12, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 18; L 3571; 
Fox film corp., New York. 675 

Fallen arches ; directed by Gus Meins. 
(A Charley Chase comedy) 2 reels. 
© Jan. 23, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 23; L 3591; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer distributing corp., New York. 
676 

Farewell (A) to arms; from the novel 
by Ernest Hemingway, screen play 
by Benjamin Glazer and Oliver H. 
P. Garrett, directed by Frank Bor- 
zage. 10 reels. © Jan. 5, 1933; 
2 c. and description Jan. 5; L 3532; 
Paramount productions, inc., New 
York. 677 

Fargo express ; story and continuity by 
Earle Snell, directed by Alan James. 
6 reels. © Nov. 29, 1932; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 17, 1933; L 3567; 
World wide pictures, inc.. New York. 
678 

Fatal (The) race. See Lost (The) 
special. 



31 



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679 



pt. r, n. s., v. 



Fish feathers ; story by Harry Sweet 
and Hugh Cummings, directed by 
Harry Sweet. 2 reels. © Dec. 16, 
1932: 2 c. and description Jan. 5, 
1933; L 3530; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 679 

Fish hooky; directed by Robert Mc- 
Gowan. 2 reels. © Jan. 16, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 16 ; L 3561 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer distributing 
Corp., New York. 680 

Five o'clock final ; by Ralph L. Lee, 
story by Hal Christensen, directed 
by John Freese. © title, descrip- 
tion and 3 prints reed. Jan. 9. 1933 ; 
M 3742 ; Chevrolet motor co., Detroit. 
681 

Flaming (The) forest. See Lost 
(The) special. 

Frisco Jenny ; based on a story by 
Gerald Beaumont, Lillie Hayward 
and John Francis Larkin, screen 
play by Wilson Mizner and Robert 
Lord, directed by "William A. Well- 
man. 8 reels. © Jan. 11, 1933; 
2 c. and description Jan. 13 ; L 3555 : 
First national pictures, inc., New 
York. 682 

Funny face (Flip the frog cartoon) 
Reel. © Jan. 30, 1933 ; 2 c and de- 
scription Jan. 30; M 3790; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer distributing Corp., 
New York. 683 

Giddy (The) age; story and dialogue 
by John A. Waldron, Earle Rodney, 
Harry McCoy and Felix Adler, di- 
rected by Babe Stafford. 2 reels. 
© Sept. 25, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16. 1933 ; 
description Jan. 17; L 3562; Edu- 
cational film exchanges, inc., New 
York. 684 

Great (A) big bunch of you; no. 5492. 
Reel. © Jan. 9, 1933; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 9 ; M 3738 ; Vitaphone 
Corp., New York. 685 

Grosse (Der) tenor; by Universum 
film, a. g., a comedy by Hans Miil- 
ler and Robert Liebmann, directed 
by Hanns Schwarz, 10 reels. © Oct. 
22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933; de- 
scription Jan. 20; L 3586; UFA 
films, inc., New York. 686 

Half (The) naked truth; from an 
original story by Ben Markson and 
H. N. Swanson, screen play by 
Gregory La Cava and Corey Ford, 
directed by Gregory La Cava. 8 
reels. © Dec. 10, 1932; 2 c. and 



description Jan. 4. 1933; L 3527; 

RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

687 

Hawaiian fantasy. Reel. © Jan. 19, 
1933: 2 c. Jan. 19; description Jan. 
20; M 3768; Paramount publix 
corp., New York. 688 

Hell-fire Austin: continuity by Betty 
Burbridge, story and direction by 
Forrest Sheldon. 7 reels. © June 
26, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1933: de- 
scription Jan. 17 : L 3593 ; Quad- 
ruple film corp., ltd., New York. 

689 

Hey! hey! westerner; no. 1419-1420, 
story by Jack Henley and Glen Lam- 
bert, directed by Roy Mack. 2 reels. 
© Jan. 16, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Jan. 19; L 3578; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 690 

Hodge-podge. 1 reel each. © Lyman 
H. Howe films co.. inc., Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa. 691, 692 

No. 103, Across America in ten min- 
utes. © Jan. 6, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 
6; description Jan. 9; M 3741. 
No. 104, The Animal fair. © Jan. 
15, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 16; descrip- 
tion Jan. 18; M 3757. 

Hollywood on parade ; no. 6. Reel. 
© Jan. 12, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 12 ; de- 
scription Jan. 13 : M 3746 ; Para- 
mount publix corp.. New York. 

693 

Honeymoon Beach ; story by Ernest 
Pagano, and Jack Townley, direct- 
ed by Harry J. Edwards. 2 reels. 
© Oct. 23, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 16. 1933 ; 
description Jan. 17 ; L 3563 ; Christie 
film co., Los Angeles. 694 

Hook and ladder : no. 1, by Frank 
Moser and Paul Terry. Reel. © 
Oct. 30, 1932; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 19, 1933; M 3764; Moser & 
Terry, New York. 695 

Horse sense. Reel. © Dec. 30, 1932; 
2 c. Jan. 4, 1933; description Jan. 
9; M 3740; Columbia pictures 
corp., New York. 696 

Hot competition ; no. 1479, directed 

by Roy Mack. Reel. © Jan. 9, 

1933; 2 c. and description Jan. 9; 

L. 3544; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

697 

Hot pepper; story by Dudley Nichols, 
scenario by Barry Conners and 
Philip Klein, directed by John 
Blystone. 8 reels. © Jan. 4, 1933; 



32 



MOTION PICTUEES 



no. 1, 1933 



714 



2 c. and description Jan. 14; L 
3558; Fox film Corp., New York. 

698 

House (The) of mystery! See Lost 
(The) special. 

Human (The) fish ; directed by Clyde 
Bruckman. (Mack Sennett comedy) 
2 reels. © Jan. 3, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 
3 ; description Jan. 4 ; L 3529 ; Para- 
mount publix corp., New York. 699 

Hunting trouble; story by George 
Stevens and James W. Home, di- 
rected by James W. Home. 2 reels. 
© Jan. 17, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 17; de- 
scription Jan. 18 ; L 3573 ; Universal 
pictures corp., New York. 700 

Hypnotized ; screen play by Mack Sen- 
nett and Arthur Ripley, adaptation 
and dialogue by John A. Waldron, 
Earle Rodney and Harry McCoy, di- 
rected by Mack Sennett. 7 reels. 
© Dec. 25, 1932; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Jan. 17, 1933 ; L 3565 ; M. H. S. 
productions, inc., Studio City, Calif. 
701 

I wish I had wings ; drawings by Rol- 
lin Hamilton and Paul Smith. (No. 
2 of Merrie melodies) Reel. © 
Jan. 16, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 16; M 3754; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 702 

Iceland, land of the Vikings. (Fitz- 
Patrick traveltalk) Reel. © Jan. 

3, 1933; 2 c. and description Jan. 
3; M 3725; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
distributing corp., New York. 703 

Im geheimdienst ; by Universum film, 
a. g., scenario by Walter Reisch, 
directed by Gustav Ucicky. 11 reels. 
© Aug. 20, 1931; 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933; 
description Jan. 20; L 3585; UFA 
films, inc., New York. 704 

Into the depths. See Lost (The) 
special. 

Intruder (The) ; directed by Albert 
Ray. 7 reels. © Jan. 4, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 4; description Jan. 5; L 3531; 
Allied pictures corp., Culver City, 
Calif. 705 

Jaws (The) of death. See Lost (The) 
special. 

Jitters the butler; story by Ben 
Holmes and Thomas L. Lennon, 
adaptation and dialogue by Bobby 
Clark and Mark Sandrich, directed 
by Mark Sandrich. 2 reels. © Dec. 
30, 1932; 2 c. and description Jan. 

4, 1933; L 3528; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 706 



Just (The) judge. 



Self-defense. 



Kid (The) from Spain; written for 
the screen by William Anthony Mc- 
Guire, Bert Kalmar and Harry 
Ruby, directed by Leo McCarey. 11 
reels.© Jan. 1, 1933; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 4; L 3526; Samuel 
Goldwyn, New York. 707 

King of snakes; by G. H. Parry, 
dialogue by Robert Brown. Reel. 
© Nov. 24, 1932; 2 c. Dec. 28, de- 
scription Jan. 19, 1933; M 3765; 
Century productions, inc., New York. 
708 

Kleine (Der) seitensprung ; by Univer- 
sum film, a. g., scenario by Reinhold 
Schunzel and Emmerich Pressburger, 
directed by Reinhold Schunzel. 9 
reels. © Aug. 10, 1932; 1 c. Jan. 
17, 1933; description Jan. 20; L 
3580 ; UFA films, inc., New York. 

709 

Klondike ; story, adaptation and dia- 
logue by Tristram Tupper, directed 
by Phil Rosen. 7 reels. © Sept. 

25, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1933 ; descrip- 
tion Oct. 31, 1932; L 3554; Mono- 
gram pictures corp., New York. 710 

Last (The) mile; from the play by 
John Wexley, screen play by Seton 
I. Miller, directed by Sam Bischoff. 
9 reels. © Aug. 21, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 

26, 1933; description Jan. 17; L 
3600; World wide pictures, inc., 
New York. 711 

Laughter in hell ; from a story by Jim 
Tully, screen play by Tom Reed, 
directed by Edward L. Cahn. 7 
reels. © Jan. 5, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 3; 
description Jan. 6; L 3539; Univer- 
sal pictures corp., New York. 712 

Lawyer man ; based on the novel Law- 
yer man by Max Trell, screen play 
by Rian James and James Seymour, 
directed by William Dieterle. 8 
reels. © Dec. 28, 1932; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 4, 1933; L 3525; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 713 

Lizzie Strata ; supervision and dia- 
logue by Albert DeMond. Reel. © 
Jan. 6, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 7; L 3543; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 714 

Lost (The) special; story by Sir 
Arthur Conan Doyle, screen play by 
Ella O'Neill, George Plympton, Basil 
Dickey and George Morgan, directed 
by Henry MacRae. 2 reels each. 



33 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



715 



pt. i, n. s., v. 6 



Lost (The) special — Continued. 

© Universal pictures corp., New 

York. 715-720 

Chapter 6, The House of mystery 
© Dec. 21, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1933 
description Dec. 22, 1932 ; L 3520 

Chapter 7, The Tank room terror 
© Dec. 28, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1933 
description Dec. 30, 1932 ; L 3521 

Chapter 8, The Fatal race. © Jan 
5, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 5; description 
Jan. 6; L 3538. 

Chapter 9, Into the depths. © Jan. 
9, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 10 ; description 
Jan. 11 ; L 3553. 

Chapter 10, The Jaws of death. © 
Jan. 17, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 17; de- 
scription Jan. 18; L 3574. 

Chapter 11, The Flaming forest. © 
Jan. 24, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 25 ; L 3598. 

Madame Butterfly; from the story by 
John Luther Long and the play by 
David Belasco, screen play by Jose- 
phine Lovett and Joseph Moncure 
March, directed by Marion Gering. 
10 reels. © Jan. 5, 1933 ; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 5; L 3534; Para- 
mount productions, inc., New York. 
721 

Malaysia ; by "Van Beuren corp. 
(Vagabond adventure series) Reel. 
© Nov. 25, 1932; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Jan. 14, 1933; M 3749; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 722 

Man (The) called back; adapted from 
the book Silent thunder by Andrew 
Soutar, screen play by Robert 
Presnell, directed by Robert Florey. 
8 reels. © July 17, 1932; 2 c. Jan. 
23, 1933; description Jan. 17; L 
3592 ; World wide pictures, inc.. 
New York. 723 

Man of action; story by William Colt 
MacDonald, screen play by Robert 
Quigley, directed by George Melford. 
6 reels. © Jan. 16, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 
16; description Jan. 18; L 3572; 
Columbia pictures Corp., New York. 
724 

Married or single ; story by Jack Kirk- 
land and Paul Gangelin, directed by 
Monte Brice. 2 reels. © Jan. 13, 
1933; 2 c. Jan. 17; description Jan. 
14 ; L 3564 ; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 725 

Meine f rau die hochstaplerin ; by Uni- 
versum film, a. g., manuscript by 
Ernest Wolf, Dr. Friederich Zecken- 



dorf and Philipp Lothar Mayring, 
directed by Kurt Gerron. 9 reels. 
© Aug. 15, 1932 ; 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; 
description Jan. 20; L 3581; UFA 
films, inc., New York. 726 

Men of America ; from a story by 
Humphrey Pearson and Henry Me- 
Carty, screen play by Samuel Ornitz 
and Jack Jungmeyer, directed by 
Ralph Ince. 7 reels. © Dec. 9, 
1932; 2 c. and description Jan. 16, 
1933: L 3560; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 727 

Mickey's good deed. (No. U. A. 7 of 
Mickey Mouse) Reel. © Dec. 5, 
1932; 2 c. and description Jan. 30, 
1933 ; M 3794 ; Walt Disney produc- 
tions, ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 728 

Molecular theory of matter (An in- 
troduction) ; by Dr. Herman I. 
Schlesinger and Dr. Harvey B. 
Lemon. Reel. © Oct. 26, 1932 ; 2 c. 
and description Nov. 26; M 3661; 
University of Chicago, Chicago. 

729 

Monkey's (The) paw; from the story 
of William Wymark Jacobs and the 
play by Louis N. Parker, screen play 
bv Graham John, directed by Wesley 
Ruggles. 6 reels. © Dec. 28, 1932 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 18, 1933; 
L 3575 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 730 

Motorcycle mania; explanatory re- 
marks by Pete Smith, directed by 
Jack Cummings. (A Sports cham- 
pion picture) Reel. © Jan. 18, 
1933; 2 c. and description Jan. 18; 
M 3760; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer dis- 
tributing corp-, New York. 731 

Mysterious (The) Rider; story by 
Zane Grey, screen play by Harvey 
Gates and Robert N. Lee. directed 
by Fred Allen. 6 reels. © Jan. 19, 
1933; 2 c. Jan. 19; description Jan. 
20; L 3587; Paramount productions, 
inc.. New York. 732 

Nagana ; story by Lester Cohen, screen 
play by Dale Van Every and Don 
Rvan. directed by Ernst L. Frank. 
8 reels. © Jan. 20. 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 
20; description Jan. 21: L 3589; 
Universal pictures corp., Now York. 
733 

No man of her own ; from a story by 
Edmund Goulding and Benjamin 
Glazer, screen play by Maurine Wat- 
kins and Milton H. Gropper, directed 
by Wesley Ruggles. 9 reels. © Jan. 



34 



MOTION PICTURES 



no. 1, 1933 



767 



5, 1933; 2 c. and description Jan. 
5 ; L 3533 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 734 

Now we'll tell one; directed by James 
Parrott. (A Charley Chase com- 
edy) 2 reels. © Jan, 18, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 18; L 3576; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer distributing 
corp., New York. 735 

Obey the law ; story by Harry Sauber, 
screen play by Arthur Caesar, di- 
rected by Benjamin Stoloff. 7 reels, 
© Jan. 5, 1933; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1932 
description Jan. 6, 1933; L 3537 
Columbia pictures corp., New York. 
736 

Oskenonton, the Mohawk brave. © 
title, description and 6 prints reed. 
Jan. 3, 1933; L 3524; Robert 
0[rville] Simpson, Cincinnati. 737 

Over the jumps; directed by Jack 
Eaton. (No. 6 of Sports-eye-view) 
Reel. © Jan. 5, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 5; M 3728; Para- 
mount publix corp., New York. 738 

Oxidation and reduction ; by Dr. Her- 
mann I. Schlesinger and Dr. Harvey 
B. Lemon. Reel. © Oct. 26, 1932; 
2 c. and description Nov. 26; M 
3660; University of Chicago, Chi- 
cago. 739 

Parachute jumper ; based on an origi- 
nal story by Rian James, screen play 
by John Francis Larkin, directed 
by Alfred E. Green. 8 reels. © 
Jan. 14, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 14; L 3557; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 740 

Paramount pictorial. 1 reel each. © 

Paramount publix corp., New York. 

741, 742 

No. 6. © Jan. 3, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 3 ; 
description Jan. 4; M 3727. 

No. 7. © Jan. 26, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 
27; description Jan. 30; M 3791. 

Paramount sound news. 1 reel each. 

743-752 

No. 35-40. © Dec. 3, 7, 10, 14, 17, 
21, 1932 ; 2 c. and description each 
Jan. 25, 1933 ; M 3773-3778 ; Para- 
mount publix corp., New York. 

No. 41-44. © Dec. 24, 28, 31, 1932, 
Jan. 4, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
each Jan. 25 ; M 3779-3782 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., New York. 



Pathe news. 1 reel each. © Pathe 
news, inc., New York. 753-761 

No. 35, 37. © Nov. 26, Dec. 3, 1932 ; 

2 c. and description each Jan. 5, 

1933; M 3730, 3731. 
No. 39. © Dec. 10, 1932; 2 c and 

description Jan. 14, 1933; M 3748. 
No. 40. © Dec. 14, 1932; 2 c and 

description Jan. 10, 1933 ; M 3745. 
No. 41. © Dec. 17, 1932; 2 c. and 

description Jan. 18, 1933 ; M 3758. 
No. 42. © Dec. 21, 1932; 2 c. and 

description Jan. 17, 1933 ; M 3755. 
No. 43. © Dec. 24, 1932; 2 c. and 

description Jan. 25, 1933 ; M 3772. 
No. 44. © Dec. 28, 1932; 2 c and 

description Jan. 24, 1933 ; M 3771. 
No. 46. © Jan. 4, 1933; 2 c. and 

description Jan. 31 ; M 3795. 

Pathe review ; no. 3. edited by Thomas 

Chalmers. Reel. © Dec. 28, 1932; 

2 c. and description Jan. 10, 1933; 

M 3744 ; Pathe news, inc., New York. 

762 

Piano tooners; by Van Beuren corp., 
by John Foster and Geo. Rufle. 
(Tom and Jerry cartoon) Reel. © 
Nov. 11, 1932; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 10, 1933; M 3743; RKO-radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 763 

Plumber (The) ; animated by and di- 
rected by Walter Lantz and William 
Nolan. (Oswald cartoon) Reel. © 
Jan. 20, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 28 ; descrip- 
tion Jan. 21 ; M 3789 ; Universal pic- 
tures corp., New York. 764 

Poor little rich boy ; no. 1480-81, story 
by Burnet Hershey and J. P. Mur- 
ray, directed by Joseph Henabery. 
2 reels. © Jan. 9, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 9; L 3545; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 765 

Queen (The) was in the parlor. See 
Tonight is ours. 

Ride him Bosko ; drawings by Isadore 
Freleng and Norm Blackburn. (No. 
1 of Looney tune) Reel. © Jan. 
16, 1933 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 
16 ; M 3752 ; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 766 

Riders of Terror trail. See Terror 
trail. 

Rock-a-bye cowboy ; story by James W. 
Home and George Stevens, direct- 
ed by George Stevens. 2 reels. © 
Jan. 6, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 4 ; description 
Jan. 7; L 3542; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 767 



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768 



pt. i, n. s., v. 



Ronny; by Universum film, a.g., di- 
rected by Reinhold Schiinzel. 10 
reels. © Dec. 15. 1932 ; 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1933; description Jan. 20; L 3584; 
UFA films, inc., New York. 768 

Screen souvenirs ; no. 7. Reel. © 
Jan. 19, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 19 ; descrip- 
tion Jan. 20; M 3767; Paramount 
publix corp., New York. 769 

Second hand wife; from the novel by 
Kathleen Norris, screen play by and 
directed by Hamilton MacFadden. 
7 reels. © Dec. 24, 1932; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 7, 1933; L 3540; 
Fox film corp., New York. 770 

Self-defense; from The Just judge by 
Peter B. Kyne, screen play and dia- 
logue by Tristram Tupper, directed 
by Phil Rosen. 7 reels. © Jan. 
30, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 30; description 
Jan. 31 ; L 3612 ; Monogram pic- 
tures corp., New York. 771 

Shadow (The) laughs; written and 
directed by Arthur Hoerl. 8 reels. 
© Jan. 24, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 24; de- 
scription Jan. 30; L 3609; Trojan 
pictures, inc., New York. 772 

Sham Poo the magician; story by 
Harry Sweet and Hugh Cummings, 
directed by Harry Sweet. 2 reels. 
© Dec. 15, 1932; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Jan. 10, 1933 ; L 3551 ; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 

773 

She done him wrong ; by Mae West, 
screen play by Harvey Thew and 
John Bright, directed by Lowell 
Sherman. 7 reels. © Jan. 27, 1933 ; 
2 c. Jan. 27; description Jan. 30; L 
3611 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
New York. 774 

Silent thunder. See Man (The) called 
back. 

Singing (The) boxer; directed by Les- 
lie Pearee. 2 reels. © Jan. 26, 
1933; 2 c. Jan. 27; description Jan. 
30; L 3610; Paramount publix corp., 
New York. 775 

Sister to Judas ; story by Watkins E. 
Wright, adaptation and dialogue by 
John Thomas Neville, directed by E. 
Mason Hopper. 8 reels. © Jan. 20, 
1933; 2 c. Jan. 20; description Jan. 
24 ; L 3595 ; Mayfair pictures Corp., 
New York. 776 



Sneak easily; directed by Gus Meins. 
2 reels. © Jan. 9, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 9 : L 3546 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer distributing Corp.. 
New York. 777 

Sport thrills, 2 ; no. 1449, narrative by 
Ted Husing. Reel. © Jan. 9, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 9 ; M 3739 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 778 

State trooper; story by Lambert Hill- 
yer, screen play by Stuart Anthony, 
directed by D. Ross Lederman. 7 
reels. © Jan. 30. 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 30 ; 
description Jan. 31 ; L 3613 ; Colum- 
bia pictures corp.. New York. 779 

Strange (A) adventure; story by Ar- 
thur Hoerl, continuity by Lee Chad- 
wick, dialogue by Hampton Del 
Ruth, directed by Phil Whitman. 7 
reels. © Dec. 19, 1932; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 27, 1933; L 3605: 
Monogram pictures corp., New York. 
780 

Strange as it seems ; no. 26. by John 
Hix, produced by Nathan-Hahn-Fair- 
banks. Reel. © Jan. 25. 1933 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 26 ; description Jan. 27 ; L 3606 ; 
Universal pictures corp.. New York. 
781 



Stiirme der leidenschaft ; by Univer- 
sum film, a. g., directed by Robert 
Siedmak. 10 reels. © Dec. 10. 1932 ; 
1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; description Jan. 
20; L 3582; UFA films, inc.. New 
York. 782 

Tank (The) room terror. See Lost 
(The) special. 

Terror trail : based on Riders of Ter- 
ror trail by Grant Taylor, screen 
play by Jack Cunningham, directed 
by Armand Schaefer. 6 reels. © 
Jan. 24. 1933; 2 c. Jan. 24; descrip- 
tion Jan. 25; L 3599; Universal pic- 
tures corp., New York. 783 

They just had to get married ! : from 
a play by Cyril Harcourt, screen play 
by Gladys Lehman and H. M. 
Walker, directed by Edward Lud- 
wig. 7 reels. © Dec. 28, 1932 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 3. 1933; description Dec. 30, 
1932; L 3519; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 784 



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MOTION" PICTURES 



no. 1, 1933 



810 



Those we love ; from the play by S. K. 
Lauren and George Abbott, directed 
by Robert Florey. 8 reels. © Sept. 
11, 1932; 2 c. and description Jan. 
17, 1933; L 3566; World wide pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 785 

Three's a crowd; drawn by Rollin 
Hamilton and Larry Martin. Reel. 
© Jan. 17, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Jan. 17; M 3756; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 786 

Toll of the rapids. See Clancy of the 
Mounted. 

Tonight is ours ; adapted from The 
Queen was in the parlor by Noel 
Coward, screen play by Edwin Justus 
Mayer, directed by Stuart Walker. 
8 reels. © Jan. 13, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 
13; description Jan. 16; L 3559; 
Paramount productions, inc., New 
York. 787 

Total (The) eclipse of the sun, Aug. 
31, 1932. Reel. © Jan. 16, 1933; 
2 c. Dec. 23, 1932; description Dec. 
21 ; M 3770 ; Alfred Herz, Chicago, 

788 

Towed in a hole; directed by George 
Marshall. (A Laurel-Hardy com- 
edy) 2 reels. © Jan. 18, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 18; L 3577; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer distributing 
Corp., New York. 789 

Toyland ; by Frank Moser and Paul 
Terry. Reel. © Nov. 27, 1932 ; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 3, 1933 ; L 3523 ; 
Moser & Terry, New York. 790 

Twenty thousand years in Sing Sing; 
a screen adaptation of the book by 
Warden Lewis B. Lawes, screen play 
by Wilson Mizner and Brown 
Holmes, adaptation by Courtenay 
Terrett and Robert Lord, directed 
by Michael Curtiz. 9 reels. © Dec. 
23, 1932 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 3, 
1933; L 3522; First national pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 791 

Universal newspaper newsreel. 1 reel 
each. © Universal film exchanges, 
inc., New York. 792-804 

No. 91, 92. © Nov. 8, 11, 1932 ; 2 c. 
each Jan. 6, 1933; description 
each Dec. 23, 1932; M 3732, 3733. 

No. 93, 94. © Nov. 15, 18, 1932; 
2 c. each Jan. 4, 1933 ; description 
each Jan. 3; M 3734, 3735. 



No. 95, 96. © Nov. 22, 25, 1932; 
2 c. each Jan. 6, 1933 ; description 
each Jan. 5; M 3736, 3737. 

No. 97. © Nov. 29, 1932; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 19, 1933 ; M 3761. 

No. 98, 99. © Dec. 2, 6, 1932 ; 2 c. 
each Jan. 17, 1933; description 
each Jan. 14 ; M 3762, 3763. 

No. 100, 101. © Dec. 9, 13, 1932; 
2 c. each Jan. 26, 1933; descrip- 
tion each Jan. 21; M 3785, 3786. 

No. 102, 103. © Dec. 16, 20, 1932; 
2 c. Jan. 26, 1933; description 
each Jan. 25 ; M 3787, 3788. 

Uptown New York; from a story by 
Vina Delmar, screen play by War- 
ren B. Duff, directed by Victor 
Schertzinger. 8 reels. © Nov. 13, 
1932; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1933; description 
Jan. 17; L 3601; World wide pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 805 

Vampire (The) bat; screen story by 
Edward T. Lowe, directed by Frank 
Strayer. 7 reels. © Jan. 19, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 20 ; L 3579 ; 
Majestic pictures Corp., New York. 



Whistling in the dark ; screen play by 
Elliott Nugent based upon the play 
by Laurence Gross and Edward 
Childs Carpenter, directed by El- 
liott Nugent. 8 reels. © Jan. 30, 
1933; 2 c. and description Jan. 30; 
L 3608; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer dis- 
tributing Corp., New York. 807 

Wild people; story by Stanley Rauh 
and Henry Johnson, directed by Ray 
McCarey. 2 reels. © Jan. 9, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 9 ; L 3547 ; 
Metro - Goldwyn - Mayer distributing 
Corp., New York. 808 

Wolf (The) at the door; by Dick 
Heumor. (A Charles Mintz Scrappy 
cartoon) Reel. © Jan. 4, 1933; 2 c. 
Jan. 4 ; description Jan. 26 ; M 3784 ; 
Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 809 



Wrestler's (A) bride; directed by 
Babe Stafford in collaboration with 
Arthur Ripley. 2 reels. © Jan. 19, 
1933; 2 c. Jan. 19; description Jan. 
20 ; L 3588 ; Paramount publix corp., 
New York. 810 



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811 



You're too careless with your kisses; 
drawings by Rollin Hamilton and 
Larry Martin. (No. 1 of Merrie 
melodies) Reel. © Jan. 16. 1933; 
2 c. and description Jan. 16 ; M 3753 ; 
Vitaphone Corp., New York. 811 



pt. i, n. s., v. 6 



Xth Olympiad, Los Angeles, Calif., 
July 30-Aug. 14, 1932. 4 reels. © 
Dec. 1. 1932; 2 c and description 
Dec. 30; M 3769; Los Angeles ama- 
teur cine club, Los Angeles. 812 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in tbe catalogue since 
Jan. 1, 1933: 

Motion-picture photoplays 95 

Motion-pictures other than photoplays 73 

Total 168 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 

OF 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGBESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1933 

VOLUME 6 
No. 2 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1933 



THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Fart 1, 
Group 3, issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and 
Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made in 
Class " D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class " L," Motion-picture photoplays; and Class "M," 
Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies 
with an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " D," Class D, 
Dramatic compositions; "I," Class I, Motion-picture photoplays; and " M," 
Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. " © " implies copyright 
registration of a published work followed by date of publication; "©1 c." 
stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the 
Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and " 2 c." for two copies, 
followed by date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this 
issue immediately following the drama list. 

Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the 
claimants of copyright, their names are omitted from the imprint. 

The annual index contains the names of all copyright proprietors, the names 
of authors and titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion 
pictures. 

The act of March 4, 1909, provides that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries 
" shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated 
therein as regards any copyright registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalogue of Copyright Entries (re- 
ceived only for the calendar year) for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1933, 
payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by 
postal money order, express order, or New York draft. 

"Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices 
of the various parts of the Catalogue are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper _ $3. 00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps 3. 00 

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Part 2, Periodicals 2. 00 

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Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations 2. 00 

Single numbers (except Book leaflets) .50 

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All parts for complete calendar year 10. 00 



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The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
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returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
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Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
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by such claimant prior to December 31, 1933. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
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available for return. 

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(HI) 



CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Actor's blood. See Five star theatre. 

Aegyptos ; a tragedy, by D. Berry. © 
1 c. Feb. 18, 1933; D 21032; Daniel 
Berry, Los Angeles. 813 

Agnostic (Tbe) ; a 1-act play, by S. 
Leheni. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933; D 
20635 ; Selma Lehem, Baltimore. 

814 

Air mail; a play in 7 scenes, by Jo 
Milward and Gwilym Jones [pseud, 
of R. G. Jones] Revised. © 1 c. 
Dec. 8, 1932; D 20646; Russell G. 
Jones, Van Wert, Ohio. 815 

Aladdin idea ; a sketch, by A. L. Walk- 
er and E. A. Maloof. © 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1933; D 20961; Anne Louise 
Walker, Los Angeles, Emile A. 
Maloof, New York. 816 

Alimony-blues ; a play in 3 acts, by 

P. R. Bostic. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933 : 

D 20639; Paul R. Bostic, Brooklyn. 

817 

All at sea ; a farcical voyage in 3 acts, 
by Wilbur Braun. Mineapolis, 
Minn., 1933. 88 p. 12mo. © Feb. 
3, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 10; D 20861; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

818 

All that thou hast ; a fantasy in 1 act, 
by H. B. Gayfer. © 1 c. Jan. 27. 
1933; D 20761; Hammond B. Gay- 
fer, Mobile, Ala. 819 

All these years; a play in 3 acts, by 
B. Inge. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; D 
20607 ; Benson Inge, New York. 820 

Alone ; a motion picture play, by S. M. 
Goldin. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933; D 
20717; Sidney M. Goldin, Brighton 
Beach, N. Y. 821 

Aloysious Stubbs ; or, The perfect 
janitor, a sketch, by I. Forbes. © 
1 c. Feb. 2, 1933; D 20886; Ian 
Forbes, Conshohocken, Pa. 822 

Amazing adventure; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. Clapham. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933 ; 
D 21076: Emilia Clapham. Berkley, 
Calif. 823 



American (An) night's entertainment ; 
a play in 3 acts, by I. J. S. [i. e. 
I. J. Silverstone] © 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1933; D 20745; Isadore J. Silver- 
stone, Jackson Heights, N. Y. 824 

America's children; or, The story of 
Knute and Lars, Episodes 1—4, a 
series of radio sketches, by R. A. 
Johnstone. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; D 
20919 ; Robert Alvin Johnstone, Chi- 
cago. 825 

And God laughs on ; a drama in 3 acts, 

by E. Segal. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933'; 

D 20779; Edward Segal, Richmond. 

826 

And so to breakfast. See Pals-plus. 

And those who can't See Cornerstone. 

And tomorrow, a new day; a play in 
3 acts, by J. McMahill, jr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 28, 1933; D 21030; John Mc- 
Mahill, jr., New York. 827 

Androcles et le lion ; fable dramatique 
[en un prologue et 2 actes] par 
Bernard Shaw, traduit de A. et H. 
Hamon. (In Les OSuvres libres, no. 
133) © July 1, 1932; 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933; D 20314; Augustin Hamon 
and Henri Hamon, Blanc-en-Pevenan 
(Cotes du Nord) France. 828 

Anfisa ; a 4-act drama, by Leonid Ad- 
dreev, translation by N. Litkin and 
J. P. Haas. © 1 c. 18, 1933; D 
20370; Nicolai Litkin and Jessie 
Pearl Haas, Seattle. 829 

Ange (L) de la depression ; melodrama 
en 3 actes, par C. M. Poirier. 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933 ; D 21043 ; Cor- 
rine Marie Poirier, Winsooki, Vt. 



Angel (The) of the plains; a musical 
photo-play in 3 acts, by E. Schrader. 
Text. © 1 c. Feb. 4. 1933 ; D 20696; 
Emma Schrader, Chicago. 831 

Anonyme briefe; eine komodie ohne 
helden in 18 szenen, von Rudolph 
Leonhard. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933; D 
20625; Gustav Kiepenheuer buhnen- 
vertriebs g.m.b.h., Berlin. 832 



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833 



pt. i, n. s., v. 6 



Anything can happen ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by A. Van Antwerp. © 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1933; D 21015; Albert Van 
Antwerp, Manchester, Calif. 833 

Archeology. See Modern (The) Baron 
Munchausen. 

Are you listening? a comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. H. Booth. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1933 ; D 20S57 ; John Hunter Booth, 
West Roxbury, Mass. 834 

Around the corner ; a comedy in 3 acts 
and prologue, by I. C. Sharp. © 1 
c. Feb. 10, 1933; D 20778; Isabella 
Colburn Sharp, New York. 835 

Art White in China ; or, Foreign cor- 
respondent; Episodes 1-3, a radio 
play, by A. B. Stevens and Alfred 
Batson. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; D 
20661 ; Alden B. Stevens, New York. 
836 

Ashes to ashes ; a play in 3 acts, [with 
prologue and epilogue] by Walter W. 
Ruch. Lewisburg, 1933. 3 p. 1, 32 
numb. 1. fol. © Feb. 15, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 16; D 20864; Walter Watson 
Ruch, Lewisburg, Pa. 837 

At life's cross roads; a masque of 
early May, by J. B. Carrington. © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; D 20641 ; John B. 
Carrington, San Antonio. 838 

At Madame Delgay's ; in 3 acts, book 
by Henry Hammer, music by Jer- 
ome Ruger [i. e. W. J. Ruger] © 
1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; D 28391; Wil- 
liam Jerome Ruger, Highland Park, 
HI. 839 

At the crossroads ; a play in 3 acts, by 
K. L. Beach and M. Gould. © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1933; D 21037; Katharine 
L. Beach, Montelair, N. J., and Mar- 
garet Gould, S. Orange, N. J. 840 

Atlantikflug; schauspiel in 4 akten, 
von Nordahl Grieg, deutsche nach- 
dichtung von Karl Lerbs. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1933 ; D 21052 ; Drei masken 
verlag, a. g., Berlin. 841 

Avril ; comedie en 3 actes, de G. Berr. 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933; D 21056; 
Georges Berr, Paris. 842 

Baby Gussie; no. 1, 2, a radio serial, 
by E. Longstreth. © 1 c. each Feb. 
16, 1933: D 20867, 20868; Edward 
Longstreth, New York. 843, 844 

Baby parade: a play in 3 acts, by D. 
Novick. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; D 
21021; Diane Novick, New York. 

845 



Bachelor (A) at heart; a play in 3 
acts, by E. R. Baum. © 1 c. Feb. 
3, 1933; D 20659; Edgar Raymond 
Baum, Helena, Mont. 846 

Back dividend ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
D. Morrison. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933 ; 
D 20996; David Morrison, Upper 
Darby, Pa. 847 

Batoche; comedie inedite en 3 actes, 
by Roger Ferdinand. (In Les 
CEuvres libres, no. 137) © Nov. 1, 
1932; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; D 20310; 
Roger Ferdinand, Paris. 848 

Beggar and beast; a play in 4 acts, 
by August Bishop [pseud, of A. 
Leveque] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933; D 
20792 ; August Leveque, Fairhaven, 
Mass. 849 

Belle-au-bois (La) ; piece en 3 actes de 

J. Supervielle. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; 

D 20628; Jules Supervielle, Paris. 

850 

Belle (La) de nuit ; piece inedite en 
3 actes de Pierre Wolff. (In Les 
CEuvres libres, no. 135) © Sept. 1, 
1932; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; D 20312; 
Pierre Wolff, Paris. 851 

Beloved heroine ; a talking picture 
play in 5 acts, by B. C. Robson and 
J. J. Fortin. Contains music. © 
1 c. Feb. 17, 1933 ; D 20S84 ; Bruce 
Cornock Robson and Jean Julien 
Fortin, Kingston, Canada. 852 

Bend over, Jones! a college farce in 
3 acts, by H. S. Kakin. © 1 c. Feb. 
2, 1933 ; D 20637 ; Harold S. Kahm, 
Minneapolis. 853 

Bermuda, the isle of honeymoons; a 
photoplay with dialogue, by John J. 
Mac Intyre. New York. The Baker 
press, 1933. 8 p. 8vo. © Jan. 30, 
1933; 2 c. Jan. 31: D 21082: John 
J. Mac Intyre. Port Richmond. S. I.. 
N. Y. 854 

Best (The) known works of W. S. 
Gilbert ; with the authors illustra- 
tions. New York [1932] 232 p. 
front (facsim.) illus. 8vo. Con- 
tents.— H. M. S. Pinafore; or. The 
lass that loved a sailor. — The pi- 
rates of Penzance; or, The slave of 
duty. — The Mikado; or, the town of 
Titipu.— The Bab ballads. © Sept. 
20, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; aff. Jan. 
19 ; A 58972 ; Illustrated editions co.. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement of text, illustrations 
and selection of plays and Bab bal- 
lads, by Willis L. Parker.] 854* 



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874 



Best (The) one-act plays of 1932; se- 
lected by J. W. Marriott. London, 
Bombay & Sydney [1933] 275 p. 
12mo. Contents. — Experiment, by 
Mary Pakington. — The Romany 
road, by Harold Brighouse. — Sym- 
phony in illusion, by James Wallace 
Bell. — The home of vision, by Con 
stance Holme. — On Dartmoor, by 
Neil Grant. — The moon, by Dora M 
Broome. — They refuse to be resur 
rected, by N. K. Smith. — Tarakin 
by Francis Mark. — Wireless can't lie : 
by Olive Conway. — The stocking, by 
Christie Gilbert. — Ali the cobbler, by 

- Martin Shepherd. — The second visit, 
by John Bourne. © Feb. 17, 1933; 
1 c. Feb. 17; D 20S82 ; George G. 
Harrap & co., ltd., London. 855 

Betty's dream of Mother Goose; a 
play, by M. B. Wells. © 1 c. Feb. 
6, 1933; D 20716; Marjory Burton 
Wells, Nashville, Tenn. 856 

Between the gorillas hoofs ; a play in 
4 acts, by S. A. Vass [pseud, of 
Sergius A. Vassiliev] A new ver- 
sion of Polar lights — Gorillas in 
America. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; D 
20962; Tamara and Sergius A. Vas- 
siliev, New York. 857 

Billie, behave! a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Robert J. Sherman. New York 
[1933] 83 p. 12mo. © Feb. 23, 
1933; 2 c. Feb. 24; D 20986; Fitz- 
gerald pub. corp., New York. 858 

Biography; a comedy [in 3 acts] by 
S. N. Behrman. New York, Farrar 
& Rinehart, incorporated [1933] 6 
p. 1., [3]— 241 p. 12mo. © Feb. 6, 
1933; 2 c. Feb. 9; D 20830; S. N. 
Behrman, New York. 859 

Blackboard, the pirate ; Episodes no. 
3-6, a series of radio skits, by W. C. 
Ormond. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1932; D 
20845 ; Wilbur Cunninggim Ormond, 
Raleigh, N. C. 860 

Blind man's bluff. See Milligan and 
Mulligan. 

Blind (The) monster; a play in 1 act, 
by G. H. Hazzard. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1933; D 21066; George Hercules 
Hazzard, San Diego, Calif. 861 

Boat (The) at ten; a comedy in 1 act, 
by D. F. Stoner. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1933; D 20847; Don Franklyn 
Stoner, Pasadena. 862 

Bolero; a drama in 3 acts, by G. V. 
Boucher. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; 
D 20916; Graziella Virginie Bou- 
cher, Portland, Or. 863 



Bonaparte and the lady; a comedy in 
2 acts, by M. LaPrade. © 1 c. Feb. 
28, 1933; D 21065; Malcolm La- 
Prade, New York. 864 

Bottle (A) of rum; a 1-act play, by 
Grace Barton Allen [i. e. G. B. A. 
Cook] © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1933; D 
20854; Grace Barton Allen Cook, 
Cranford, N. J. 865 

Break (The) ; a radio sketch, by I. 
Forbes. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933; D 
20739; Ian Forbes, Conshohocken, 
Pa. 866 

Break-water ; a play in 1 act, by J. N. 
Wells. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; D 
20724; J. Norman Wells, Philadel- 
phia. 867 

Bridge club of the air; Broadcasting 
program no. 1, a series of radio 
sketches, by M. Starbird and R. 
Scurlock. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; D 
20725 ; Maurice Starbird and Robert 
Scurlock, Point Loma, Calif. 868 

Bridge (The) of magpies; a Chinese 
legend in 5 episodes, by C. Meng. 
(In The Record of the Girls' friendly 
society of the United States of 
America, Jan., 1933, v. 41, no. 1) 
© Jan. 5, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 20; D 
20788 ; Chih Meng, New York. 869 

Bring us back alive! a scenario, by 
Sam Perrin and Melvin Stanley 
Cahn. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; D 
20921 ; Jos. K. Watson, New York. 

870 

Broadway zoo; a play in 3 acts, by 

M. Fahey. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933; 

D 20777; Michael Fahey, Brooklyn. 

871 

By that sin; a play in 3 acts, by E. 
Woodburn. © 1 e. Feb. 9, 1933; 
D 20746; Eve Woodburn, Bingham- 
ton, N. Y. 872 

Call me mother; a sketch, by Richard 

Jerome. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; D 

20881 ; Jerome Bernstein, New York. 

873 

Capello a tre punte. See Farsa 
amorosa. 

Careless Slim and Careful Min; a 
dramatic composition, by R. Pauley. 
[All new subject matter] © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933 ; D 20793 ; Roy Pauley, 
Schenectady, N. Y. 874 

Carlo Rocco ; spiel in 3 akten von 
Laurence Clarke und Max Giers- 
berg. Autorisierte iibertragung aus 
dem englischen [von Rosa Schie- 



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Carlo Rocco — Continued. 

deck] © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933; D 

20620; Chronos-verlag, g. m. b. h., 

Berlin. 875 

Carved ivory; a play in 1 act, by 
Pauline Bradley Perrigard. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1933; D 20955; Pauline 
Ayer Bradley Perrigard, West- 
mount, Quebec, Canada. 876 

Case (The) of Richard Heyst ; comedy 
in 3 acts, by Bruno Winawer, 
translated from the Polish by S. 
Schachter. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933; 
D 21044; Simon Schachter and 
Leonid Snegoff, Hollywood, Calif. 

877 

Cecilia Valdes ; comedia lirica en 1 
acto, divido en un prologo, 8 cuadros, 
un epilogo y una apoteosis inspirada 
en la novela de Cirilo Villaverde. 
Libro original de Agustin Rodriguez 
y Jose Sanchez-Arcilla, con musica 
del maestro Roig. 1. ed. Habana, 
Teatro Marti, 1932. 44 p. illus. 
8vo. Text. © Nov. 15, 1932; 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; D 20790; Agustin 
Rodriguez y Jose Sanchez-Arcilla, 
Habana, Cuba. 878 

Charlie Chan. See Five (The) star 
theatre. 

Cherokee Rose. See Georgia Indian 
legends. 

Chevalier (Le) d'Eon. See For rea- 
sons of state. 

Chinese (The) parrot. See Five 
(The) Star theater. 

Chips of happiness ; a play, by Maria 
Sweet. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933; D 
20794; Maria V. Sweet, San Rafael, 
Calif. 879 

Chorus hymeneal ; a modern tragedy 
in 10 scenes, by G. Krinn. © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1933; D 20878; George 
Krinn, New York. 880 

Christ risen ; book of the mystery, by 
Margaret M. French. Milwaukee, 
Wis. [1933] 31 p. 8vo. © Feb. 
1, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; D 20731 ; More- 
house pub. co., Milwaukee. 881 

Christophe; a play in 9 scenes, by B. 
Townly and B. Southard. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1933 ; D 20727 ; Barry Townly 
and Bennett Southard, New York. 

882 

Christopher Columbus; by S. Geneen. 
Modern version. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1933 ; D 20930 ; Sascha Geneen, New 
York. 883 



Cigar (The) salesman; a play by Joe 
De Rita [i. e. J. De Rita] © 1 c. 
Feb. 9, 1933; D 21034; Joseph De 
Rita, New York. 884 

Cinderella ; [a play] in 3 acts [by 
W. Pente. Park Ridge, 111.. 1932] 
cover-title, [5] p. 16mo. © Nov. 
15, 1932 ; 2 c. Dec. 16 ; D 20704 ; Wil- 
liam Pente, Park Ridge, 111. 885 

Circumstantial evidence; a radio 
drama in 3 acts, by Michael Doran 
[pseud, of] E. Clapham. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1933; D 20982; Emilia 
Clampman, Berkeley, Calif. 886 

Clarin (El) ; causa criminal en 1 acto, 
dividido en prologo, 12 episodios y 
un entrecuadro, original de Agustin 
Rodriguez y Jos6 Sanchez-Arcilla. 
Musica del maestro Gonzalo Roig. 
1. ed. Habana [Teatro Marti] 1932. 
4 p. 1., 11-62 p. illus. 8vo. Text. 
© Dec. 20, 1932 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; D 
20789; Agustin Rodriguez y Jos6 
Sanchez-Arcilla. Habana, Cuba. 

887 

Climax (The) ; a 3-act drama, by P. 
Arnold. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; D 
20693; Percy Arnold, Merrick. L. I., 
N. Y. 888 

Climbers (The) ; by Clyde Fitch, radio 
dramatization bv Yernon Radcliffe. 
© 1 c. Feb. 21. 1933 ; D 20927 ; Actors 
fund of America, inc., New York. 



Cohens and Kelleys of the air ; a radio 
sketch, by H. Timberg. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1933 ; D 20952 ; Herman Timberg, 
New York. 890 

Come what may; a play in 3 acts, 
translated by R. Langner, from the 
French play Monsieur Brotonneau, 
by Robert de Flers and G. A. de 
Caillavet, adapted by L. Langner. 
© 1 c. Feb. 16. 1933 ; D 20872 ; Ruth 
Langner and Lawrence Langner, 
New York. 891 

Command or commandment ; a play in 
3 acts, by Elihu W. Morer [pseud, 
of E. Ginsburg] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1933; D 20960; Elias Ginsburg, 
Brooklyn. 892 

Comme les autres ; piece en 3 actes, 
par Simone Tery. Paris, Les Ca- 
hiers de Bravo, no. 31, 1932. 50 p. 
8vo. © Oct. 1, 1932; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1933 ; D 20617 ; Simone Tery, Paris. 



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914 



Commencement; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Leake. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; D 
20669; Russell Leake, San Fran- 
cisco. 894 

Compensation ; in 3 acts, by Mary M. 
Sheldon. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; D 
20729; Marie M. Bercovici, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 895 

Conflict; a play in 3 acts, by G. Hal- 
prin and L. Buelow. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1933 ; D 20765 ; George Halprin and 
Leola Buelow, New York. 896 

Conquest : a play in 3 acts, by A. 

Hopkins. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; D 

20657; Arthur Hopkins, New York. 

897 

Cornerstone ; a play in 3 acts being the 
first play of a trilogy entitled And 
those who can't, by D. Barr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1933; D 20730; David Barr, 
New York. 898 

Criminals (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Ferdinand Bruckner, translated 
from the German by A. M. Sukenni- 
koff. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1932 ; D 20791 ; 
Alexander M. Sukennikoff, Long 
Island City, N. Y. 899 

Cross (The) of thorns; a drama in 5 
acts, by W. M. Boylan. A revision, 
prose form. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933; 
D 20837; William M. Boylan, Car- 
thage, Mo. 900 

Damon's wife ; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. R. Clark. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933 ; 
D 20893; Alan R. Clark, Brookline, 
Mass. 901 

Daniel B. Gooseberry, Constable of 
Bumpsville; a play, by O. McCool 
and H. Foster. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933; D 20971; Oliver McCool and 
Harold Foster, New York. 902 

Darkest America (Way down South) ; 
a musical comedy in 2 acts, by Billy 
King [i. e. W. H. King] Text. © 
1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; D 20694; Wil- 
liam H. King, Chicago. 903 

Day (A) in New York. See Five 
(The) star theater. 

Dear little you. See Five (The) star 
theatre. 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Jan. 26, 1933. Music hath charms. 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933; D 20750; Pa- 
cific coast borax co., New York. 

904 



Feb. 2, 1933. The rival 

hashhouses. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933 ; D 
21069 ; Pacific ' coast borax co., New 
York. 905 

Deep sea diving. See Modern (The) 
Baron Munchausen. 

Delirium; a play in 3 acts, by J. L. 
Hochman. © 1 c. Feb. 10', 1933; 
D 20781; Joseph L. Hochman, New 
York. 906 

Depression ; a sketch, by. Violet V. 
Vincent [i. e. V. V. Newcomb] © 
1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; D 21024; Violet 
V. Newcomb, Birmingham, Mich. 

907 

Devil in the house; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. Sheehan and M. Wright. © 
1 c. Feb. 8, 1933; D 20775; Mur- 
ray Sheehan and Margaret Wright, 
Cherrydale, Va. 908 

Devoted husband ; or, Just a play, in 
3 acts, by Joyce Lawrence [pseud, 
of F. Kaiser] © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933 ; 
D 21041; Frieda Kaiser, New York. 



Divine drudge; a play in 3 acts, by 
V. Baum and J. Golden. © 1 c. 
Feb. 11, 1933; D 20802; John Gold- 
en, Bayside, L. I., N. Y., and Vicki 
Baum, New York. 910 

Dr. Tom Benton; Scripts 1-13^ by 

R. S. Kohn. © 1 c. Feb, 20, 1933; 

D 20905 ; Rose Simon Kohn, Detroit. 

911 

Doctor's orders ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
adapted from the comedy entitled, 
Une femme ravie, by Louis Ver- 
neuil [pseud, of Louis Jacques 
Marie Collin] English version by 
H. Graham. © 1 c. Feb, 3, 1933; 
D 20656; Harry Graham. London. 
912 

Don Gil de las calzas verdes. See Don 
Gil of the green breeches. 

Don Gil of the green breeches ; a play 
in 3 acts translated and adapted 
by W. F. Scarborough from the 
original sixteenth century comedy 
Don Gil de las calzas verdes, by 
Fray Gabriel Tellez. © 1 c. Feb. 
17, 1933; D 20890; W. Frances 
Scarborough, San Antonio. 913 

Donner-and-Blitz, the crusaders ; Epi- 
sodes 1-3, a radio series, by L. Bue- 
low and G. Halprin. © 1 c. Feb. 
6, 1933 ; D 20759 ; Leola Buelow and 
George Halprin, New York. 914 



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Don't call be madame; a play in 3 
acts, bv J. Meehan, jr. © 1 c. Jan. 
14. 1933; D 20740; John Meehan. 
jr., Beverly Hills, Calif. 915 

Don't get married ; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by S. Kerner. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1933 : D 20898 ; Sim Kerner, 
New York. 916 

Dottor (II) Pargus; commedia in 2 
atti e un epilogo [di] Alessandro 
Fergrano [pseud, of F. Grauato] 
[Rome] 1932. 2 p. 1., 7-255 [1] p. 
12mo. © Nov. 1, 1932 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1933 ; D 21089 ; Ferdinando Granato, 
Rome. 917 

Double (The) secret; a radio play, 
by G. M. Gray. © 1 e. Feb. 3, 1933 ; 
D 20665; Guy Manning Gray, 
Greenfield, Mass. 918 

Dramatic scenes from American his- 
tory; for reading and production in 
junior and senior high schools, by 
Clara M. Love. Boston, New York, 
London [etc. 1933] xx, 247 p. 
front. 12 mo. © Jan. 23, 1933; 
2 c. Feb. 2 ; aff. Jan. 31 ; A 60143 ; 
Clara M. Love, Berkeley, Calif. 

918* 

Earth-dwellers (The) ; a play written 
for the moving picture sound screen, 
by J. S. Milner. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1933; D 20833: Jean S. Milner, In- 
dianapolis. 919 

Easter island. See Sunshine (The) 
discoverer's club. 

Edition speciale; comedie dramatique 
en 3 actes d'apres la piece de Louis 
Weitzenkorn [par] Henry Torres. 
Paris, 1932. 34, [2] p. 4to. ([La 
Petite illustration, no. 606]) © 
Dec. 24, 1932; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933; 
D 21091 ; Henry Torres, Paris. 920 

Eldorado Johnson ; Episode 1, a radio 
sketch, by H. Lorentzen. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1933; D 21040; Helen Lor- 
entzen, San Francisco. 921 

Eleventh (The) commandment; a 
comedy in 3 acts, by A. Kavanau 
and E. Rosen. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933 ; 
D 20844; Alexander Kavanau and 
Edward Rosen, Brooklyn. 922 

End (The) begins; a play in 11 scenes, 
by Katharine L. Beach and F. 
Conklin 3rd. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; 
D 20887; Franklin Conklin 3rd., 
Newark, N. J. 923 

Entziickender ( Ein ) mensch ; musi- 
kalisches lustspiel in 3 akten von 



Jean de Letraz, deutsch von Berth 
Ebelsbacher, musik von Erwin 
Straus, gesangstexte von Leo and 
Erwin Straus. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 
31. 1933; D 20624; Gustav Kiepen- 
heuer buhnenvertriebs g. m. b. h. 
Berlin. 924 

Erotica— 1933 : a play in 3 acts, by S. 
Sorkin. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933; D 
20951 ; Sam Sorkin, New York. 925 

Es geht auch so; komodie fur den 
rundfunk in 19 szenen, von Walther 
von Hollander. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933; D 21050; Tonfilm, g.m.b.h., 
Berlin. 926 

Essig und 61 ; ein marchen aus Wien 
[in 3 akten] von Siegfried Geyer 
und Paul Frank. Gesangstexte von 
Robert Katscher und Siegfried Gey- 
er, musik von Robert Katscher. 
Berlin, 1932. 75 p. diagrs. 8vo. 
Regie-und soufflierbuch. Text. © 
Nov. 2, 1932; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; D 
20614; Alrobi musikverlag, g.m.b.h., 
Berlin. 927 

Ever (The) ever land; a sketch, by 
I. H. Woolley. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1913; 
D 20715 ; Ivy Houtz Woolley, Ogden, 
Utah. 928 

Every dark cloud ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by G. S. Thompson. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1933; D 20638; Gerald Strickland 
Thompson, Toronto, Canada. 929 

Face at the basement door ; a play in 
2 acts, by D. Carb. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1933; D 21033; David Carb, New 
York. 930 

Fair play for rich and poor; (a dram- 
atization of Amos) by Stephen H. 
Fritchman. (In The Epworth her- 
ald. Jan. 28, 1933) © Jan. 7, 1933; 

1 c. Feb. 16; D 20865; Board of 
education, Methodist Episcopal 
church, Chicago. 931 

Farsa (La) amorosa ; (dal Capello a 
tre pnnte, di P. de Alarcon) scene 
popolaresche in 3 atti, 5 quadri e 

2 intermezzi scenici, di Arturo Ros- 
sato, musica di Riccardo Zandonai. 
Riduzione per canto e pianoforte di 
Guido Zuccoli. Milano, 1933. 7 p. 
1., 310 p. front, (port.) 4to. © 
Feb. 4. 1933; 1 c. Feb. 6; D 28388; 
G. Ricardi & co., Milan. 932 

Favori (Le) ; piece en 3 actes, de M. 
Piechaud. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933; D 
21059 ; Martial Piechaud, Paris. 933 

Female of the speakies ; a comedy in 
7 episodes, by Palmer Parsons 



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955 



[i.e. J. P. Parsons] © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1933; D 20901; John Palmer Par- 
sons, Flushing, N. Y. 934 

Femme (Une) ravie ; piece en 4 actes 
[par] Louis Verneuil [pseud, of L. 
Collin] Paris, 1932. 46, [2] p. 
4to. ( [La Petite illustration, no. 
605] ) © Dec. 17, 1932 ; 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1933; D 21090; Louis Collin, Paris. 
935 

Femme (Une) ravie. See also, Doc- 
tor's orders. 

Fifteen minutes; a 1-act comedetta, by 

M. Hochmuth. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; 

D 20843; May Hochmuth, Chicago. 

936 

Fine Italian hand ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Peter Howie [pseud, of B. 
Robillard] © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933; D 
20774; Basil Robillard, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 937 

Fire; a comedy skit, by Marvin Hat- 
ley [i. e. T. M. Hatley] Contains 
music. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; D 
20918; Thomas Marvin Hatley, 
Inglewood, Calif. 938 

Five star theatre; a series of radio 
presentations, by McCann-Erickson, 
inc. Jan. 16, 1933. Marx brothers. 
Episode no. 8. Flywheel, Shyster 
& Flywheel. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; 
D 21070; McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 939 

Jan. 18, 1933. Famous 

authors series. Dear little you, by 
J. P. McEvoy. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933 ; 
D 20751; McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 940 

Jan. 20, 1933. Charlie Chan. 

The Chinese parrot. Episode no. 2. 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933; D 20752; Mc- 
Cann-Erickson, inc., New York. 941 

Jan. 23, 1933. Marx broth- 
ers. Episode no. 9. Flywheel, 
Shyster and Flywheel. © 1 c. Feb. 
28, 1933; D 21071; McCann-Erick- 
son, inc., New York. 942 

Jan. 25, 1933. Famous au- 
thors series. A day in New York, 
by Lois Seyster Montross. © 1 c. 
Feb. 9, 1933; D 20753; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 943 

Jan. 27, 1933. Charlie Chan. 

The Chinese parrot. Episode no. 3. 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933; D 20754; Mc- 
Cann-Erickson, inc., New York. 944 

Jan. 30, 1933. Marx broth- 
ers. Episode no. 10, Flywheel, 



Shyster and Flywheel. © 1 c. Feb. 
28, 1933; D 21072; McCann-Erick- 
son, inc., New York. 945 

Feb. 1, 1933. Famous au- 
thors series. Murdo, by Konrad 
Bercovici. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933 ; D 
21073 ; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 946 

Feb. 3, 1933. Charlie Chan. 

The Chinese parrot. Episode no. 4, 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; D 21074; 
McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

947 

Feb. 8, 1933. Famous au- 
thors series. Actor's blood, by Ben 
Hecht. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; D 
21075; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 948 

Fleur (La) d'oranger; sketch par 
Andre Birabeau et Georges Dolley. 
Paris, 1932. cover-title, 1'3 p. 4to. 
© Dec. 15, 1932; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; 
D 20829; Editions Salabert, Paris. 
949 

Fleurette returns ; a play in 1 act, by 
L. N. Shearon. © 1 c. Feb, 3, 1933 ; 
D 20667 ; Lillian Nicholson Shearon, 
Nashville. 950 

Flower vender; Episodes 1-8, a radio 
serial, by Michael Doran [pseud, of] 
E. Clapham. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933 ; 
D 20983 ; Emilia Clapham, Berkeley, 
Calif. 951 

Flying (The) Bryds ; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by E. R. Wells. © 1 c. 
Feb. 1, 1933; D 21047; Elizabeth 
Reed Wells, West Orange, N. J. 



Flywheel, Shyster & Flywheel. See 
Five star theatre. 

For all the tea in China ; a play in 3 
acts, by W. F. Andrews. © 1 c. Feb. 
21, 1933; D 20922; William Feil 
Andrews, Waterbury, Conn. 953 

For reasons of state (Le Chevalier 
d'Eon) ; a romance in 3 acts, by 
M. Von Anthoni and Porter Emer- 
son Browne. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; 
D 20805; Maurice Von Anthoni, 
Hollywood, Calif. 954 

Foreign correspondent. See Art 
White in China. 

Forgiveness; a drama in 5 acts, by 
J. Doba, translated by Clementine 
Timoskevich. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; 
D 21035; Janina Doba, Detroit. 

955 



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Forne ; a play, bv F. W. Robinson. © 
1 c. Feb. 21, 1933 ; D 20924 ; Francis 
Wills Robinson, New Haven. 956 

Fra gli artigli dell' Aquila ; drarnma 
napoleonico in 3 atti [di] Ettore 
Zunino. Milano [1932] 3 p. 1., 
[9] -76, [1] p. 12mo. © Dec. 16, 
1932; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; D 20831; 
Ettore Zunino, Savona, Italy. 957 

Frau (Eine) die weiss, was sie will; 
komodie mit musik in 5 bildern 
(nach Verneuil) von Alfred Griin- 
wald, musik von Oscar Straus?, 
Regiebucb eingericbtet von Alfred 
Griinwald. Berlin, 1932. 121 p. 
diagrs. 8vo. Regie- und soufflier- 
bucb. Text. © Nov. 12, 1932; 1 c. 
Feb. 1, 1933 ; D 20615 ; Drei masken 
musik, g.m.b.h., Berlin. 958 

Free and forty; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by L. R. Birkenstein. © 1 c. Feb. 
1, 1933; D 20608; Lillian R. Birk- 
enstein, Cbicago. 959 

Friend of his youth ; a play in 3 acts 
with prologue, by R. Leake. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1933; D 20668; Russell 
Leake, San Francisco. 960 

Friendsbip ; or, In Mozart's time, op- 
eretta for girls in 1 act, book, lyrics 
and music by Mary Lichthardt. 
(Violin ad lib.) Cincinnati, O., 
[1933] 32 p. illus. 4to. © Jan. 
13, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 9; D 28383; 
Willis music co., Cincinnati. 961 

From Italy, came Helena ; a play in 2 

acts, by J. L. Hambley. © 1 c. 

Feb. 4, 1933; D 20698; Juliette 

Leonard Hambley. Salisbury, N. C. 

962 

From many lands ; a musical sketch 
for chorus, piano, violin, rhythmic 
orchestra, by Mildred Adair. © 
Feb. 24, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 27 ; D 28396 ; 
Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 
963 

Friihlingsstiirme ; operette in 3 akten, 
von Gustav Beer, musik von Jaromir 
Weinberger. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1933 ; D 21051 ; Drei masken ver- 
lag, a.g., and Alrobi musikverlag, 
g.m.b.h., Berlin. 964 

Gage (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by I. L. 
Singer. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933; D 
20903; Irving L. Singer, Oakland, 
Calif. 965 

Gene Arnold's complete modern min- 
strels. Book no. 1, compiled by 
Gene Arnold. New York, 1933. 16 



p. 16mo. © Feb. 20, 1933; 2 c. 
Feb. 23; D 210S4 ; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. 966 

General (Der) und das gold; schau- 
spiel in einem prolog und 8 bildern 
von Bruno Frank. © 1 c. Oct. 4, 
1932; D 20652; Drei masken-verlag, 
a.g., Berlin. 967 

Georgia Indian legends, dramatized ; 
three 1-act plays, by Cora Paxton 
Stewart. [Atlanta, Ga., 1933] [22] 
p. 8vo. Contents.-Cherokee Rose.- 
Nacoochee.-Hiwassee. © Feb. 14, 
1933; 2 c. Feb. 17; D 21083; Cora 
Paxton Stewart, Atlanta. 968 

Gestern und heute. See Girls in uni- 
form. 

Get rugged. See It's so educational. 

Get your man ; a sketch, by N. 
Schaumburger. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1932; D 20648; Norman Schaum- 
burger, New York. 969 

Gewesene menschen ; stuck in 3 akten 
[von] Franz Theodor Csokor. Ber- 
lin, Wien, Leipzig, 1932. 147, [1] p. 
8vo. © Nov. 21, 1932 ; 1 c. Feb. 23. 
1933; D 21088: Paul Zsolnay ver- 
lag, a.g., Berlin. 970 

Ghost (The) writer. See Man who 
reclaimed his head. 

Giant man; a play in 3 acts, by 6. 

Salvatore. © 1 c. Feb. 10. 1933 ; D 

20776 : George Salvatore, New York. 

971 

. . . Giftie (The) gie us; a play in 1 
act, by Allan Ogilvie [i. e. E. A. 
Ogilvie] Glasgow, Walter Wilson & 
co. (Glasgow) limited, 1932. 3 p. 
1.. [9] -42 p. illus. 24mo. [(Scot- 
tish national plays series, no. 12)] 
© Dec. 5, 1932; 1 c. Feb. 23. 1933; 
D 20947; Eleannra Allan Ogilvie, 
Muirhead, Chryston, Scotland. 972 

Girl (The) from Broadway ; Lillian 
Russell, a series of radio life 
dramas, by Shirley Gordon. © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1933; D 20997; Shirley 
Leslie Gordon, New York. 973 

Girls in uniform; a play in 3 acts, 
adapted from the German play Gest- 
ern und heute upon which the film 
Madchen in uniform is bused. 
English adaptation, by Barbara 
Burnham. Boston, Little, Brown 
and company. 1933. 6 p. 1., [7]- 
130 p. 12mo. © Jan. 6, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 20; D 20651; Christa Winsloe, 
London. 9?4 



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no. 2, 1933 






Globe headlines ; a series of radio 
sketches, by Erie Hampton. Epi- 
sodes 20-23, 40-51. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1933; D 20917; Flach & Benedict, 
inc., Los Angeles. 975 



52-59. © 1 C. 
Feb. 21, 1933; D 20931; Flach & 
Benedict, inc., Los Angeles. 976 

Gluck im haus ; lustspiel in 3 akten, 
von Ladislaus Fodor und Paul 
Frank. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; D 
21061 ; Georg Marton, Vienna. 977 

God's own country ; a play in 3 acts, 
by H. Osborne and E. B. Ginty. 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933 : D 20876 ; Hu- 
bert Osborne, Cambridge, Mass., 

and Elizabeth B. Ginty, New York. 

978 

Gold bonds; a melodrama in 3 acts, 
by Maynard F. Holt. © 1 c. Feb. 
15, 1933; D 20856; John Westley, 
New York. 979 



Golden (The) goose; a dramatic ver- 
sion of the old fairy tale for mar- 
ionettes in 2 acts, by A. Beistle and 
H. O. Grover. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1933; D 21018; Aldarilla Beistle 
and Harriet O. Grover, Cleveland 
Heights, O. 980 

Goof Gitls ; by George Savage [i. e. 
George Milton Savage, jr.] New 
York [1933] 28 p. 12mo. © Feb. 
3, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 4 ; D 20706 ; Fitz- 
gerald pub. corp., New York. 981 

Grand hotel ; a radio program, by H. 
E. Anthony. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; 
D 20973; Howard Earl Anthony, 
Los Angeles. 982 

Growth ; a play in 3 acts, by Lajos 
Egri [pseud, of L. E. Newman] and 
H. Gerry. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933 ; D 
20762; Lajos Egri Newman and 
Helen Gerry, New York. 983 

Gulf (The) : a 3-act play, by E. J. 
Rule. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; D 
20756; Estelle J. Rule, St. Louis. 

984 

Hallelu Aunt Hagar's chilluns hal- 
lelu; operetta in 2 acts, special ar- 
rangement, music, dialogue and lyric 
by Sarah W. Butler. Text, © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1933 ; Music, © lc. Feb. 3 ; 
D 28379; Sarah Butler, Los Ange- 
les. 985 

Hamlet; by William Shakespeare. A 
rendition and paraphrase into 
American prose, with an introduc- 
tion, giving the reasons therefor, 



and also offering a psychoanalytical 
interpretation, by A. Mordell. © 1 
c. Feb. 17, 1933; D 20889; Albert 
Mordell, Philadelphia. 986 

Hank and his wife at the ball game; 
a sketch, by H. S. Pratt. © 1 c, 
Feb. 13, 1933; D 20826; Harvey S. 
Pratt, Correctionville, la. 987 

Happiness, the elusive; a play in 3 
acts, by R. L. O'Bryant. © 1 c. 
Jan. 13, 1933; D 20773; Rosa Lee 
O'Bryant, Los Angeles. 988 

Harvest (The) is past; a play in 3 
acts, by Jennifer Goodman [i. e. 
M. Goodman] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; 
D 20763; Minnie Goodman, Brook- 
lyn. 989 

He lost his queen ; a purim play in the 
spirit of the carnival, by Samuel 
Michael Segal. New York, 1933. 
cover-title, 44 p. 12mo. © Feb. 
15, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 20; D 20914; 
Bloch pub. co., inc., New York. 

990 

Hearts and heroes ; a musical romance 
in 2 acts, by G. Grunwaldt. Text. 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; D 20644; 
Gertrude Grunwaldt, Elmhurst, L. 
I., N. Y. 991 

Held up at the acropolis; an original 
play in 3 acts, by J. Belasco. © 
1 c. Feb. 10, 1933; D 20780; John 
Belasco, Brooklyn. 992 

Helen Bartman ; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. H. Carey. Rev. eel. © 1 c. 
Feb. 14, 1933; D 20834; Herbert 
Haisley Carey, Ridgefield, N. J. 

993 

Hell's chosen people ; a play in 3 acts, 
by K. Kahn. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933 ; 
D 21026; Keith Kahn, New York. 

994 

Her hour ; a play in 1 act, by L. R. 
Cook. ©lc. Feb. 13, 1933 ; D 20807 ; 
Laurence Russell Cook, Los Ange- 
les. 995 

His Lordship the crook ; a play in 3 
acts, by E. Louis. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1932; D 20700; Edward Louis, Lon- 
don. 996 

His majesty sleeps ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Race Kent. San Francisco, Calif., 
Cincinnati, O., 1933. 19 p. 12mo. 
© Feb. 1, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 20; D 
20913 ; Banner play bureau, inc., San 
Francisco. 997 

His new hunting ground; a play, by 
C. Williams. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; 
D 20806; Curtis Williams, New 
York. 998 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 6 



Hiwassee. See Georgia Indian leg- 
ends. 

Hochzeit ; in einem akt und prolog, 
von Elias Canetti. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1933; D 20623; S. Fischer verlag 
a.g., Berlin. 999 

Homing (The) call; a 1-act play, by 
G. McCarthy. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; 
D 20908; Gertrude McCarthy, Pasa- 
dena. 1000 

Honeymoon horror. See Milligan and 
Mulligan. 

Honour thy children ; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. Carman-Ryles. © 1 c. Jan. 
24, 1933 ; D 20840 ; Robert Carman- 
Ryles, Hollywood, Calif. 1001 

Humanity incorporated ; Prologue, Epi- 
sodes 1, 2, a series of episodes in the 
life of Richard Roe — American citi- 
zen, by George J. Jervis [i.e. G. John- 
son- Jervis] Contents. — Episode 1. 
The tradesman enslaved by the rac- 
queteers. — Episode 2. The young 
man who lost at cards. © 1 c. Jan. 
17, 1933 ; D 20334 ; George Johnson- 
Jervis, New York. 1002 

Hyacinth (The) garden; an Easter 
fantasy in 3 acts, by Jewell Both- 
well Tull. Mount Vernon, la., The 
Hillside press, 1932. cover-title, 19 
p. 8vo. © Dec. 1, 1932; 2 c. Feb. 
27, 1933; D 21013; Jewell Bothwell 
Tull, Mount Vernon, la. 1003 

I'll never love again ; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. Sirota. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933 ; 
D 20969 ; Elsie Sirota, New York. 

1004 

I love your wife; a play in 3 acts, 
by Anson Van Alstyn. © 1 c. Feb. 
7, 1933 ; D 20728 ; Egbert Anson Van 
Alstyne, New Haven. 1005 

If it be true ! a 1-act play, by Grace 

Barton Allen [i. e. G. B. A. Cook] 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1933 ; D 20853 ; Grace 

Barton Allen Cook, Cranford, N. J. 

1006 

If the kiss is sweet; a comedy in 3 
acts, by C. Zerner and Ben Gross. 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; D 21048; 
Charles Zerner, Jersey City, and 
Ben S. Gross, New York. 1007 

In dangerous hands; a melodrama in 
3 acts, by E. T. Guerini. © 1 c. Feb. 
1, 1933; D 20606; Esther Teresa 
Guerini, New York. 1008 

In Hadeswa : a comedv in 3 acts, by 
W. M. Evans. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933 ; 
D 20609: Walter Messick Evans. 
Fort Lee, N. J. 1009 



In Mozart's time. See Friendship. 

In the full of the moon; a play in 1 
act, by Pauline Bradley Perrigard. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; D 20954 ; Pau- 
line Ayer Bradley Perrigard, West- 
mount, Quebec, Canada. 1010 

In the garden ; by M. Harper. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1933 ; D 28382 ; Marjorie Har- 
per, Jersey City. 1011 

Indenture! ! in 3 acts, by I. Forbes. 
© 1 c. Feb. 17. 1933; D 20892; Ian 
Forbes. Conshohocken. Pa. 1012 

Island of destiny; a modern tragedy, 
by Howard Peacey. London, Sidg- 
wick & Jackson, ltd., 1933. 4 p. 1., 
Ill, [1] p. 12mo. © Jan. 23. 1933 : 
1 c. Feb. 10 ; D 20863 ; Howard Pea- 
cey, London. 1013 

It is finished ! a vesper service for 
Good Friday, by Ethel Bain. Mil- 
waukee, Wis. [1933] 11, [1] p. 8vo. 
© Feb. 1, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 6 ; D 20719 ; 
Morehouse pub co., Milwaukee. 1014 

It's a good thing I can't talk ; by 
M. Harper. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; 
D 283S0; Marjorie Harper, Jersey 
City. 1015 

It's so educational; or, Get rugged, a 
comedy in 3 acts, by Jules J. Roskin, 
J. I. Milsner and Charley Belous. 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933 ; D 20764 ; Jacob 
I. Milsner, New York. 1016 

It's the first step that counts ; comedy 
in 3 acts, by Pryor Salford [pseud, 
of G. A. Hawkins-Ambler] © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1933; D 21039; George 
Arthur Hawkins-Ambler, San Fran- 
cisco. 1017 

It's you I want; a farcical fact in 3 
acts, by M. Braddell. © 1 c. Feb. 
21, 1933; D 20929; Maurice Brad- 
dell, London. 1018 

Jeanne; comedie en 3 actes et 4 tab- 
leaux [par] Henri Duvernois. 
Paris, 1933. 30, [2] p. 4to. ([La 
Petite illustration, no. 608]) © 
Jan. 7, 1933 ; 1 c. Feb. 17 ; D 21092 ; 
Henri Duvernois, Paris. 1019 

Jisr-saw; a drama in 3 acts, by Helen 
Lampe. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1933; D 
20851; Helen Streeter Lampe\ New 
York. 1020 

Joe Blow ; a tragedy in 3 acts, by F. 
Schlick. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; D 
21014; Frederick Schlick. Portland, 
Or. 1021 



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no. 2, 1933 



1064 



John Milton's love story ; a comedy in 
1 act, by A. M. Roundy. © 1 c. 
Feb. 28, 1933; D 21064; Alice 
Miriam Roundy, Beverly, Mass. 

1022 

-Jones, with a hyphen ; a comedy in 
1 act, by Alice Halsey. London, 
1933. 20 p. Svo. © Feb. 14, 1933 ; 
1 c. Feb. 20; D 20915; Joseph Wil- 
liams ltd., London. 1023 

Judy and Jane ; Continuity nos. 60-82, 
Jan. 2-6, 9-13, 16-20, 23-27, Jan. 
30-Feb. 1, 1933, a series of radio 
sketches, by Robert D. Andrews. © 
1 c. each Feb. 4, 1933; D 20670- 
20692; J. A. Folger & co., Kansas 
City, Mo. 1024-1046 

Just a play. See Devoted husband. 

Kidnapping (The) ; a radio play, by 
M. R. Davidson. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933; D 20948; Mary Richmond 
Davidson, Auburndale, Mass. 1047 

Killers at large. See Special agent 
five. 

King (The) and Mary; a play by J. J. 
Graham. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; D 
21079 ; James J. Graham, Springfield, 
111. 1048 

King (The) immortal; a sacred story 
cantata (dramatized) for Easter, by 
Valeria R. Lehman. [Music by 
Adam Geibel, and others] Philadel- 
phia, Pa., 1933. 16 p. 8vo. © Feb. 
23, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 25 ; D 28394 ; Hall- 
Mack co., Philadelphia. 1049 

Kingdom (A) for a horse ; a folk play 
about New Hampshire farmers in 3 
acts, by P. A. Zantho [pseud, of 
P. A. Xanthopoulo] © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1933; D 20989; Panayotis Achilles 
Xanthopoulo, New York. 1050 

Kingfish (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by L. 
Herman. © 1 c. Feb. 20 T 1933; D 
20907 ; Lewis Herman, Cicero, 111. 

1051 

Lady (The) ; a play in 1 act, by A. J. 
Walker. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; D 
20797 ; Alice Johnstone Walker, New 
Haven. 1052 

Lady (The) is bold; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. D. Hirsch. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1933; D 20994; Leon D. Hirsch, 
Trenton, N. J. 1053 

Lady (The) killer. See Milligan and 
Mulligan. 

Laughter above; a play in 3 acts, by 
Edmund North and J. Gow. © 1 c. 



Feb. 21, 1933 ; D 20923 ; James Gow, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 1054 

Liebesnachte ; schauspiel in 3 akten 
von Alexander Lernet-Holenia. © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; D 20618 ; Gustav 
Kiepenheuer biihnenvertriebs g. m. 
b. h., Berlin. 1055 

Life is like that; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. C. Beyer. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; 
D 20899; William Charles Beyer, 
Cleveland Heights, O. 1056 

Life's little problems; Sketch 1, a 
series of dialogue sketches for radio, 
by B. M. Siegel. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1933; D 20749; Bertha M. Siegel, 
Glen Cove, L. I., N. Y. 1057 

Lillian Russell. See Girl (The) from 
Broadway. 

Lion (A) in her lap; a play in 3 acts, 
by D. S. Fairchild. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1933; D 20801; Donald Stites Fair- 
child, Pasadena. 1058 

Little Black Sambo ; [a play] in 3 acts 
[by W. Pente. Park Ridge, 111., 
1932] cover-title, [4] p. 16mo. © 
Nov. 15, 1932; 2 c. Dec. 16 ; D 20703 ; 
William Pente, Park Ridge, 111. 

1059 

Little (The) disciple; an Easter play 
with music, by Ruth Amelia Smith 
and Adelina Patti Fulton. New 
York, 1933. xi, 14 p. plate. 8vo. 
Libretto. © Feb. 23, 1933; 2 c. 
Feb. 24; D 21085; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. 1060 

Little Red Riding Hood; [a play] in 
3 acts [by W. Pente, Park Ridge, 
111., 1932.] cover-title, [4] p. 16mo. 
© Nov. 15, 1932; 2 c. Dec. 16; D 
20705; William Pente, Park Ridge, 
111. 1061 

London flower girls ; a play, by C. Lof- 
tus. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933 ; D 20995 ; 
Cecilia Loftus, New York. 1062 

Loopholes ; a drama in 1 act, by J. R. 
Taylor. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; D 
21063 ; Jack Rymal Taylor, Los An- 
geles. 1063 

Loose change ; a musical comedy, li- 
bretto by Francis W. Steele, lyrics 
by Melyne Latta, Don Reid and Clif- 
ford Brown, music by Melyne Latta 
and Clifford Brown. © 1 c. Oct. 3, 
1932 ; D 28393 ; John B. Rogers pro- 
ducing co., Fostoria, O. 1064 



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1065 



pt. I, n. s., v. 6 



Love asks a sacrifice ; a sketch in 1 act, 
by I. A. Jones. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933 ; 
D 21020; Irene A. Jones, Albu- 
querque, N. Mex. 1065 

Lovers of the Bosphorus ; a scenario 
in 6 parts, by Guy Young [pseucl. of 
K. Yeghayan] © lc. Jan. 23, 1933 ; 
D 20963; Kapes Yeghayan, Dinuba, 
Calif. 1066 

Lucrece ; from Le viol de Lucrece, by 
Andre Obey [Translated by] Thorn- 
ton Wilder. Boston and New York, 
Houghton Mifflin company ; Cam- 
bridge, The Riverside press, 1933. 
4 p. 1., 3-89, [11 p. 8vo. © Feb. 
10, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 16; D 20862; 
Thornton N. Wilder, New Haven. 

1067 

Ludo; comedie inedite en 3 actes de 
Pierre Seize. (In Les CEuvres 
libres, no. 134) © Aug. 1, 1932 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933 ; D 20313 ; Pierre Seize, 
Paris. 1068 

Lulu; a comedy in 3 acts, by E. 
O'Hanlon. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1933; 
D 20925 ; Edwin O'Hanlon, New 
York. 1069 

Ma ; a satire, by I. H. Woolley. © 1 c. 
Feb. 6, 1933; D 20714; Ivy Houtz 
Woolley, Ogden, Utah. 1070 

Madchen in uniform. See Girls in uni- 
form. 

Maggie and Gertie, the scrubwomen of 
Radioland ; or, Radioland, Episode 
nos. 1-2, a series of radio sketches, 
by I. Phillips. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933 ; 
D 21016; Irna Phillips, Chicago. 

1071 

Magic (The) rake; a play in 1 act, by 
M. Messill. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; 
D 21028; Mary Messill, Skowhegan, 
Me. 1072 

Magical (The) voyage to Wellville; or, 
Post toasties story time, a series of 
radio sketches, by P. Wing. Epi- 
sodes 37-42. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; 
D 20610; Paul Wing, Darien, Conn. 
1073 

Episodes 43-46, 48. © 1 e. 

Feb. 16, 1933 ; D 20877 ; Paul Wing, 
Darien, Conn. 1074 

Make it five ; a farce in 1 act, by Anna 
Louise Barney. Cincinnati, O., San 
Francisco, Calif., 1933. 16 p. 
12mo. © Feb. 1, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 20 ; 
D 20912; Banner play bureau, inc., 
San Francisco. 1075 



Man (The) who reclaimed his head; 
a play in 3 acts, by Jean Bart 
[pseud, of M. Sarlabous] Revision 
of The ghost-writer, by the same 
author. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; D 
20972; Marie Sarlabous, New York. 
1076 

Manana ; a sketch, by N. Schaum- 
burger. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933; D 
20873; Norman Schaumburger, New 
York. 1077 

Marguerite; a play in 3 acts, by C. L. 
Seale. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; D 
21022; Charles Lytton Seale, Doug- 
laston, N. Y. 1078 

Marquise (Die) von O. ; schauspiel in 3 
akten [von] Ferdinand Bruckner. 
Berlin, 1932. cover-title, 1 p. 1., 11- 
111, [1] p. 8vo. © Nov. 17. 1932; 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1933; D 20616; S. 
Fischer verlag, a. g., Berlin. 1079 

Marriage, inc. ; or, Via matrimony, a 
comedy in 3 acts, by D. K. Thomp- 
son. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933 ; D 20742 ; 
Doris K. Thompson, New York. 

1080 

Marriage is a racket ; a drama in 3 
acts, by R. B. Kellar. © 1 c. Feb. 
3, 1933; D 20658; Roman Bruno 
Kellar, Chicago. 1081 

Marx brothers. See Five star theatre. 

Mary and Ann Clark in Station 
b-u-n-k ; a vaudeville playlet, by 
Mary and Ann Clark. © 1 e. Feb. 
18. 1933; D 20896; Mary and Ann 
Clark, New York. 1082 

Match (A) for the matchmakers; a 
comedy in 1 act, by Lura Woodside 
Watkins. New York [1933] 23 p. 
12mo. © Feb. 21, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; 
D 20946; Fitzgerald pub. Corp., New 
York. 1083 

Matri-money ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Robert Horner. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; 
D 20695; Robert James Horner, 
Hollywood, Calif. 1084 

Matthias-Ben-Ezra ; a story of the 
Eternal Christ ; a song story for 
Easter and general use; story and 
lyrics by Mattie B. Shannon, music 
by I. H. Meredith. New York, N.Y., 
1933. 19 p. 8vo. © Jan. 23, 1933 ; 
2 c. Jan. 30; D 28386; Tullar- 
Meredith co., New York. 1085 

Maud and Cousin Bill ; [Parts] 62-73, 
a radio play, by B. Tarkington. © 
1 c. Feb. 25. 1933; D 20988; Booth 
Tarkington, Indianapolis. 1086 



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no. 2, 1933 



1113 



Men love women. See Women land on 
their feet. 

Merry Mount ; opera in 3 acts, libretto 
by Richard L. Stokes, music by How- 
ard Hanson. New York, 1933. 20 p. 
8vo. Text. © Feb. 14, 1933; 2 c. 
Feb. 17 ; D 21086 ; Harms, inc., New 
York. 1087 

Mexicana ; a romantic operetta in 2 
acts, by W. Van Valkenburg and 
V. Elliott. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; D 
28385 ; Warner Van Valkenburg, and 
Vern Elliott, Los Angeles. 1088 

Michel Lambertier; drame en 3 actes, 
de J. Maxime-David. © 1 c. Feb. 
17, 1933 ; D 21054 ; Jeanne Maxime- 
David, Paris. 1089 

Milligan and Mulligan, a series of 
radio scripts, by Bob White. Blind 
man's bluff. Scripts 1-6. © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1933; © 1 c. Feb. 13; D 
20741, 20828; Bob White produc- 
tions, Chicago. 1090, 1091 

Honeymoon horror. Scripts 

nos 1-6. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; © 
1 c. Feb. 27; D 20968, 21017; Bob 
White productions, Chicago. 

1092, 1093 

The lady killer, Scripts 1-6. 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; D 20910 ; Bob 
White productions, Chicago. 1094 

Trouble at suite no. 16. 

Scripts 1-6. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; © 
1 c. Feb. 6; D 20701, 20710; Bob 
White productions, Chicago. 

1095, 1096 

Miniature (La) ; comedie un 1 acte, 
par G. M. E. Bernanose. © 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1933; D 21060; Georges 
Marie Emile Bernanose, Paris. 

1097 

Miracle at Verdun ; [by] Hans 
Chlumberg, translated by Edward 
Crankshaw. London, Victor Gol- 
lancz ltd., 1932. 128 p. 12mo. © 
Nov. 21, 1932 ; 1 c. Dec. 1 ; D 21087 ; 
Edward Crankshaw, London. 1098 

Miracles of Magnolia; Episodes 1, 10, 
20, a series of radio sketches, by 
F. M. Baldridge. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1933; D 21031; Fanny May Bald- 
ridge, Chicago. 1099 

Miroir a 3 faces. See 3 et une. 

Mirror (The) maze; a 1-act play, by 
E. D. Kircher. © 1 c. Feb. 20. 1933 ; 
D 20906; Elsa D. Kircher, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 1100 



Missionary (The) a drama in 3 acts, 
by C. J. Bates. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; 
D 20949; Clyde Jackson Bates, 
Flushing. N. Y. 1101 

Mistaken identity; a play in 3 acts 
with prologue, by H. C. Blooming- 
dale. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933 ; D 20712 ; 
Hiram C. Bloomingdale, New York. 
1102 

Mr. and Mrs. Chatterly at home; a 
drama in 2 acts, by G. D. Meyers. 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933 ; D 20647 ; Grace 
D. Meyers, Brooklyn. 1103 

Mrs. McAllister's at-homes; a radio 
sketch, by F. P. Kohler. © 1 c. Feb. 
15, 1933; D 20855; Florence Parker 
Kohler, New York. 1104 

Modern Baron Munchausen ; a series 
or radio sketches, by William K. 
Wells. Episode 22, Society, pts. 1, 
2. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933; D 20633; 
Lord & Thomas, New York. 1105 

Episode 23. Archeology, pts. 

1, 2. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; D 20796 ; 
Lord & Thomas, New York. 1106 

Episode 24. Deep sea diving, 

pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; D 

20885; Lord & Thomas, New York. 

1107 

Episode 25. The Prospector ; 

pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; D 
20965 ; Lord & Thomas, New York. 

1108 

Mommer and popper ; a skit, by K. 
Brown. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933; D 
20640; Katheryne Brown, Long 
Beach, Calif. 1109 

Monsdeur Brotonneau. See Come 
what may. 

Monsieur Floche; comedie en 4 actes, 
de G. Berr. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933 ; 
D 21055; Georges Berr, Paris. 

1110 

Mother (The) ; a play in 2 acts, by 
J. S. Zuckerbram. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933; D 20953; Joseph S. Zucker- 
bram, New York. 1111 

Mother Margaret; a Christmas play 
in 1 act, by A. C. Cook. © 1 c. Feb. 
7, 1933 ; D 20991 ; Alice Carter Cook, 
Lanham, Md. 1112 

Moving (The) passion; a farce-comedy 
in 3 acts, by Marion Allen [i. e. 
M. A. Free] © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933 ; 
D 20642; Marion Allen Free, New 
York. 1113 



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pt. I. n. s.. v. G 



Muggsie & Mao ; no. 1, a series of 
radio sketches, by E. C. Jones. © 
1 e. Feb. 1, 1933; D 20611; Ells- 
worth C. Jones, Jersey City. 1114 

Mummy ; a musical farce in 3 acts, 
by Frank Lewis. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1933; D 28395; Frank Waring 
Lewis, Salt Lake City. 1115 

Murder of Howard Thorne ; a radio 
play, by G. M. Gray. © 1 c. Feb. 
24, 1933; D 20964; Guy Manning 
Gray, Greenfield. Mass. 1116 

Murders at sea. See Special agent 
five. 

Murdo. See Five star theatre. 
Music hath charms. Sec Death Val- 
ley days. 

My grand-pere's violin ; a sketch, by 
R. H. Beardsley. © 1 c. Jan. 24. 
1933; D 20758; Roswell H. Beards- 
ley, Baraboo, Wis. 1117 

Myra and Joshua ; Program 5, a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by J. C. Beal. 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933: D 20699: 
Joseph Carleton Beal, New York. 

1118 

Myra, the Cape Codder ; Program no. 
2, a radio series, by J. C. Beal. © 
1 c. Feb. 9, 1933; D 20747; Joseph 
Carleton Beal, New York. 111!) 

Myrt and Marge ; a series of radio 
sketches, by Myrtle Vail. Episode 
nos. 244-258. © 1 c. each Feb. 13, 
1933; D 20809-20823; Win. Wrigley 
jr. co., Chicago. 1120-1134 

Episode nos. 259-272. © 

1 c. each Feb. 25, 1933; D 20998- 
21011; Wm. Wrigley jr., co., 
Chicago. 1135-1148 

Mystery (The) of the Madagascar. 
See Sunshine (The) discoverers 
club. 

Nacoochee. Sec Georgia Indian leg- 
ends. 

New (The ) born King ; a play in 3 
parts, by J. V. La Delfa. © 1 c. 
Feb. 2. 1933; D 20636: James V. La 
Delfa, Rochester, N. Y. 1149 

New life; a play about the new life 
in Russia in 3 acts, by P. A. Xantho 
rpseud. of P. A. Xanthopoulo] © 
1 c. Feb. 25. 1933: D 20990; Panay- 
otis Achilles Xanthopoulo, New 
York. 1150 

Nunc but the brave deserve the fair ; 
by M. Harper. © 1 c. Feb. 7. 1983 : 
1) 2N:W1 ; Marjorie Harper. Jersey 
City. 1151 



North : a play in 1 act. by Pauline 
Bradley Perrigard. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933; D 20956; Pauline Ayer Bn« 
ley Perrigard, Westmount, Quebec, 
Canada. 1152 

Not necessarily; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Williamson. © 1 c. Jan. ::o. 
1933; D 20737; Roger Williamson, 
Williamstown. Mass. LLS8 

Notes in business; a series of radio 
sketches, by Don Becker. Program 
nos. 1-4. © 1 c. each Jan. 17. in:;:; : 
D 2O629-20632; Crosley radio cor- 
poration. Cincinnati. 1154-1157 

. Program no. 5. © 1 c. 

Jan. 17. 1933; D 20757; Crosley 
radio Corp., Cincinnati. L158 

Number runner; a play of Harlem in 
3 acts, story arrangement, by K. 
Lowman. dialogue by Robert Hor- 
sey. © I c. Jan. 11. 1933; D 20769; 
Raphael Lowman. New York. 1159 

Nur eine mark: sehauspiel in 7 biblern 
von August Hinrichs. © 1 c. Oct. 
4, 1932: D 20053: Drei masken-ver- 
lag, a. g.. Berlin. 1160 

Off the air; a sketch by E. Steuer and 
S'liuny Lerner |i. e. Samuel Ler- 
ner] © 1 c. Jan. 16. 1933: D 20650; 
Eliot Steuer and Samuel Lerner, 
New York. 1161 

Oh Doctor; a colored comedy in 2 
acts, and theme song, by J. W. Cox. 
Text. © 1 c. Feb. 16. 1933; D 
20S79: Joseph William Fox. New 
York. 1162 

Oh, promise me; a serial broadcast. 

by H. Oriob. © I e. Feb. 21. l'.)::::: 

D 20942: Harold Orlob, New York. 

1168 

Old (The) folks at home: a tragedy 
in 4 acts, by Lafayette Craft [pseud, 
of R. L. Craft] © 1 c. Feb. 13. 
lit:::;: i> 20808; Russell Lnfayette 
Craft, Yonkers. N. Y. 1161 

Old (The) folks home; nos. I ::. a 
series of radio sketcbes. by M. Wesp. 
© 1 c Feb. 7. 1933: D 86728; Mil- 
ford Wesp, Konmore. N. Y. 1 Hi.". 

old (The) judge radio series featur- 
ing famous trials of the Southwest; 
no. 1. by K. Q. Spencer. © 1 c. 
Feb. s. 1933; D 20836; Katharine 

Q. Spencer. St. Louis. 1 166 

Old (The) maids' minstrel show ; a 
ftrst-part for ladies, by Arthur 
LeRoy Kaser. New York [1933] 



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no. 2. 1933 



1189 



25 p. 12nio. © Feb. 20. 1933 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 23: D 20944: Fitzgerald pub. 
Corp., New York. 1167 

One hour after death; a play bv E. 
C. Averill. © 1 c. Jan. 30. 1933; 
D 20782; Esther C. Averill, Wor- 
cester. 1168 

One hundred per cent American: a 
play in 3 acts, by H. C. Blooming- 
dale. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; D 
21025; Hiram C. Bloomingdale, 
New York. 1169 

One Shanghai night ; a play in a pro- 
logue and 2 acts, by M. F. Holt. 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; D 21019; 
Maynard F. Holt, Rye, N. Y. 1170 

Open (The) door; a drama in 3 acts; 
by C. H. Larmore. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1933; D 20800; Clarence H. Lar- 
more, New York. 1171 

Orchid (The) limousine; a high-pow- 
ered motor mystery in 3 acts, by 
Wilbur Braun. Minneapolis, Minn., 
1933. 92 p. diagr. 12mo. © Feb. 
3, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 6; D 20720; 
Northwestern pres*. Minneapolis. 

1172 

Order in the court ; a sketch, by M. 
Lief. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; D 
21062; Max Lief, New York. 1173 

Paix (La) ; d'apres Aristophane. 
adaptation libre en 2 parties et un 
epilogue par F. Porche. © 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1933; D 21058; Francois 
Porche, Paris. 1174 

Pajama (The) girl; a mystery com- 
edy in 3 acts, by William Ellis 
Jones, New York [1933] 92 p. 
12mo. © Feb. 8, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 9 ; 
D 20743; Fitzgerald pub. corp.. 
New York. 1175 

Palace (The) ; a character comedy, in 
3 acts, by Raymond Bond. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1933; D 20966; Raymond 
Leslie Bond, Lovilia, la. 1176 

Pals-plus ! or, And so to breakfast, a 
comedy in 3 acts, by Donald Mac- 
Millnn. © 1 c. Feb. 21. 1933; D 
20928; Donald A. MacMillan, New 
Brunswick. N. J. 1177 

Paula goes modern ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Ray Hodges. Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1933. 75 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Feb. 3, 1933: 2 c. Feb. 6; D 
20721 ; Northwestern press. Minne- 
apolis. 1178 

Peaceful (A) evening; a comedy in 3 
acts, by M. C. Travers. © 1 c. Feb. 



28, 1933; D 21080; Maud Ainslie. 
New York. 1179 

Penelope; komodie in 3 aufzugen von 
Julius Berstl, nach einer idee des 
John Marsten 1595-1634. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31. 1933; D 20621; Gust; v 
Kiepenheuer biihnenvertriebs g. m. 
b. h., Berlin. 1180 

Penny-happy ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. D. Eder. © 1 c. Feb. 4. 1933; 
D 20697: Max David Eder, New 
York. 1181 

Perfect (The) janitor. See Aloysious 
Stubbs. 

Persian (The) flame; an operetta in 
3 acts, by G. Ted Reicard [pseud, 
of G. D. Reichard] © 1 c. Feb. 
16, 1933; D 28401; George Daniel 
Reichard, EI Monte, Calif. 1182 

Phantasmagoria ; a fantasia in 1 act, 
by Leon Lord [pseud, of H. L. Her- 
som] © 1 c. Feb. 23. 1933; D 
20958; Harold Lester Hersom, Lo.> 
Angeles. 1183 

Phedra in Georgia ; a play in 3 acts. 
by J. Le Bret. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 : 
D 20702; Jean Le Bret. Montreal. 
Canada. 1184 

Pietra (La) dello scandalo ; comsoaedia 
in 3 atti [di] Luigi Latini. musica 
di Vincenzo Billi. Firenze, 1932. 
1. p. 1, 31 p. fol. © Oct. 15, 1932 : 
1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; D 28398; Sapo- 
retti & Cappelli, Florence. Italy. 

1185 

Pirates' paradise ; a musical myth, by 
M. M. Cain. Text. © 1 c. Feb, 4. 
1933; D 20760; Myrtle Marie Cain. 
New York. 11S6 

Poor devil; book and lyrics for a 
musical comedy in 12 scenes, by 
C. V. Hager. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1933; D 20904; Celia V. Hager. 
Eugene, Or. 1187 

Princess (The) Asphodel; a play in a 
prologue and 3 scenes, by E. W. 
McLean. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; D 
20888: Emma Webb McLean, Clare- 
mont, Calif. 1188 

Professor Phineas Photzengoggle : a 
radio sketch, by Senator Ford 
[pseud, of E. H. Fauth] © 1 c. 
Feb. 3. 1933: D 206-14: Edward 
Hastings Fauth, Southold. N. Y. 

1189 

Prose preferred: a comedy in 1 act. by 
Arthur LeRoy Kaser. New York, 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 6 



Prose preferred — Continued. 

[1933] 18 p. 12mo. © Feb. 20, 
1933; 2 c. Feb. 23; D 20943; Fitz- 
gerald pub. corp., New York. 1190 

Prospector. See Modern Baron Mun- 
chausen. 

Pruneau (Le) ; comedie inedite en 1 
acte de Jean Blanchon. (In Paris, 
Candide, no. 454) © Nov. 24, 1932 ; 

1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; D 21093; Jean 
Blanchon, Paris. 1191 

Publicity; a play in 3 acts, by F. J. 

Collins. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933: D 

21027 ; Frank J. Collins, New York. 

1192 

Publicity mad ; by G. Doro. © 1 c. 
Feb. 14. 1933; D 20832; Grace 
Doro. New York. 1193 

Purim (A) play; Jewish festival play, 
by M. Durmashkin. Yiddish and 
Hebrew texts. 

.tspx cms k ;on*s pnvn 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933 ; D 2S400 ; Mattia 
Durmashkin. Manhattan Beach, 
N. Y. 1194 

Quadratur (Die) des kreises; lust- 
spiel in 3 akten von Valentin Kata- 
jew. Autorisierte iibersetzung aus 
dem russischen von Richard Hoff- 
mann. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1930 ; D 20883 ; 
S. Fischer verlag, a. g., Berlin. 

1195 

Queen (The) alone; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. W. Whalen. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1933; D 20734; Will W. Whalen, 
Orrtanna, Pa. 1196 

Queen's (The) taste; a dramatic com- 
position in 3 acts, by Julia Davies 
MeMahon [i. e. J. D. M. Brown] 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1933; D 20835; 
Julia Davies MeMahon Brown, via 
Lowville, N. Y. 1197 

Quest (The) ; [a play in 10 episodes, 
with prologue] by H. L. Miller and 
B. M. Bradley. York, Pa., The 
Hannah Penn junior high school 
[1932] 44 1. 4to. © Dec. 12. 1932; 

2 c. Dec. 21; D 20785; Helen L. 
Miller and Beulah M. Bradley. York. 
Pa. 1198 

Radical (The) ; a play, by W. Pome- 
rantz and W. Lukacs. © 1 c. Feb. 
27, 1933: D 21029; William Lukacs 
and William Pomerantz. Albany. 

1199 

Radioland. See Maggie and Gertie, 
the scrubwomen of Radioland. 



Rape (The) of the moon; a romance 
of the ancient Incas (music-song- 
dance-drama-pantomine) in 3 acts, 
devised and staged, by Louise Ayer 
Le Gai [pseud, of M. L. Ayer] 
Text. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; D 
21046 ; Marie Louise Ayer. Chicago. 
1200 

Rattenfanger (Der) von Hameln ; 
marchenspiel in 4 bildern, text nach 
einer dichtung von Helene Scheu- 
Riesz. Fur die vertonung bearbeitet 
von Rud. St. Hoffmann, eng. iiber- 
setzung von Sylvia Spencer-Welch. 
Musik von Karl Weigh op. 24.. kla- 
vierauszug von dr. E. Simon. Wien. 
Leipzig, 1932. 55 p. fol. German 
and English texts. © Oct. 19. 1932 ; 
1 c. Dec. 5; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933; D 
2S390; Universal edition, a. g., 
Vienna. 1201 

Reason for dying ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Donald Bacardi [pseud, of D. 
Bacbart] © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933: D 
2103S ; Donald Bachart, Cleveland. 

1202 

Red gloves : a series of radio plays, by 
J. Conover, based upon idea by B. F. 
Cutter. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; D 
20992; Jean Conover. Chicago, and 
Belle Forbes Cutter, Park Ridtre. 111. 
1203 

Redeemer (The) liveth : a dramatic 
presentation for Easter, by Elsie 
Duncan Yale. Philadelphia. Pa.. 
1933. 12 p. 12mo. © Feb. 23. 
1933; 2 c. Feb. 25: D 21012: Hall- 
Mack co., Philadelphia. 1204 

Redshawler (The) (The gossiper) ; a 
tragedy in 1 act, by H. O. Russell. 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; D 20911 : Hilde- 
gard Ott Russell, Miami, Fla. 1205 

Release; a play in 1 act. by Amie 
Hampton Medary. Milwaukee. Wis. 
[1933] 14, [1] p. diagrs. Svo. © 
Feb. 1, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 6; D 2071 S; 
Morehouse pub. co., Milwaukee. 

1206 

Relentless (The) murderer; a 3-act 
mystery drama, by Dan Benson. © 
1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; D 21078; Donato 
Alfred Boccio, New Y'ork. 1207 

Repertory (A) of plays for a company 
of three players; v. 2 [by] Charles 
Rami Kennedy. Chicago. 111.. The 
University of Chicago press [1933] 
vii. 219 p. 8vo. Contents.— v. 2. Old 
nobody. — Crumbs. — Flaming minis- 
ters. © Jan. 10. 1933; 2 c. and aff. 
Jan. 27; A 59158; Charles Rami 
Kennedy. Millbrook, N.Y. 1207* 



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no. 2, 1933 



1227 



Revealing (The) moment, and other 
plays ; [by] Oscar W. Firkins. Min- 
neapolis, The University of Minne- 
sota press [1932] 4 p. 1., 301, [1] p. 
8vo. Contents. — The revealing mo- 
ment. — The columns.— Two great 
men and a small boy. — The unknown 
woman. — Tulip and Camellia. — The 
wave and the flame. — In a suburb of 
Paris. © Dec. 21, 1932 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1933 ; aff . Jan. 14 ; A 59153 ; Univer- 
sity of Minnesota, Minneapolis. 

1207** 

Ride : em cowboy ; an operetta for boys 
in 2 acts, book and lyrics by B. H. 
McNeil, music by M. Nightingale. © 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; D 28378; Mae 
Nightingale, Los Angeles, and Bea- 
trice Humiston McNeil, Hollywood, 
Calif. 1208 

Risk ; a play in 3 acts, by H. Bond. © 
1 c. Feb. 18, 1933; D 20894; Helen 
Bond, Lovilia, La. 1209 

Rival (The) hashhouses. See Death 
Valley days. 

Road (The) to every where ; Episodes 
1-10, a series of sketches, by M. C. 
Griffith. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; D 
20643; Marie Carolyn Griffith, Chi- 
cago. 1210 

Robert und Bertram ; posse mit gesang 
und tanz in 6 bildern (Nach Gustav 
Raeder) von Gunther Bibo und Al- 
fred Braun. In der inszenierung 
von Fritz Hirsch, musik von Karl 
Buchholz und Herbert Bergmann. 
Text. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; D 21049 ; 
Crescendo theaterverlag, g.m.b.h., 
Berlin. 1211 

Roosters in the morning; a play in 3 
acts, by R. G. Lisman. © 1 c. Jan. 
28, 1933; D 20768; Robert G. Lis- 
man, New York. 1212 

Rummelsburg (Die) ; eine lyrisch ro- 
mantische oper in 3 akten, frei nach 
dem Musaus marchen : Stumme liebe, 
dichtung und musik von C. Englert. 
Klavierauszug mit text. © 1 c. Jan. 
27, 1933; D 28389; Carl Englert, 
Munich. 1213 

Sal and Pat; no. 1, a radio comedy 
series, by E. Longstreth. © 1 c. Feb. 
16, 1933; D 20866; Edward Long- 
streth, New York. 1214 

Salted earth; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Elnora Chesterman. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1933 ; D 20605 ; Elnora Emily Ches- 
terman, San Francisco. 1215 



Sandy (McNab) & Otto (Googenslitz) 
in Neighborly neighbors ; a radio 
play in 13 episodes, by B. B. Doyle 
and R. E. Willis. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 
1933; D 20726; Bartle B. Doyle, 
New York, and Robert E. Willis, 
Richmond Hill, N. Y. 1216 

Satin cushion ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Leon Lord [pseud, of H. L. Hersom] 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; D 20959 ; Har- 
old Lester Hersom, Los Angeles. 

1217 

Scarlet blonde ; a drama, by Mary Jane 
Kane [pseud, of M. M. Cain] © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1933 ; D 20838 ; Myrtle Marie 
Cain, New York. 1218 

Scattered leaves ; a 1-act play, by 

Bruce Hazard [pseud, of F. Merritt] 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; D 20799; 

Frank Merritt, Saranac Lake, N. Y. 

1219 

School of love ; 1-act comedy, by A. 
Leveque. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; D 
21042 ; August Leveque, Fairhaven, 
1220 



Seal of the Don ; Episodes 1-24, a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by Eugene J. 
Carman and Richard Gerson. © 1 
c. Feb. 27, 1933 ; D 21023 ; Hancock 
oil co. of California, Long Beach, 
Calif. 1221 

See-saw Margery ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Sylvia Thorne. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; 
D 20902; Sylvia M. Thorne, Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 1222 

Sell it ; a comedy of Broadway and 
Long Island, by W. H. House. © 1 
c. Feb. 20, 1933; D 20900; William 
H. House, Chicago. 1223 

Seller (The) of purple; a 1-act play, 
by P. C. Jacobs. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1933; D 20645; Paul Cloyd Jacobs, 
Lima, O. 1224 

Senor la bullthrower ; a musical com- 
edy in 2 acts and a prologue, by F. 
F. Harris, music by Paul Smith. © 
1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; D 28392; Fred- 
erick Friendly Harris, Los Angeles. 
1225 

Sentence; a 1-act play, by A. Gersten- 
berg. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933 ; D 20871 ; 
Alice Gerstenberg, Chicago. 1226 

Sergeant Mack and Corporal Ed of 
the United States marines ; nos. 1-6, 
a series 1 of radio sketches, by L. E. 
McKuley. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; D 
20722; Lewis Emory McKuley, 
Washington. 1227 



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Pt. 



Shooting star ; a play in 3 acts, by N. 
Pierce and B. C. Schoenfeld. © 1 
c. Feb. 11, 1933; D 20795; Noel 
Pierce and Bernard Cutner Schoen- 
feld, New York. 1228 

Six chairs ; a 1-act play, by P. R. Siss- 

man. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; D 

20827 ; Paul R. Sissman, Pittsburgh. 

1229 

Skippy ; continuity nos. 283-312, a ser- 
ies of radio sketches, by Blackett- 
Sample-Hunimert, inc. © 1 c. each 
Feb. 1, 1933; D 20575-20604; 
Skippy, inc., McLean, Va. 

1230-1259 

Smokescreen ; a drama in 1 act [in- 
cluding new matter] by Robert 
Kasper. Chicago, The Dramatic 
publishing company [1933] 32 p. 
diagrs. 12mo. © Feb. 21, 1933; 2 
c. Feb. 25 ; L> 20985 ; Robert A. Kas- 
per, Sawyer, Mich. 1260 

Society. See Modern Baron Munchau- 
sen. 

Society cracksman. See Velvet fin- 
gers. 

Some find lovers; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by E. Malsch. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1933 ; 
D 20849; Edmund Malsch, New 
York. 1261 

Song (The) of songs; arranged con- 
jecturally as a lyrical drama to- 
gether with an interpretative intro- 
duction and expository notes, by 
John L. Patterson. Louisville, Ky., 
1932. iv, 40 p. 8vo. © Nov. 16, 
1932 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 17, 1933 ; A 
58926; Standard printing co., inc., 
Louisville, Ky. 1261* 

Sorority hi-lights; Episodes 1-6, a 
play, by R. C. Wilk. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1933; D 20970; Ruth Caroline 
Wilk, Chicago. 1262 

Sox-appeal Sally; part 1 of dramatic 
sketch, by E. V. Tewksbury. © 1 
c. Feb. 6, 1933; D 21045; Edith 
Viola Tewksbury, Medford, Mass. 

1263 

Special agent five ; a series of radio 
sketches, official story by George F. 
Zimmer, dramatization by Finis 
Farr and Gregory Williamson. Ep- 
isode 15. The twenty year clue, pts. 
1, 2. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933 ; D 20634 ; 
Lord & Thomas, New York. 1264 

Episode 16. Murders at 

sea, pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933 ; D 

20736; Lord & Thomas, New York. 

1265 



Episode 17. Killers at 

large, pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1933; D 20926; Lord and Thomas, 
New York. 1266 

Spinnstube ; Szekely fon6, ein ungar- 
isches lebensbild aus Siebenbiirgen, 
daljatek 1 felvonasban [irta] Zolt&n 
Kodaly, deutscher text von dr. 
Benedikt Szabolcsi. Klavierauszug 
mit text vom komponisten. Zon- 
gorakivonat szoveggel a szerzotol. 
Wien, Leipzig, 1932. 1 p. 1., 122 p. 
fol. Hungarian and German texts. 
© Jan. 3, 1933; 1 c. Feb. 17; D 
28399; Universal-edition a.g., Vien- 
na. 1267 

Spinoza ; a play in 3 acts, by D. N. 
Nicholson. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933; D 
20735 : Demetrius N. Nicholson, 
Binghampton, N. Y. 1268 

Spinster Susan Sunshine; Sketch 1, 
a series of dialogue sketches for 
radio, by B. M. Siegel. © 1 c. Jan. 
24, 1933 ; D 20748 ; Bertha M. Siegel, 
Glen Cove, L. I., N. Y. 1269 

Sporting (The) woman; a comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by C. J. Meunier. 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; D 20707 ; Chris- 
tian Joseph Meunier, New Orleans. 
1270 

Station D. im Eismeer ; horspiel von 
Hanns Braun. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1933; D 21053; Hanns Braun, 
Munich. 1271 

Stepping out ; a farce-comedy in 3 acts, 
by Bertram Hobbs- [i. e. S. B. Hobbs] 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; D 20766; Ste- 
phen Bertram Hobbs, Lynbrook, L. 
I., N. Y. 1272 

Story (The) of Knute and Lars. See 
America's children. 

Strange (The) case of Mr. Electric 
Range; a play in 2 acts with a pro- 
logue, by H. P. Hoheisel. © 1 c. 
Feb. 1. 1933; D 20612; Henry Paul 
Hoheisel, Oklahoma City. 1273 

Strange company ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by L. Mill and J. E. Meredith. © 
1 c. Feb. 18. 1933; D 20S95; Law- 
rence Mill and Jules E. Meredith. 
Philadelphia. 1274 

Strange schnozzlude; a jungle satire 
in 1 act, by J. J. Bourke. © 1 c. 
Feb. 28, 1933; D 21068; John J. 
Bourke, Brooklyn. 1275 

Stray leaves: a play with a prologue 
in 3 acts, by R. M. Ewing. © 1 c. 
Feb. 28, 1933; D 21077: Robert Mar- 
tin Ewing, New York. 1270 



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no. 2, 1933 



1306 



Street corner; a tragedy in 1 act, by 
D. F. Stoner. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933 ; 
D 20848; Don Franklyn Stoner, 
Pasadena. 1277 

Strike (The) ; a sketch, by N. 
Schaumburger. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1932; D 20649; Norman Schaum- 
burger, New York. 1278 

Strike me pink; a play in 2 acts, by 
L. Brown and R. Henderson. © 1 
c. Feb. 23, 1933; D 20957; Lew 
Brown and Ray Henderson, New 
York. 1279 

Strollin' along; a sketch in 1 act, by 
J. P. Heald. New York [1933] 
17 p. 12mo. © Feb. 20, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 23; D 20945; Fitzgerald pub. 
corp., New York. 1280 

Studentenprinz (Der) ; singspiel in 3 
akten von Dorothy Donnelly, 
tibertragung von Rudolph Schanzer 
und Ernst Welisch, musik von Sig- 
mund Romberg mit einlagen von 
Michael Krausz. Berlin, 1932. 
124 p. diagrs. 8vo. Regie-und 
soufflierbuch. Text. © Nov. 25, 
1932; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; D 20613; 
Charivari musikverlag, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 1281 

Stumme liebe. See Rummelsburg 
(Die) 

Sunny out-wits the Rajah. See Sun- 
shine discoverer's club. 

Sunshine alley ; Episode no. 1, 2, a 
radio serial, by E. Longstreth. © 
1 c. each, Feb. 16, 1933; D 20869, 
20870; Edward Longstreth, New 
York. 1282, 1283 

Sunshine (The) discoverer's club; a 
series of radio sketches, by R. 
Mario. Script no. 1. The mystery 
of the Madagascar. © 1 e. Feb. 4, 
1933; D 20770; Raoul Mario, New 
York. 1284 

Script no. 2. Sunny out- 
wits the Rajah. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 
1933; D 20771; Raoul Mario, New 
York. 1285 

■ Script no. 3. Easter 

island. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; D 
20772; Raoul Mario, New York. 

1286 

Surprise party ; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. Varon. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; D 
20662; Henrietta Varon, New 
Brighton, N. Y. 1287 

Sweet (A) mama wanted; by H. Pat- 
ten. © 1 c. Feb. 20. 1933; D 



20909; Helene Patten, New York. 
1288 

Sweetheart (The) of the mountains; 
a sketch, by M. N. Klinker. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933; D 20767; Myrtle Nell 
Klinker, Huntington, Park, Calif. 

1289 



Szekely fono. 



Spinnstube. 



Tango um mitternacht; perette in 3 
akten und einem vorspiel von Stefan 
Bekeffi und Laszlo Vadnai. 
Deutsche bearbeitung und gesangs- 
texte von Wilhelm Sterk, vollstandi- 
ger klavierauszug mit text [und 
musik von] Karl Komjati. Leipzig, 
Berlin, Wien, Budapest, 1932. 2 v. 
[Libretto] 4to. [Vocal score] fol. 
Soufflier- und regiebuch. © Sept. 
30, 1932; 1 c. Oct. 22; D 28364; 
Josef Weinberger, Vienna, and 
Franz Bard & sohn, Budapest. 

1290 

Tarzan of the apes ; Episodes nos. 
101-110, a series of radio sketches, 
by Edgar Rice Burroughs. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 20, 1933 j. D 20932-20941; 
Edgar Rice Burroughs, inc., Tar- 
zana, Calif. 1291-1300 

Ten-minute alibi; a play in 3 acts, by 
Anthony Armstrong [pseud, of A. 
A. Willis] © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1933; D 
20825; Anthony Armstrong Willis, 
London. 1301 

They never learn ; a comedy in 3 acts, 

by M. Ling. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; 

D 20824; Milton Ling, New York. 

1302 

They're none of them perfect ; a play 
in 1 act, by Sophie Kerr [i. e. S. K. 
Underwood] © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; 
D 20664; Sophie Kerr Underwood, 
New York. 1303 

Things ; a story in 1 act, by G. H. 
Blood. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933; D 
20708; Grace H. Blood, Manchester, 
N. H. 1304 

This new deal; a play in 3 acts, by 
G. F. Gibbs, jr. and M. M. Sulkes. 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933; D 20842; 
George F. Gibbs, jr., and M. Mark 
Sulkes, Rosemont, Pa. 1305 

Those Esmonds; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Mathild and Theodore Ferro. © 
1 c. Feb, 8, 1933; D 20738; Mathild 
Ferro and Theodore Ferro, New 
York. 1306 

Throw the dog a bone ; a play in 2 
acts, by R. A. Porter. © 1 c. Feb. 



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1307 



pt. i, n. s., v. 



Throw the dog a bone — Continued. 
16, 1933 ; D 20880 ; Rose Albert Por- 
ter, New York. 1307 

Topsy and Eva in the cabin ; a 1-act 
comedy, by A. Strawn. © 1 c. Feb. 
9, 1933; D 20920; Arthur Strawn, 
New York. 1308 

Touch me without touching me ; a 
comedy in 3 acts, by H. M. Laff. 
© 1 e. Feb. 10, 1933; D 20798; 
Harry Merrill Laff, Los Angeles. 

1309 

Tourists accomodated ; a play in 6 
scenes, by Dorothy Canfleld [i. e. 
D. C. Fisher] © 1 c. Nov. 5, 1932 ; 
D 20744; Dorothy Canfield Fisher, 
Arlington, Mass. 1310 

Trade winds; a play in 3 acts, by E. 
Clapham. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; D 
20666; Emilia Clapham, Berkelev. 
Calif. 1311 

Tradesman (The) enslaved by the 
racqueteers. See Humanity incor- 
porated. 

Transformed ; a play in 3 acts, by 
B. H. Hancock. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1933 ; D 20967 ; Bushrod Henry Han- 
cock, Los Angeles. 1312 

Transplanted ; a play in 1 act, by 

S. Szekely. © 1 e. Feb. 25, 1933; 

D 20993; Sari Szekely, Milwaukee. 

1313 

Tricheurs (Les) ; piece en 3 actes de 
Steve Passeur [pseud, of E. Morin] 
(In Les CEuvres libres, no. 136) © 
Oct. 1, 1932; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; D 
20311; Etienne Morin, Paris. 1314 

Trouble at suite no. 16. See Milligan 
and Mulligan. 

Troupers astray ; a sketch, by I. 
Forbes. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; D 
20891 ; Ian Forbes, Conshohocken, 
Pa. 1315 

Twenty year clue. See Special agent 
five. 

Twilight zone; a drama in 1 act, by 
A. Herbstreit. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933 ; 
D 20987; Adolph Herbstreit, Mil- 
waukee. 1316 

Twin wives; a comedy in 3 acts and 
epilogue, by B. Boyd. © 1 c. Feb. 
24, 1933; D 20980; Brewster Boyd, 
West New Brighton, N. Y. 1317 

Two for tonight; a comedy-melodrama 
in 3 acts, by John B. Larric, Ber- 
ton Braley and G. B. Hill. © 1 c. 



Feb. 3, 1933; D 20655; George B. 
Hill, New York. 1318 

Uncle Balthazar ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Hagop H. Baronian, translated 
from the Armenian, by Errant D. 
Megerditchian. Boston, Van press 
[1933] 3 p. 1., v-x p., 1 1., 13-11S 
p. 12mo. © Feb. 3, 1933; 2 c. 
Feb. 6; D 20860; Ervant D. Meger- 
ditchian, Boston. 1319 

Unconscious ether ; a broadcast to end 
all broadcasts, by George Overton 
Riggs, musical arrangement by 
Beatrice Ayer Patton. New York 
[1933] 38 p. 12mo. Contains 
music. © Feb. 14, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 
15; D 20859; Fitzgerald pub. Corp.. 
New York. 1320 

Under ether; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
W. P. Smith and S. L. Bloom. © 
1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; D 20S04 : Wil- 
liam P. Smith and Seymour L. 
Bloom, New York. 1321 

Velvet fingers ; a mystery play in 3 
acts, by J. Menchen, adapted from 
Society cracksman, by E. W. Hor- 
nung and J. Menchen. © 1 c. Feb. 
15, 1933; D 20850; Joseph Men- 
chen, Los Angeles. 1322 

Venigma ; a drama in 5 acts and pro- 
logue, by Bii Grail [pseud, of H. E. 
Williams] © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; D 
20663; Harold Everlyn Williams, 
South Poland. Me. 1323 

Verse and reverse ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by William Ellis Jones. New York 
[1933] 95 p. 12mo. © Feb. 7, 
1933; 2 c. Feb. 8; D 20733; Fitz- 
gerald pub. corp., New York. 1324 

Vessels departing; a play in 3 acts, 

by E. Williams. © 1 c. Felt. 28, 

1933: D 21067; Emlyn Williams. 

New York. 1325 

Via matrimony. See Marriage, inc. 

Vilaine (Une) femme; piece en 3 
actes, par Steve Passeur [pseud, of 
E. Morin] © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933; 
D 21057; Etienne Morin, Paris. 

1326 

Village (The) barber shop; a dra- 
matic comedy, by J. D. Murphy and 
C. A. Loder. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933; 
D 20709 ; Chas. A. Loder, New York. 
1327 

Viol (Le) de Lucrece. See Lucrece. 

Viper house; a play in 3 acts, by 
Young Varick [pseud, of R. V. 
Steele] © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1933; D 



58 



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no. 2, 1933 



1353 



; Robert V. Steele, Astoria, 
L. I., N. Y. 1328 

Voice (The) of the garden; an Easter 
pageant by Verna Whinery, music 
by I. H. Meredith, New York, 1933. 
16 p. 8vo. © Jan. 23, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Jan 30; D 28387; Tullar-Meredith 
co., New York. 1329 

Voice (The) of the past, introducing 
the gentleman of 1813. Episodes 1, 
2. What happened to young 
America, a radio program, by R. 
Buzzaird. [Bloomington, ind., 1932] 
fold, sheet, fol. © Nov. 14, 15, 
1932; 1 c. each Dec. 3, 1932. 1 c. 
each Jan. 5, 1933; D 20786, 20787; 
Raleigh Buzzaird, Bloomington, Ind. 
1330, 1331 

Waiting for prosperity; a comedy in 
3 acts, by A. Caplin. © 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1933 ; D 20839 ; Aron Caplin, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
changes] 1332 

War ; a drama in 3 acts, by D. Sloane. 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933 ; D 20755 ; Doug- 
las Sloane, Newtonville, Mass. 1333 

Week-end (The) of a pirate; a play 
in 3 acts, by A. E. Robinson ; © 1 c. 
Feb. 6, 1933; D 20711; Albert Earl 
Robinson, Kansas City, Mo. 1334 

Well (The) of the saints ; [in 3 acts] 
by John M. Synge. (In plays, by 
John M. Synge. London, George 
Allen & Unwin, ltd. [1932] 4 p. 1, 
viii, [2], [ll]-350, [1] p. 12mo.) 
© Dec. 2, 1932 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1933 ; 
D 20984; Edward Synge and Fran- 
cis Edmund Stephens, Dublin, 
I. F. S. 1335 

Welt (Die) auf dem monde ; komische 
oper in einem vorspiel und 2 akten 
[von] Joseph Haydn. Text frei nach 
Goldoni von Wilhelm M. Treichling- 
er, musikalische bearbeitung von 
Mark Lothar. Klavierauszug mit 
text. Berlin, 1932. 242, [1] p. fol. 
© Nov. 5, 1932; 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; 
D 28384 ; Edition Adler, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 1336 

West (The) side; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. W. Davis. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933 ; 
D 20841; William W. Davis, Ton- 
kawa, Okl. 1337 

What happened to young America. 
See Voice (The) of the past. 

Wheatenaville ; Script nos. [81]-109, 
a radio serial, by R. Knight. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 24, 1933; D 20974-20979; 



Wheatena Corp., Rahway, N. J., and 
Raymond Knight, New York. 

1338-1343 

Wheels (The) of justice turn in Hop- 
toad Center; a burlesque trial, by 
Arthur LeRoy Kaser. New York 
[1933] 25 p. 12mo. © Feb. 9, 
1933; 2 c. Feb. 10; D 20783; Fitz- 
gerald pub. Corp., New York. 1344 

When Irish eyes are smiling; a com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Robert S. Schim- 
mel. New York [1933] 108 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Feb. 9, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 10; D 21081; Fitzgerald pub. 
Corp., New York. 1345 

When the sun rises; a play in 1 act, 
by Dorothy C. Allan. New York 
[1933] 15 p. 12mo. © Feb. 9, 
1933: 2 c. Feb. 10; D 20784; Fitz- 
gerald pub. corp., New York. 1346 

Wind (The) in the chimney; a 1-act 
play, by Grace Barton Allen [i. e. 
G. B. A. Cook] © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1933 ; 
D 20852; Grace Barton Allen Cook, 
Cranford, N. J. 1347 

Winesburg, Ohio; a drama in 3 acts, 
adapted from Sherwood Anderson's 
novel of the same name, by A. Bar- 
ton. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; D 21036 ; 
Arthur Barton, New York. 1348 

Wings of a century ; the romance of 
transport in America, by E. Hunger- 
ford. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933 ; D 2O803 ; 
Edward Hungerford, New York. 

1349 

Woman (The) tells; a sketch, by I. H. 
Woolley. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933; D 
20713; Ivy Houtz Woolley, Ogden. 
Utah. 1350 

Woman's (A) love; a play in 1 act, 
by J. R. De River. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933 ; D 20950 ; Jessie Ross de River, 
San Francisco. 1351 

Women land on their feet (Men love 
women) ; a comedy by M. Pember- 
ton. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933 ; D 20981 ; 
Murdock Pemberton, New York. 

1352 

Woodsman (The) ; Broadcasts 1-4, a 
radio program for outdoor boys and 
girls, by A. H. Povah. © 1 c. Jan. 
27, 1933; D 20846; Alfred Hubert 
Povah, Highland Park, Mich. 1353 

World drama; ... an anthology edit- 
ed by Barrett H. Clark. New York, 
London, D. Anpleton and company, 
1933. 2 v. 8vo. Contents— v. 1. 
Ancient Greece, Rome, India, China, 
Japan : Medieval Europe, and Eng- 



59 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 6, no. 2, 1933 



World drama — Continued. 

land. — v. 2. Italy, Spain, France, 
Germany, Denmark, Russia and 
Norway. © Jan. 31, 1933 ; 2 c each 
and affs. Feb. 2; A 60118, 60119; 
Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, 
N. Y. 1353* 

Wunder in Amerika ; schauspiel in 5 
akten von Ernst Toller und Her- 
mann Kesten. ©lc. Jan. 31, 1933 ; 
D 20662; Gustav Kiepenheuer biih- 
nenvertriebs g. m. b. h., Berlin. 

1354 

You never know till you try ; a f arce- 
comedy in 3 acts, by Lewis Beach 
[pseud, of E. L. Beach jr.] © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1933 ; D 20660 ; Emmet Lewis 
Beach, jr., Saginaw, Mich. 1355 

Youki ; piece en 3 actes de Felix Gan- 
dera [pseud, of F. Pensieri] © 1 c. 
Jan. 31. 1933; D 20626; Felix Pen- 
sieri, Paris. 1356 

Young (The) man who lost at cards. 
See Humanity incorporated. 

Youth's quest for the Holy Grail; a 
service of dramatic worship by the 



Rev. E. Harvey Herring. Milwau- 
kee. Wis. [1933] 27, [1] p., 1 1. 8vo. 
© Feb. 1, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; D 20732 ; 
Morehouse pub. co. Milwaukee. 1357 

3 et une; ou, Le miroir ft 3 faces, 
piece en 3 actes, de D. Amiel. © 1 
c. Jan. 31, 1933; D 20627; Denys 
Amiel, Paris. 1358 

22nd (The) amendment; a sketch, by 
N. Schaumburger. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1933 ; D 20875 ; Norman Schaumbur- 
ger, New York. 1359 

77 lodole e un marito; commedia bril- 
liantissima in 3 atti [di] Giulio Buc- 
ciolini e Luigi Ugolini, musica di 
Alfredo Cuscina. Firenze, 1932. 1 
p. 1., 34 p. fol. © Oct. 15, 1932; 
1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; D 28397; Sapo- 
retti & Cappelli, Florence, Italy. 

1360 

1950 (The) auto show; a sketch, by 
N. Schaumburger. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1933 ; D 20874 ; Norman Schaumbur- 
ger. New York. 1361 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalogue since 
Jan. 1, 1933 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 965 unpublished) 1,093 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages 63 

Drama tico-musical compositions (including 17 unpublished) 30 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages 7 

Total 1, 193 



60 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 
1909 [1361 



Abyssinia ; a musical comedy in 6 
scenes, book and lyrics by J. A. 
Shipp and Alex Rogers, music by 
Will Marion Cook. © Lavinia Rog- 
ers, Brooklyn, as the widow of one of 
the authors of the book and lyrics. 
R 23093, Jan. 19, 1933. 1 

Arms and the man. See Plays, pleas- 
ant and unpleasant. 

Candida. See Plays, pleasant and un- 
pleasant. 

Erreur (Une) judiciare; piece en 1 
acte, par Ch. Esquier et Pharnel. © 
Charles Esquier, Paris, as one of the 
authors. R 22977, Jan. 4, 1933. 2 

Man (The) of destiny. See Plays, 
pleasant and unpleasant. 

Mrs. Warren's profession. See Plays, 
pleasant and unpleasant. 



Philanderer (The) See Plays 
ant and unpleasant. 



pleas- 



Plays, pleasant and unpleasant ; v. 1, 2, 
by G. B. Shaw. Contents.— v. 1. 
Containing the three unpleasant 
plays : Widower's houses. — The phil- 
anderer. — Mrs. Warren's profes- 
sion. — v. 2.. Containing the four 
pleasant plays: Arms and the 
man. — Candida. — The man of des~- 
tiny. — You never can tell. © 
George Bernard Shaw, London, as 
the author. R. 23418, 23419, each 
Jan. 6, 1933. 3 

Queen of the convicts ; a comedy- 
drama in 4 acts, by Theodor 
Kremer. © Junior Straussman, 
Asbury Park, N. J., as the executor. 
R 23145, Jan. 20, 1933. 4 

Same. R. 23146, Jan. 20, 

1933. 5 

Widower's houses. See Plays, pleas- 
ant and unpleasant. 

You never can tell. See Plays, pleas- 
ant and unpleasant. 



61 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Abe Lyman & band; no. 1485, direct- 
ed by Joseph Henabery. Reel. © 
Feb. 24, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 24: M 3839; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 1362 

Africa speaks English ; no. 1482 ; story 
by Burnet Hershey, directed by Roy 
Mack. Reel. © Feb. 6, 1933; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 7 ; L 3638 ; Vi- 
taphone Corp., New York. 1363 

Ain't she sweet ; animated by Seymour 
Kneitel and Thomas Johnson, di- 
rected by Dave Fleischer. Reel. © 
Feb. 3, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 2; descrip- 
tion Feb. 4; M 3S0O; Paramount 
publix Corp., New York. 1364 

Alias the professor; story by James 
W. Home and George Stevens, di- 
rected by James W. Home. 2 reels. 
© Jan. 16, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 15; de- 
scription Feb. 17; L 3661; Univer- 
sal pictures Corp., New York. 1365 

Animal (The) kingdom; from the 
play by Philip Barry, screen play 
by Horace Jackson, directed by Ed- 
ward H. Griffith. 9 reels. © Dec. 
23. 1932; 2 c. and description Feb. 
10, 1933; L 3643; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 1366 

Be like me ; written and directed by 
Aubrey Scotto. Reel. © Feb. 16, 
1933 : 2 c. Feb. 16 ; description Feb. 
17; L 3659; Paramount publix corp-, 
New York. 1367 

Beyond Bengal ; written and directed 
by Harry Schenck. 7 reels. © 
Feb. 7, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Feb, 15; M 3821; Harry Schenck, 
New York. 1368 

Blondie Johnson ; story and screen 
play by Earl Baldwin, directed by 
Ray Enright. 7 reels. © Feb. 13. 
1933 : 2 c. and description Feb. 13 ; 
L 3644 ; First national pictures, inc., 
New York. 1369 

Bone crushers ; narrator Paul Gerard 
Smith, directed by Ward Wing. (A 
Sports champion picture) Reel. 
© Feb. 6, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 



tion Feb. 6; M 3803; Metro-Gold- 
wyn-Mayer distributing Corp., New 
York. 1370 

Bosko the drawback. Reel. © Feb. 
24, 1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 
24; M 3840; Warner bros. pictures, 
inc., New York. 1371 

Bosko's dizzy date. Reel. © Feb. 6, 
1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 7; 
M 3806; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 1372 

Broadway bad; story by William R. 
Lipman and A. W. Pezet, screen 
play by Arthur Kober and Maude 
Fulton, directed by Sidney Lanfield. 
7 reels. © Feb. 7, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 20; L 3667; Fox 
film corp., New York. 1373 

Bugs and books; by John Foster and 
Mannie Davis. (No. 9 of Aesop's 
sound fable) Reel. © Dec. 30, 
1932; 2 c. and description Feb. 2, 
1933; M 3797; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 1374 

Build-up (The) ; no 1444-45, story by 
Jack Henley and Glen Lambert, di- 
rected by Alf Goulding. 2 reels. 
© Feb. 13, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Feb. 14; L 3651; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 1375 

Bye-gones; no. 1501-02, story by Glen 
Lambert and Jack Henley, directed 
by Alf Goulding. 2 reels. © Feb. 
13, 1933 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 
14; L 3649; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 1376 

Campus codes; screen play by Dick 
Smith, dialogue by Darrell Ware, 
directed by Fred Guiol. 2 reels. © 
.Tan. 23, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 23; descrip- 
tion Feb. 14 ; L 3648 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp. & Nat Ross, New York. 
1377 

Canine thrills; directed by Jack Ea- 
ton. (A. Sports-eye-view) Reel. 
© Feb. 3, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 2 ; descrip- 
tion Feb. 6; M 3S05 ; Paramount 
publix corp., New York. 1378 

Canon walls. See Smoke lightning. 



G2 



MOTION PICTURES 



no. 2, 1933 



1395 



Cat-fish (A) romance; by John Fos- 
ter and Mannie Davis. (No. 3 of 
Aesop's sound fable) Reel. © 
Oct. 7, 1932; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 7, 1933; M 3809; RKO-radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 1379 

Cavalcade; by Noel Coward, screen 
play by Reginald Berkeley, contin- 
uity by Sonya Levien, directed by 
Frank Lloyd. 12 reels. © Jan. 4, 
1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 20; 
L 3666; Fox film Corp., New York. 
1380 

Cheyenne (The) kid; from the story 
Sir Piegan passes by W. C. Tuttle, 
screen play by Jack Curtis, direct- 
ed by Robert Hill. 6 reels. © Jan. 
20, 1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 
1 ; L 3616 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 1381 

Crime (The) of the century ; from the 
play The Grootman case by Walter 
Maria Espe, screen play by Florence 
Ryerson and Brian Marlow, direct- 
ed by William Beaudine. 8 reels. 
© Feb. 23, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; de- 
scription Feb. 24; L 3679; Para- 
mount productions, inc., New York. 
1382 

Curse (The) of a broken heart; story 
and dialogue by Al Martin, directed 
by Lester Neilson. 2 reels. © Feb. 
9, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 9; description 
Feb. 15; L 3652; Columbia pictures 
Corp., New York. 1383 

Dance of the millions. See Parole 
girl. 

Dangerously yours; story by Paul 
Hervey Fox, screen play by Horace 
Jackson, directed by Frank Tuttle. 
8 reels. © Jan. 16, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 3 ; L 3624 ; Fox film 
Corp., New York. 1384 

Easy on the eyes; directed by George 
Marshall. 2 reels. © Feb. 16, 
1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16 ; description Feb. 
17 ; L 3660 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 1385 

Eternal (The) Jew; by Abraham 
Armband. © title, description and 
10 prints reed. Feb. 28, 1933; L 
3691; Jewish talking picture co., 
inc., New York. 1386 

False faces; screen play by Kubec 
Glasmon and Llewelyn Hughes, di- 
rected by Lowell Sherman. 9 reels. 
© Oct. 13, 1932; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1933; 
description Jan. 17: L 3678; World 
wide pictures, inc., New York. 1387 



Fighting (The) champ ; story by 
Wellyn Totman, directed by John 
P. McCarthy. 6 reels. © Feb. 13, 
1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 13 ; description Feb. 
14; L 3647; Monogram pictures 
corp. r New York. 1388 

From hell to heaven; based on a 
drama by Lawrence Hazard, screen 
play by Percy Heath and Sidney 
Buchman, directed by Erie C. Ken- 
ton. 7 reels. © Feb. 24, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 24; description Feb. 25; L 
3681 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
New York. 1389 

Gambling sex; story, continuity and 
dialogue by F. McGrew Willis, di- 
rected by Fred Newmeyer. 7 reels. 
© Nov. 25, 1932; 2 e. and descrip- 
tion Feb. 20, 1933 ; L 3663 ; Freuler 
film associates, inc., New York. 

1390 

Goldie gets along; from the book by 
Hawthorne Hurst, screen play by 
William A. Drake, directed by Mal- 
colm St. Clair. 7 reels. © Jan. 27, 
1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 1; 
L 3618 ; King motion pictures, inc., 
New York. 1391 

Goose (The) woman. See Past 
(The) of Mary Holmes. 

Grand slam ; based on the novel by 
B. Russell Herts, screen play by 
Erwin Gelsey and David Boehm, 
directed by William Dieterle. 7 
reels. © Feb. 24, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 24; L 3675; First 
national pictures, inc., New York. 

1392 

Grootman (The) case. See Crime 
(The) of the century. 

Guilty or not guilty; story continuity 
and dialogue by Frances Hyland, 
directed by Albert Ray. 7 reels. © 
Feb. 1. 1933; 2 c. Feb. 1; descrip- 
tion Feb. 3 ; L 3621 ; Monogram pic- 
tures corp., New York. 1393 

Hallelujah I'm a bum ; based on an 
original story by Ben Hecht, screen 
play by S. N. Behrman, directed by 
Lewis Milestone. 9 reels. © Feb. 
6, 1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 
20 ; L 3665 ; Feature productions, 
inc., New York. 1394 

Hard to handle ; based on the original 
story by Houston Branch, screen 
play by Wilson Mizner and Robert 
Lord^ directed by Mervyn LeRoy. 
9 reels. © Feb. 3, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 3 ; L 3622 ; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 1395 



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Haunted gold; screen play and dia- 
logue by Adele Buffington, directed 
by Mack V. Wright. 6 reels. © 
Feb. 7, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 7; L 3635; Vitagraph, inc., 
New York. 1396 

Hello, everybody ! ; from a story by 
Fannie Hurst, screen play by Dor- 
othy Yost and Lawrence Hazard, 
directed by William A. Seiter. 7 
reels. © Feb. 16, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 
16; description Feb. 17; L 3657; 
Paramount productions, inc.. New 
York. 1397 

Here, prince; no. 1455-56, story by 
Burnet Hershey and A. Dorian Ot- 
vos, directed by Joseph Henabery. 
2 reels. © Feb. 21, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 21; L 3672; Vita- 
phone Corp., New York. 1398 

High spots of the Far East; no. 1429. 
Reel. © Feb. 6, 1933 ; 2 c and de- 
scription Feb. 9 ; M 3811 ; Vitaplione 
corp., New York. 1399 

Hodge-podge; no. 105, Skipping about 
the universe. Reel. © Feb. 12, 
1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 13; 
M 3816; Lyman H. Howe films co.. 
inc., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 1400 

Hold-up (The) ; story by Andy Rice 
and Sig Herzig, directed by Monte 
Brice. (No. 3 of Morton Downey) 
2 reels. © Jan. 24, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 
31; description Jan. 25; L 3614; 
Universal pictures corp., New York. 
1401 

Hollywood on parade; no. 7. Reel. 
© Feb. 13, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Feb. 13; M 3817; Paramount 
publix corp., New York. 1402 

Hollywood premiere; story by Murray 
Roth and Stanley Rauh, directed by 
Murray Roth. 2 reels. © Feb. 6, 
1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 6; 
L 3632; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer dis- 
tributing corp., New York. 1403 

How's tricks ; no. 1490 ; directed by 

Roy Mack. Reel. © Feb. 25, 

1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 27; 

L 3682 ; Vitaplione Corp., New York. 

1404 

Humanity; from the story The Road 
to heaven by Harry Fried, screen 
play by Bradley King, directed by 
John Francis Dillon. 8 reels. © 
Feb. 11, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 27; L 3686; Fox film corp., 
NeAV York. 1405 



I don't want to know who you are. 
See Ich will nicht wissen wer du 
bist. 

I know everybody and everybody's 
racket; story by Mark Hellinger, 
directed by Monte Brice. (No. 1 of 
Walter Winchell) 2 reels. © Jan. 
28, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 31; description 
Jan. 30 ; L 3615 ; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 1406 

Ich will nicht wissen wer du bist! (I 
don't want to know who you are ! ) ; 
story by Ernest Marischka and Gus- 
tav Holm, English titles adapted by 
Michael L. Simmons, directed by 
Geza von Bolvary. 10 reels. © 
Feb. 18, 1933 ; 1 c. Feb. 20 ; 1 c. Feb. 
23; description Feb. 20; L 3673; 
Interworld productions, inc., New 
York. 1407 

Infernal machine; novel by Carl Slo- 
boda, screen play by Arthur Kober, 
directed by Marcel Varnel. 7 reels. 
© Jan. 27, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Feb. 7 ; L 3636 ; Fox film Corp., 
New York. 1408 

Is my palm read ; directed by Dave 
Fleischer. Reel. © Feb. 16, 1933; 
2 c. Feb. 16; description Feb. 17; 
M 3829 ; Paramount publix corp.. 
New York. 1409 

Just a woman. See No other woman. 

King's (The) vacation; based on the 
story by Ernest Pascal, screen play 
and dialogue by Ernest Pascal and 
Maude T. Howell, directed by John 
G. Adolfi. 7 reels. © Feb. 24, 
1933: 2 c. and description Feb. 24; 
L 3674; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. 
New York. 1410 

Lady (The) See Secret (The) of 
Madame Blanche. 

Loops ! my dear ; story by Harry 
Sweet. Hugh Cummings and Bur- 
gess Bell, directed by Bert Gilroy. 
2 reels. © Jan. 6, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 13; L 3646; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 

1411 

Lost (The) special; chapter 12, Retri- 
bution, by Sir Arthur Conau Doyle, 
screen play by Ella O'Neill. George 
Plympton, Basil Dickey and George 
Morgan, directed by Henry McRae. 
2 reels. © Jan. 31, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 
2; description Feb. 1; L 3619; Uni- 
versal pictures corp., New York. 

1412 



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1436, 



Love thy neighbor; no. 1380, story by 
Glen Lambert, directed by Alf 
Goulding. Reel. © Feb. 13, 1933; 
2 c. and description F6b. 28; L 
3690; Vitaphone Corp., New York. 

1413 

Lucky devils ; story by Casey Robin- 
son and Bob Rose, screen play and 
dialogue by Agnes Christine Johns- 
ton and Ben Markson, directed by 
Ralph Ince. 7 reels. © Feb. 3, 
1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 17; 
L 3656; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 1414 

Lucky Larigan ; story and adaptation 
by John P. McCarthy and Wellyn 
Totman, directed by John P. 
McCarthy. 6 reels. © Feb. 7, 
1933; 2 c. Feb. 7; description Feb. 
8 ; L 3639 ; Monogram pictures Corp., 
New York. 1415 

Luxury liner ; based on a novel by 
Gina Kaus, screen play by Gene 
Markey and Kathryn Scola, directed 
by Lothar Mendes. 7 reels. © 
Feb. 3, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 2; descrip- 
tion Feb. 4; L 3627; Paramount 
productions, inc., New York. 1416 

Mad (The) doctor. (No. U. A. 9 of 
Mickey Mouse) Reel. © Jan. 4, 
1933; 2 c. Feb. 6; description Feb. 
7; M 3807; Walt Disney produc- 
tions, ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 1417 

Men must fight; from the play by 
Reginald Lawrence and S. K. 
Lauren, screen play by C. Gardner 
Sullivan, directed by Edgar Selwyn. 
8 reels. © Feb. 20, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 20; L 3669; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer distributing corp., 
New York. 1418 

Mickey's ape man ; by Empire pictures 
Corp., story by Earl Montgomery, di- 
rected by J. A. Duffy. 2 reels. © 
Feb. 1, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 2; L 3620; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 1419 

Mystery of the wax museum; from 
the story by Charles S. Belden, 
screen play by Don Mullaly and 
Carl Erickson, direction by Michael 
Curtiz. 8 reels. © Feb. 3, 1933; 
2 c. and description Feb. 3, L 3623 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 1420 

Nature in the wrong. (A Charley 
Chase comedy) 2 reels. © Feb. 
27. 1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 
27; L 3685; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
distributing Corp., New York. 1421 



No other woman ; from the play Just 
a woman by Eugene Walter, and a 
story by Owen Francis, screen play 
by Wanda Tuchock and Bernard 
Schubert, directed by J. Walter Ru- 
ben. 6 reels. © Jan. 6, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 1; L 3617; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
1422 

Norway, land of the midnight sun ; 
compiled by James A. FitzPatrick. 
(FitzPatrick traveltalk) Reel. © 
Feb. 20, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 20; M 3831; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer distributing Corp., New York. 
1423 

Our bird citizens. Reel. © Oct. 9, 
1932; 2 c. and description Feb. 27, 
1933; M 3844; Bray pictures corp., 
New York. 1424 

Outsider (The) ; from the play by Dor- 
othy Brandon, adapted and directed 
by Harry Lachman. 8 reels. © 
Feb. 6, 1933; 2 c and description 
Feb. 6; L 3631; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer distributing corp., New York. 
1425 

Paramount pictorial; no. 8. Reel. © 
Feb. 23, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; descrip- 
tion Feb. 24 ; M 3837 ; Paramount 
productions, inc., New York. 1426 

Paramount sound news; no. 45-51. 1 
reel each. © Jan. 7, 11, 14, 18, 21, 
25, 28, 1933; 2 c. each Mar. 1; de- 
scription each Feb. 27; M 3847- 
3853 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
New York. 1427-1433 

Parole girl; from the story Dance of 
the millions, screen play by Norman 
Krasna, directed by Edward F. 
Cline. 7 reels. © Feb. 15, 1933; 
2 c. Feb. 15; description Feb. 18; 
L 3662 ; Columbia pictures corp., 
New York. 1434 

Partners two; story by James Madi- 
son, dialogue by Alexander Carr and 
Nat Carr, directed by Harold Beau- 
dine. 2 reels. © Jan. 23, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 23; description Feb. 4 ; L 3626; 
Columbia pictures corp. & Nat Ross, 
New York. 1435 

Past (The) of Mary Holmes; from 
the story The Goose woman by Rex 
Beach, screen play by Marion Dix 
and Edward Doherty, directed by 
Harlan Thompson. 7 reels. © Jan. 
20, 1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 
6 ; L 3629 : RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 1436 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 



Pathe news. 1 reel each. © Pathe 
news, inc., New York. 1437-1444 

No. 45. © Dec. 31, 1932; 2 c. Feb. 

3, 1933; description Feb. 1; M 

3796. 
No. 47. © Jan. 7, 1933; 2 c. and 

description Feb. 8; M 3810. 
No. 48. © Jan. 11, 1933; 2 c. and 

description Feb. 7; M 3808. 
No. 49. © Jan. 14, 1933; 2 c. and 

description Feb. 15; M 3S22. 
No. 50. © Jan. 18, 1933 ; 2 c and 

description Feb. 14 ; M 3820. 
No. 51. © Jan. 21, 1933; 2 c. and 

description Feb. 28; M 3845. 
No. 52. © Jan. 25, 1933 ; 2 c. and 

description Feb. 21; M 3834. 
No. 53. © Jan. 28, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 

2 ; description Feb. 28 ; M 3846. 

Pleasure Island ; no. 1421-22, story by 
A. Dorian Otvos and Burnett Her- 
shey, directed by Roy Mack. 2 reels. 
© Feb. 13, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Feb. 14; L 3650; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 1445 

Primo Camera vs. Ernie Schaaf in the 
opening Heavyweight boxing con- 
test of the 1933 season. © title and 
description reed. Mar. 3, 1933 ; 9 
prints reed. Feb. 21 ; M 3835 ; Madi- 
son pictures, inc., New York. 1446 

Private Jones ; story by Richard 
Schayer, adaptation by Samuel Spe- 
wack, Bella Cohen and George Jes- 
sel, screen play by Prescott Chaplin 
and William N. Robson, directed by 
Russell Mack. 9 reels. © Feb. 15, 
1933; 2 c. Feb. 21; description Feb. 
16 ; L 3671 ; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 1447 

Private wives ; story by Ben Holmes 
and Mark Sandrich, directed by 
Mark Sandrich. 2 reels. © Jan. 27, 
1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 6; 
L 3628; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 1448 

Racetrack ; from the story by J. Wal- 
ter Ruben and Wells Root, adapted 
for the screen by Walter Lang and 
Douglas Doty, directed by James 
Cruze. 9 reels. © Feb. 25, 1933; 
2 c. and description Feb. 27 : L 3683 ; 
World wide pictures, inc., New York. 
1449 

Rasputin and the empress ; screen play 
by Charles MacArthur, directed by 
Richard Boleslavsky. 13 reels. © 
Feb. 6, 1933; 2 c. and description 



Feb. 6; L 3633; Metro-Goldwyn- 

Mayer distributing Corp., New York. 

1450 

Reaching for the moon ; directed by 
Dave Fleischer. Reel. © Feb. 23, 
1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; description Feb. 
24 ; M 3838 ; Paramount publix corp. 
New York. 1451 

Retribution. See Lost (The) special. 

Road (The) to heaven. See Hu- 
manity. 

Russia today. © title, description and 
36 prints reed. Feb. 20, 1933; M 
3833; Julien H. Bryan, Brooklyn. 

1452 

Rustlers (The) roundup; story by 
Ella O'Neill, screen play by Frank 
Howard Clark, directed by Henry 
MacRae. 6 reels. © Feb. 23. 1933 ; 
2 c. Feb. 23; description Feb. 24: 
L 3677 ; Universal pictures corp.. 
New York. 1453 

Safe in jail ; story and dialogue by 

Edmund Joseph, directed by Lester 
Neilson. 2 reels. © Feb. 14, 1933 ; 
2 c. Feb. 28; description Feb. 15; 
L 36SS; Columbia pictures corp., 
New York. 1454 

Sailor be good : by Jefferson pictures 
Corp., screen play by Viola Brothers 
and Ethel Doherty, dialogue by 
Ralph Spence, directed by James 
Cruze. 8 reels. © Feb. 10, 1933 ; 2 
c. and description Feb. 13; L 3645; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., & Jeffer- 
son pictures corp.. New York. 1455- 

Sassy cats; by Dick Heumor. Reel. 
© Jan. 29, 1933: 2 c. Jan. 30: de- 
scription; Feb. 27; M 3843; Screen 
Gems, inc., Los Angeles. 1456 

Scrappy's party ; by Dick Heumor. 
Reel. © Feb. 16, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16 ; 
description : Feb. 27 ; M 3842 ; Screen 
Gems, inc., Los Angeles. 1457 

Screen souvenirs; no. 8. Reel. © 
Feb. 16, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16 ; descrip- 
tion Feb. 17: M 3830: Paramount 
productions, inc., New York. 145S 

Secret (The) of Madame Blanche: 
from the play The Lady by Martin 
Brown, screen play by Frances 
Goodrich and Albert Hackett, direct- 
ed by Charles Brabin. 9 reels. © 
Feb. 6. 1933 : 2 c. and description 
Feb. 6; L 3630; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer distributing corp., New York. 
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1478 



Shanty (The) where Santa Clans 
lives. Reel. © Feb. 6, 1933; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 9; L 3641; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 1460 

Should crooners marry? ; story by 
James W. Home and Fred Guiol, 
directed by George Stevens. 2 reels. 
© Jan. 31. 1933; 2 c. Feb. 4; de- 
scription Feb. 1; L 3625; Universal 
pictures corp., New York. 1461 

Shriek (The). (An Oswald cartoon) 

Reel. © Feb. 24, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 

27; description Feb. 25; M 3841; 

Universal pictures corp., New York. 

1462 

Silent men ; story by Walt Coburn, 
screen play by Stuart Anthony, di- 
rected by D. Ross Lederman. 6 
reels. © Feb. 23, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 
23; description Feb. 24; L 3680; 
Columbia pictures Corp., New York. 
1463 

Silvery moon; by John Foster and 
Mannie Davis. (No. 10 of Aesop's 
sound fable) Reel. © Jan. 13, 
1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 6; 
M 3804; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 1464 

Sir Piegan passes. See Cheyenne 
(The) kid. 

Skipping about the universe. See 
Hodge-podge. 

Smoke lightning; from the story 
Canon walls by Zane Grey, screen 
play by Gordon Rigby and Sidney 
Mitchell, directed by David Howard. 
6 reels. © Jan. 31, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 14 ; L 3655 ; Fox 
film Corp., New York. 1465 

So this is Africa ; screen play by Nor- 
man Krasna, directed by Edward F. 
Kline. 7 reels. © Feb. 8, 1933; 2 
c. Feb. 8 ; description Feb. 9 ; L 
3640; Columbia pictures corp., New 
York. 1466 

Speaking of operations ; no 1506-07, 
story by Jack Henley and Glen Lam- 
bert, directed by Roy Mack. 2 reels. 
© Feb. 16, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Feb. 15; L 3654; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 1467 

Sport thrills, 6 ; no. 1515, narrative by 
Ted Husing. Reel. © Feb. 23, 
1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 23; 
M 3836; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 1468 



State fair ; novel by Philip Strong, 
screen play by Sonya Levien and 
Paul Green, directed by Henry King. 
10 reels. © Jan. 23, 1933 ; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 6 ; L 3634 ; Fox film 
corp., New York. 1469 

Terrible (The) troubadour; animated 
and directed by Walter Lantz and 
William Nolan. (Pooch the pup car- 
toon) Reel. © Feb. 8, 1933; 2 e. 
Feb. 11 ; description Feb. 9 ; M 3815 ; 
Universal pictures Corp., New York. 
1470 

Throwing the bull. Reel. © Jan. 
28, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 28; description 
Feb. 4; M 3801; Columbia pictures 
Corp., New York. 1471 

Tight rope tricks ; by John Foster and 
Geo. Rufle. (No. 6 of Tom and 
Jerry) Reel. © Jan. 6, 1933; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 2 ; M 3799 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
1472 

Too many highballs ; directed by Clyde 
Bruckman. 2 reels. © Feb. 9, 
1933; 2 c. Feb. 9; description Feb. 
10 ; L 3642 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 1473 

Torchy's busy day ; from the Torchy 
stories by Sewell Ford, adaptation 
and dialogue by George Jeske and 
Edward O'Brien, directed by C. C. 
Burr. 2 reels. © Oct. 2, 1932; 
2 c. and description Feb. 27, 1933; 
L 3684; Burr comedies, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 1474 

Trailing north ; story by John Mor- 
gan, adaptation by Harry O. Jones, 
directed by John P. McCarthy. 6 
reels. © Feb. 25, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 27; L 3687; Mono- 
gram pictures corp., New York. 

1475 

Treason ; screen play by Gordon Bat- 
tle, directed by George B. Seitz. 6 
reels. © Feb. 6, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 6 ; 
description Feb. 7; L 3637; Colum- 
bia pictures corp., New York. 1476 

Tumble Down town ; by John Foster 
and Harry Bailey. (No. 11 of 
Aesop's sound fable) Reel. © Jan. 
27, 1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 
2; M 3798; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 1477 

Twice two ; directed by James Par- 
rott. 2 reels. © Feb. 20, 1933; 
2 c. and description Feb. 20; L 
3668 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer dis- 
tributing corp.. New York. 1478 



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Universal newspaper newsreel. 1 reel 
each. © Universal film exchanges. 
inc., New York. 1479-1486 

No. 104, 105. © Dec. 23, 27, 1932; 

2 c. each Feb. 9, 1933; description 
each Jan. 31; M 3813, 3814. 

No. 106, 107. © Dec. 30, 1932, Jan. 
3, 1933; 2 c. each Feb. 15; de- 
scription each Feb. 4; M 3823, 
3824. 

No. 108, 109. © Jan. 6, 10, 1933; 
2 c. each Feb. 15 ; description each 
Feb. 10; M 3825, 3826. 

No. 110, 111. © Jan. 13, 17, 1933; 
2 c. and description each Feb. 15 ; 
M 3S27, 3828. 

Vitaphone sport thrills; no. 4; narra- 
tive by Ted Husing, compiled by 
Bert Frank. Reel. © Feb. 13, 
1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 14; 
M 3818 ; Vitaphone Corp., New York. 
1487 

Wedding bells ; by Ben Harrison and 
Manny Gould. (A Charles Mintz, 
Krazy Kat cartoon) Reel. © Jan. 
16, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 16; description 
Feb. 4; M 3802; Screen gems, inc., 
Los Angeles. 1488 

Whale (A) of a yarn; edited by Bert 
Frank. Reel. © Feb. 13, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 14; M 3819; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 1489 

When strangers marry ; from the story 
by Maximilian Foster, screen play 
by James Kevin McGuinness, di- 
rected by Clarence Badger. 7 reels. 
© Feb. 27, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 27; de- 
scription Feb. 28; L 3689; Colum- 



bia pictures corp., New York. 

1490 

Whisperin' Bill ; based on the poem 
by Irving Bacheller, directed by Ben 
Holmes. (An Oddity) Reel. © 
Feb. 20, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 20; M 3832; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer distributing Corp., New York. 
1491 

Woman (The) accused; by ten of the 
world's greatest authors, screen play 
by Bayard Veiller, directed by Paul 
Sloane. 8 reels. © Feb. 16, 1933; 
2 c. Feb. 16; description Feb. 17; 
L 3658; Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 1492 

World's champ; no. 1503-04, story by 
Burnet Hershey, directed by Joe 
Henabery. 2 reels. © Feb. 24, 
1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 24; 
L 3676; Vitaphone Corp., New York. 
1493 

Yarn (A) of wool ; by John Foster and 
Harry Bailey. (No. 8 of Aesop's 
fable) Reel. © Dec. 16, 1932 ; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 9, 1933; M 
3812; RKO-radio pictures, inc., New 
York. 1494 

You call it madness; no. 1458-59, di- 
rected by Alf Goulding. 2 reels. © 
Feb. 20, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 20; L 3664; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 1495 

Young blood; story and adaptation by 
Wellyn Totman, directed by Phil 
Rosen. 6 reels. © Feb. 18, 1933; 
2 c. Feb. 20; description Feb. 21; 
L 3670; Monogram pictures corp., 
New York. 1496 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalogue since Jan. 
1, 1933 : 

Motion-picture photoplays 172 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 131 

Total 303 



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1933 

VOLUME 6 
No. 3 



UNITED STATES 

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Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year - 10.00 



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Cangress, Washington, D.G. 



CLASS D 
DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Action ! a farce in 3 acts, by Carl Web- 
ster Pierce (Adam Applebud) Bos- 
ton [1933] 125 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Feb. 20, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 2 ; D 21105 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 1497 

Affairs (Tbe) of Anatol, See Reigen, 
The affairs of Anatol, and other 
plays. 

Air (The) adventures of Jimmie 
Allen ; Episodes 1-6, a flying adven- 
ture serial for radio presentation, 
by R. M. Burtt and W. G. Moore. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933 ; D 21296 ; Will- 
fred G. Moore and Robert M. Burtt, 
Kansas City, Mo. 1498 

Along came Peggy; a farce in 3 acts, 
by Charles George. Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1933. 71 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Mar. 25, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 28; D 
21554; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 1499 

Amateur (The) detective; a play in 3 
acts, by Sam Janney, revised by J. 
C. McMullen. Boston [1933] 85 p. 
12mo. © Feb. 20, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 2 ; 
D 21211 ; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. 1500 

America carries on. Program 2. 
Panic of 1857, a radio sketch, by H. 
S. Futran. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; 
D 21156; Nelson brothers, inc., Chi- 
cago. 1501 

Program 3. Period of the civil 

war, a radio sketch, by H. S. Futran. 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933; D 21226; 
Nelson bros., inc., Chicago. 1502 

Program 4. Romance of the West 

and the panic of 1873, a radio sketch, 
by E. R. Hart. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1933; D 21493; Nelson brothers, 
inc., Chicago. 1503 

■ Program 5. Panic of 1893, a 

radio sketch, by E. R. Hart. © 1 c. 
Mar. 27, 1933; D 21494; Nelson 
brothers, inc., Chicago. 1504 

And what a rummage sale ; an easily 
prepared entertainment, by Arthur 
LeRoy Kaser. Boston [1933] 15 p. 



12mo. © Feb. 10, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 
2; D 21099; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 1505 

Angel ; a play in 3 acts, by Melchior 
Lengyel [i. e. Menyhert Lengyel] 
freely adapted by Cosmo Hamilton. 
© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1933 ; D 21559 ; Hans 
Bartsch, New York. 1506 

Angels in the garden ; an Easter mys- 
tery play with carols, hymns and 
chorales, by Annette Mason Ham. 
New York, 1933. 1 p. 1., 15, [1] p. 
4to. © Mar. 17, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 24 ; 
D 28416; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 1507 

Answer to prayer ; a play in 1 act, by 
O. Orbison. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933; 
D 21166; Olive Orbison, Beverly 
Hills, Calif. 1508 

Apartment to rent. See Great (The) 
lovers of Broadway. 

Are you civilized ; a play in 3 acts, 
by V. B. Shore. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1933; D 21220; Viola Brothers 
Shore, New York. 1509 



At the crossroads. See Keep 



the 



Aunt Serina ; pts. 22, 23, a series of 
radio sketches, by R. R. Broedel. © 
1 c. Mar. 22, 1933; D 21390; Ruth 
Rose Broedel, New York. 1510 

Back to work ; a play in 4 acts, by M. 
Norman. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933; D 
21182 ; Maria Norman, New York. 

1511 

Ballo (II) delle ingrate; di Claudio 
Monteverdi, testo di Ottavio Rinuc- 
cini, traserizione ed instrumentazi- 
one di Alceo Toni dal basso continuo 
originale. Riduzione per canto e 
pianoforte. Milano [etc.] New York, 
1933. 38 p. 4to. © Mar. 13, 1933 ; 
1 c. Mar. 14; D 28409; G. Ricordi 
& co., Milan. 1512 

Bamboo (The) box; a musical comedy 

in 2 acts, book and lyrics by Sarah 

Grames Clark, music by Winifred 

Moore. New York, Boston [etc.] 

I 1933. 72 p. 4to. © Jan. 5, 1933; 



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Bamboo (The) box — Continued. 

2 c. Mar. 7 ; D 28413 ; Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York. 1513 

Bank (The) holiday mystery; a play 
in 3 acts, by E. Simmons. © 1 c. 
Mar. 27, 1933; D 21496; Earl Sim- 
mons, Brooklyn. 1514 

Banniere (La) semee d'etoiles. See 
Insurgents (Les) 

Behave, damn you ; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. Lebaudy and D. Hobart. © 
1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; D 21294; Jack 
Lebaudy and Doty Hobart, New 
York. 1515 

Behind closed doors; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. P. Close. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1933 ; 
D 21203 ; Louise Palmer Close, New 

York. 1510 

Behind that curtain. See Five star 
theatre. 

Between friends ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. W. Sabben Clare and Z. Sabben 
Clare and A. N. Menzies. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1933 ; D 21321 ; James Wil- 
liam Sabben Clare, Zina Sabban 
Clare, London, and Archibald Nor- 
man Menzies, Melbourne, Australia. 
1517 

Billy and Milly. See Kameradschaft- 
sehe. 

Bit (A) of a test; a play in 3 acts, by 
B. Travers. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1933 ; D 
21135 ; Ben Travers, London. 1518 

Black hand ! a 1-act play, by M. W. 
Thompson. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; 
D 21523; Mary Wolfe Thompson, 
Glen Rock, N. J. 1519 

Blind justice ; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Worrall-Thompson. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1933; D 21505; Henry AVorrall- 
Thompson, London. 1520 

Blow whistles; a play in 3 acts, by 
Sarah Atherton [i. e. S. A. Bridg- 
man] © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; D 21215 ; 
Sarah Atherton Bridgman, S. Nor- 
walk, Conn. 1521 

Bluebottle (The) ; a tragedy in 1 act, 
by J. J. Ellington. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1933; D 21292; John James Elling- 
ton, Claremont, Calif. 1522 

Bon (Un) petit diable; comedie en 3 
actes, par A. Schatz, d'apres le 
roman de mme. de Segur. © 1 c. 
Mar. 10. 1933; D 21331; Albert 
Schatz, Paris. 1523 

Brain sweat ; a modern comedy of ne- 
gro life in 3 acts, by J. C. Brownell. 



© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933 ; D 21423 ; John 

Charles Brownell, Larchmont, N. Y. 

1524 

Bring heartease ; drama in 3 acts, by 

Eleanor Patience [pseud, of P. 

Genske] © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; D 

21151 ; Patience Genske, New York. 

1525 

Broadcasters ; a comedy sketch, by E. 

Martin. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933; D 

21116; Edgar Martin, Philadelphia. 

1526 

Bronsviller-seide (Der) ; a dramatic 
sketch, by B. Lumet. 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1933; D 21547; 
Baruch Lumet, New York. 1527 

Brot ins feuer ! borsenschauspiel in 7 
bildern von Otto Glosa. © 1 c. Mar. 
22, 1933; D 21516; Vertriebsstelle 
des Verbandes deutscher biihnen- 
schriftsteller u. biihnenkomponisten, 
g. m. b. h., Berlin. 1528 

Byzantium ; a play in 3 acts, by C. H. 
Meltzer and P. Vajda, adapted from 
the original Hungarian of Ferencz 
Herczeg. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; D 
21127 ; Charles Henry Meltzer, New 
York. Paul Vajda, Budapest, Hun- 
gary. 1529 

Ca-line dances ; a negro play in 4 acts, 
by M. E. Lee. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1932; 
D 21188; Mary Ella Lee, Wayne, 
Pa. 1530 

Call (The) ; a 1-act religious drama, 
by G. B. Crane. [Helena, Mont., 
1933] 2 p. 1., 15 numb. 1. 4to. © 
Mar. 10, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 28; D 
21532 ; Gertrude Boyd Crane, Helena, 
Mont. 1531 

Camels (The) are coming. See Death 
Valley days. 

Captain Luboff ; Installment 1, a serial 
radio drama, by L. Eyre. © 1 c. 
Mar. 20, 1933; D 21340; Laurence 
Eyre, New York. 1532 

Carry me back ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by V. De Lipkau and L. E. Beaton. 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933 : D 21382 : Vera 
De Lipkau and Lindsay E. Beaton, 
Evanston, 111. 1533 

Case (The) of Mrs. Kantsey Know; a 
play in 1 act. by Lamira A. Williams 
Jarrell. Boston [1933] 14 p. 12mo. 
© Feb. 3. 1933; 2 c. Mar. 2; D 
21108 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 
1534 






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1550 



Case (The) of the silver elephant. See 
Manhattan patrol. 

Cash at the graveside. See Death Val- 
ley days. 

Cavanaugh (The) case. See Milligan 
and Mulligan. 

Cecil and Sally ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. Patrick. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933 ; 
D 21180; John Patrick, San Fran- 
cisco. 1535 

Ces darnes aux chapeaux verts ; come- 
die [avec prologue et 3 actes] par 
Albert Acremant, avec preface, in- 
troduction, notes, exercises et vocab- 
ulaire par Robert Foure et Helene 
Foure. [Cambridge, Mass.] Ginn 
and company [1933] xii, 201 p. 
illus. 16mo. (International modern 
language series) © Jan. 11, 1933; 
2 c. Feb. 3; aff. Feb. 1; A 59257; 
Robert Foure and Helene Foure, 
Columbus, O. [Copyright is claimed 
on preface, introduction, exercises, 
vocabulary and notes] 1535* 

Challenge (The) ; by K. K. Todd. © 

1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; D 21279; Kath- 
ryn Kerr Todd, Pittsburgh. 1536 

Chandu, the magician ; Episodes 351- 
400, a series of radio sketches, by 
Harry A. Earnshaw and Vera M. 
Oldham. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; D 
21498; Earnshaw-Young, inc., Los 
Angeles. 1537 

Charlie Chan. See Five star theatre. 

Chasseur (Le) ; comedie inedite en 5 
actes de Pierre Mortier. (In Les 
CEuvres libres, no. 38) © Dec. 1, 
1932 ; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933 ; D 20897 ; 
Pierre Mortier, Paris. 1538 

Chicagoland sketches; no. 1, a radio 
drama, by C. H. Dykeman and G. 
W. Ray. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; D 
21541 ; George W. Ray, Chicago, and 
Clarence H. Dykeman, Oak Park, 
111. 1539 

Children of the way; an Easter play, 
by Marion Ryan. New York, Chi- 
cago [etc.] The Abingdon press 
[1933] 8 p. 8vo. © Jan. 3, 1933 ; 

2 c. Feb. 6 ; D 21499 ; Marion Ryan, 
Wauwatosa, Wis. 1540 

Chinese parrot. See Five star thea- 
tre. 

Christian endeavor to the rescue; a 
3-act play, by Bonnie Marie Gaskill 
and Rev. H. S. Berry. © 1 c. Mar. 



1, 1933; D 21122; Bonnie Gaskill 

and H. S. Berry, Independence, Ind. 

1541 

Christophorus ; oder, Die vision einer 
oper, oper in 2 akten, vorspiel und 
nachspiel von Franz Schreker. Kla- 
vierauszug mit text von Erwin 
Stein. Berlin, 1932. 183 p. fol. © 
Oct. 10, 1932; 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933; D 
28410; Edition Adler, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 1542 

Clan spirit; a drama in 3 acts, by 
L. F. Merriam. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1933; D 21476; Lillie Fuller Mer- 
riam, Framingham, Mass. 1543 

Clown. See Payatz. 

Come (The) on man; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by Herbert Ashton, jr. 
Boston [1933] 144 p. 12mo. © 
Mar. 2, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 9 ; D 21199 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 1544 

Community (The) gossip bureau; an 
entertainment oddity in 1 act, by 
Peggie Bradley [pseud, of Arthur 
LeRoy Kaser] Boston, 1933. 16 p. 
12mo. © Feb. 10, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 2 ; 
D 21096 ; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. 1545 

Confession ; a drama in 1 act, by L. G. 
McCarthy. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; D 
21265; Lillian Gayton McCarthy, 
Pasadena. 1546 

Conflicting worlds ; a drama of pres- 
ent day Jewish life, by J. L. Lan- 
dau, translated from the original 
Hebrew by D. Mierowsky. New 
York, 1933. xii, [2], 201 p. 12mo. 
© Mar. 2, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 9; D 
21201; Bloch pub. co. inc., New 
York. 1547 

Conjurer (The) ; a play, by V. Cosby. 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933; D 21231; 
Vivian Cosby, New York. 1548 

Copra ; a strange drama of the South 
Seas in 3 acts, by D. G. Prescott, 
jr. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933 ; D 21438 ; 
Dana Gage Prescott, jr., Hopkinton, 
R.I. 1549 

Cote d'azur ; sketch par Andr6 Bira- 
beau et Georges Dolley. Paris, 
Bruxelles, 1932. cover-title, 16 p. 
4to. © Dec. 31, 1932; 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1933; D 21535; Editions Salabert, 
Paris. 1550 

Crack (The) shot. See Modern (The) 
Baron Munchausen. 



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Cracked ice (Grasshoppers) ; in 10 
sequences, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, 
J, K, by Harry Ruby, Bert Kalmar 
and Grover Jones. © 1 c. Mar. 7 
1933; D 21250; Paramount publix 
corp., New York. 1551 

Cranberry sauce; a Thanksgiving 
play in 1 act, by Marion Holbrook. 
Boston [1933] 11 p. 12mo. © Feb. 
3, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 2; D 21109; Wal- 
ter H. Baker co., Boston. 1552 

Criminal and wife. See Special agent 
five. 

Cross your fingers and wish ; Episodes 
1-3, a series of radio skits, by E. L. 
Abbott. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; D 
21155; Elizabeth Lee Abbott, New 
York. 1553 

Crystal-clear ; a play in 3 acts, by Lau- 

rette Taylor [i. e. L. T. Manners] © 

1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; D 21222; Lau- 

rette Taylor Manners, New York. 

1554 

Cuckoo's (The) nest; a comedy in 3 
acts, by John Guinan. Dublin, M. 
H. Gill and son, ltd. [1933] 66, 
[1] p. 8vo. Contains music. © 
Feb. 27, 1933; 1 c. Mar. 13; D 
21248; John Guinan, Dublin, Ire- 
land. 1555 

Cupid by correspondence. See Death 
Valley days. 

Cynthy sins ; a play in 3 acts, by Anne 
Lawrence [i. e. A. L. Per ley] © 
1 c. Mar. 8, 1933; D 21197; Anne 
Lawrence Perley, New York. 1556 

Darling Mildred ; a farce in 1 act, by 
L. R. Cook. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933; 
D 21282; Laurence Russell Cook, 
Los Angeles. 1557 

Daughter (A) of the dawn; a drama 
of early American Methodism in 
four episodes, inspired by the life of 
Barbara Heck, mother and co- 
founder of Methodism in North 
America. Written in celebration of 
the bicentenary of her birth (1734- 
1934) by Madeleine Sweeny Miller 
(Mrs. J. Lane Miller) New York, 
Chicago, The Methodist book con- 
cern [1933] 32 p. front, (port.) 8vo. 
© Jan. 18, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 6; D 
21501 ; Madeleine Sweeny Miller, 
Brooklyn. 1558 

Day (A) in a home for the aged; a 
play in 3 episodes, by Clara Stivers 
Vernon. [Eugene, Or., 1933] cover- 



title, 23 p. 16mo. © Mar. 20, 1933 ; 
2 c. Mar. 28 ; D 21531 ; Clara Stivers 
Vernon, Eugene, Or. 1559 

Day (A) with our Mother; a pageant 
drama in 3 acts, by Mathias Helfen. 
Milwaukee, 1933. 29 p. 12mo. © 
Mar. 13, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 20; D 
21345; Catholic dramatic movement, 
Milwaukee. 1560 

De function ; a negro play with music 
in 4 acts, by E. H. Boatner. Text. 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; D 21289; 
Edward Hammond Boatner, Chi- 
cago. 1561 

Dead men can't hurt you ; a 1-act play, 
by Jewell Bothwell Tull. (In Play- 
ers magazine, v. 9, no. 3, January 
and February, 1933) © Feb. 1, 
1933 ; 1 c. Feb. 13 ; D 21214 ; Jewell 
Bothwell Tull, Mount Vernon, la. 

1562 

Dear April; a 1-act comedy, by G. B. 
Cluff. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; D 21483 ; 
Gladys Briggs Cluff, Pasadena. 1563 

Death madness ; a tragedy in 3 scenes, 
by R. A. Borell. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 
1933; D 21343; Raleigh A. Borell, 
Taft, Calif. 1564 

Death Valley days; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Feb. 9, 1933. Jed an' Carrie. © 1 c. 
Mar. 11, 1933 ; D 21310 ; Pacific coast 
borax co., New York. 1565 

Feb. 16, 1933. The fight that 

failed. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933; D 
21311; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 1566. 

Feb. 23, 1933. Cash at the 

graveside. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933; 
D 21312; Pacific coast borax co.. 
New York. 1567 

Mar. 2, 1933. The sheriff of 

Skidoo. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933; D 
21313 ; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 1568 

Mar. 9, 1933. Suneye Joe. 

© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1933 ; D 21569 ; Pa- 
cific coast borax co., New York. 

1569 

Mar. 16. 1933. Cupid by cor- 
respondence. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1933 ; 
D 21570 ; Pacific coast borax co.. 
New York. 1570 

Mar. 23, 1933. The half-way 

girl. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1933 : D 21571 ; 

Pacific coast borax Co., New York. 

1571 



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Mar. 30, 1933. The lady and 

the lot jumper. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1933 ; D 21572 ; Pacific coast borax 
co., New York. 1572 

Apr. 6, 1933. The camels 

are coming. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1933 ; 
D 21573 ; Pacific coast borax co., 
New York. 1573 

Decade (A) ; a play in 3 acts, by N. 
Soussanin and W. J. Perlman. © 
1 c. Feb. 6, 1933 ; D 21161 ; Nicholas 
Soussanin. Los Angeles, William J. 
Perlman, Hollywood, Calif. 1574 

Deep roots ; a drama in 3 acts, by M. 

Van Vranken and R. Royce. © 1 c. 

Mar. 30, 1933; D 21577; Mark Van 

Vranken and Riza Royce, New York. 

1575 

Desir(Le) ; piece en 2 parties, de C. 
Mere. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933; D 
21333 ; Charles Mere, Paris. 1576 

Devil's (The) daughter; a play in 2 
acts, by A. Scrocca. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1933; D 21137; Antonio Scrocca, 
Milburn, N.J. 1577 

Devil's (The) workshop. See Milligan 
and Mulligan. 

Die I hope; a play in 3 acts, by B. 

Malsch. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; D 

21253; Edmund Malsch, New York. 

1578 

Dies irae; or, The last day, a play 
in 1 act, by E. B. Morgan. © 1 c. 
Mar. 16, 1933 ; D 21481 ; Evan Bern- 
ard Morgan, London. 1579 

Discarded; or, Invisible scepter, a 
melodrama in 4 acts, by Karol Mor- 
rell [i.e. K. M. Waxman] © 1 c. 
Mar. 14, 1933 ; D 21277 ; Karol Mor- 
rell Waxman, Los Angeles. 1580 

Dr. Brown's kids ; an original human 
interest drama of American youth 
in 3 acts, by L. Bobbins. © 1 c. 
Mar. 16, 1933; D 21302; Leo Rob- 
bins, New York. 1581 

Doctor Dorn in politics; a play in 3 
acts, by H. B. Anderson. © 1 c. 
Mar. 1, 1933; D 21115; Harry B. 
Anderson, New York. 1582 

Doctor McGinn ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
W. E. Barry. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933 ; 
D 21469; William Edwin Barry, 
New York. 1583 

Don Wells — citizen; Episode 1. Don 
wins a game, a radio series, by J. T. 
W. Martin and K. P. Schenke. © 



1 c. Mar. 28, 1933 ; D 21544 ; J. T. W. 
Martin and Kurtiss P. Schenke, 
New York. 1584 

Don wins a game. See Don Wells — 
citizen. 

Doodle (The) family; Episode 1, a 
radio program for children, by L. 
L. Leopold. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933; 
D 2147S; Lorain L. Leopold, Phila- 
delphia. 1585 

Does Cora know? a play in 3 acts, by 

Ellis Booth [pseud, of E. S. Freid] 

© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; D 21257; 

Elizabeth Serber Freid, New York. 

1586 

Dollars minus sense ; comedy in 3 
acts, by P. Savoy and W. V. Zang. 
© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; D 21319; 
Perry Savoy, Brooklyn. 1587 

Door (The) ajar ; a 1-act play, by D. 
K. Nunneley. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933 ; 
D 21256 ; Dorothy Kerwin Nunneley, 
Huntington Park, Calif. 1588 

Dream (The) maker; a fantasy in 1 
act, by Blanche Jenning Thomp- 
son. Boston [1933] 15 p. 12mo. 
Contains music. © Feb. 3, 1933; 

2 c. Mar. 2; D 21107; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 1589 

Drunkard's (The) child; a tragedy in 
4 acts, by H. A. Jones. Contains 
music. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; D 
21144; Howard Armour Jones, 
Whitesburg, Ga. 1590 

Durandeau de Shanghai et quelques 
autres; roman [de] Puisne Landais 
[pseud, of Georges Ventillard] 
[Paris] 1932. 2 p. 1, [7]-250, [1] p. 
12mo. © Dec. 10, 1932; 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1933; A— Foreign 19566; Paris- 
edition, Paris. 1590* 

Dydens have; komedie i 4 akter[af] 
Sigurd Christiansen. Oslo, 1933. 
200 p. 12mo. © Oct. 6, 1932 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1933; D 21260; Gyldendal 
Norsk forlag, Oslo, Norway. 1591 

East-saider (Der) business man; a 

dramatic sketch, by B. Lumet. 

.]Nn ojwa njn»o bd'n -ijn 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1933; D 21546; 
Baruch Lumet, New York. 1592 

Eat, drink, and stay married ; a play 
in 3 acts, by F. Schubert. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933 ; D 21485 ; Feme Schu- 
bert, Mt. Orab, O. 1593 

Elixir scientific ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Grace La Rue [i. e. G. L. Hamilton] 
and L. B. Harte. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 



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Elixir scientific — Continued. 

1933 ; D 21264 ; Grace La Rue Ham- 
ilton, and Lillian Bret Harte, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 1594 

Embryo ; play in 6 tableaux, by P. 
Lipschutz. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; D 
21152 ; Paul Lipscbutz, New York. 
1595 

English novelists. See Vignettes of 
famous women. 

Enigma ; a play in 3 acts, by M. P. 
Reed. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933 ; D 21267 ; 
Marna Pearle Reed, Hamilton, 
Canada. 1596 

Enter Henry Locbinvar ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Edwin Scribner. Chicago 
[1933]. 167 p. 12mo. © Mar. 28, 
1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 30 ; D 21556 ; T. S. 
Denison & co., Chicago. 1597 

Eunucb (Tbe) ; an original adapta- 
tion and translation of the 
Eunuchus of Publius Terentius 
Afer, by Peter Gruber and Isaac 
Benesch. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; 
D 21254; E. A. Gruver, jr., Phila- 
delphia. 1598 

Exchange (The) ; by W. P. Sherrell. 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1933 ; D 21344 ; Wil- 
bur Packard Sherrell, Dallas. 1599 

Exchanged ; a play in 3 acts with a 
prologue, by G. J. Kirouac. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1933; D 21143; George 
Jeoffrey Kirouac. New Haven. 1600 

Fantasy (A) of games and sports; 
by W. F. Hackett. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1933 ; D 21393 ; William F. Hackett, 
New York. 1601 

Father Neptune's log; Nos. 1-5; a 
play, by R. Barker and W. M. Doer- 
flinger. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933; D 
2119S; Roland Barker and William 
Main Doerflinger, West New Brigh- 
ton, S. I., N.Y. 1602 

Favori (Le) ; piece en 3 actes [par] 
Martial-Piechaud. [Paris] 1933. 
29, [2] p. 4to. ([La Petite illus- 
tration, no. 610] ) © Jan. 21, 1933 ; 
1 c. Mar. 10 ; D 21330 ; Martial Pie- 
chaud, Paris. 1603 

Feminine (The) idiom; a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by H. L. Miles. © 
1 c. Mar. 14, 1933 ; D 21273 ; Hazel 
Louise Miles, Nyack, N.Y. 1604 

Fiesta ; a radio drama in 3 acts, by 
Michael Doran [pseud, of] E. Clap- 
ham. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; D 
21522; Emilia Clapham, Berkeley. 
Calif. 1605 



Fifty million dollars can't be wrong; 
by F. Allen and H. Tugend. © 1 c. 
Mar. 14, 1933; D 21275; Fred Allen, 
New York. 1606 

Fight (The) that failed. See Death 
Valley days. 

Filleule (La) du niarechal ; comedie 
villageoise en 1 acte de Armand 
Foucher. Paris, Bruxelles, 1932. 
27 p. 16mo. (Le Bon theatre d'au- 
jourd'hui) © Dec. 31, 1932; 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1933; D 21534; Editions 
Salabert, Paris. 1607 

Finnigan (The) family; Program 1, 
a radio sketch, by A. Cairns. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1933; D 21153; Alexander 
Cairns, Bloomfield, N.J. 1608 

First (The) Christmas; a pageant ar- 
ranged by J. I. Rees. © 1 c. Feb. 
14, 1933 ; D 21482 ; Jeanette I. Rees, 
Los Angeles. 1609 

First love. See Five star theatre. 

Five star theatre; a series of radio 
presentations, by McCann-Erickson, 
inc. Feb. 6, 1933. The Marx broth- 
ers Episode 11. Flywheel. Shyster 
& Flywheel. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933 ; 
D 21306; McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 1610 

Feb. 13, 1933. The Marx 

brothers. Episode 12. Flywheel, 
Shyster & Flywheel. © 1 c. Mar. 
11, 1933; D 21307; McCann-Erick- 
son, inc., New York. 1611 

Feb. 15. 1933. Famous au- 
thors series. First love, by Ursula 
Parrott. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933; D 
21304; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. . 1612 

Feb. 17, 1933. Charlie Chan. 

Episode 6. The Chinese parrot. © 
1 c. Mar. 11, 1933; D 21305: Mc- 
Cann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

1613 

Feb. 20, 1933. The Marx 

brothers. Episode 13. Flywheel, 
Shyster & Flywheel. © 1 c. Mar. 
11, 1933; D 21308; McCann-Erick- 
son, inc., New York. 1614 

Feb. 22. 1933. Famous au- 
thors series. Portrait of Washing- 
ton, by Margaret Sangster. © 1 c. 
Mar. 11, 1933; D 21309; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 1615 

Feb. 27, 1933. The Marx 

brothers, Episode no. 14. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1933; D 21561; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 1616 



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1635 



Mar. 3, 1933. Behind that 

curtain. Episode no. 1. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1933; D 21562; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 1617 

—Mar. 6, 1933. The Marx 

brothers. Episode no. 15. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1933; D 21563; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 1618 

Mar. 10, 1933. Behind that 

curtain ; Episode 2. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1933; D 21564; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 1619 

Mar. 13, 1933. The Marx 

brothers. Episode no. 16. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1933; D 21565; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 1620 

■ —Mar. 17, 1933. Behind that 

curtain. Episode no. 3. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1933; D 21566; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 1621 

Mar. 21, 1933. Solly Ward. 

Episode no. 1. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1933 ; 
D 21567; McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 1622 

Mar. 24. 1933. Behind that 

curtain. Episode no. 4. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1933; D 21568; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 1623 

Fling at life ; a play in 3 acts by J. M. 

Mayer. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; D 

21218; J. Manuel Mayer, Brooklyn. 

1624 

Flywheel, Shyster & Flywheel. See 
Five star theatre. 

Folies Bergere; ein stuck in 3 akten 
von Gustav Beer und Wolfgang 
Pohl. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933; D 
21518 ; Vertriebsstelle des Verbandes 
deutscher biihnenschriftsteller u. 
buhnenkomponisten, g.m.b.h., Berlin. 
1625 

Following Foster's footsteps; a dra- 
musical in 1 act for women's voices, 
book by Henry A. Schauffler, music 
by Gordon Balch Nevin. New York, 
[1933] 1. p. 1., 68, [1] p. diagr. 
4to. © Mar. 17, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 24 ; 
D 28417; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 1626 

Forever more ; a romance in a pro- 
logue, 3 acts, and an epilogue, by 
C. Painter and Christine Ames. © 
1 c. Mar. 17, 1933 ; D 21315 ; Clarke 
Painter and Margaret Morrison 
Smith, Hollywood, Calif. 1627 

Fortunes (The) of Philip; a drama by 
Rosslynn A. Dale pseud, of H. U. 
Holzer] © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; D 



21530 ; Henry U. Holzer, Roslindale, 
Mass. 1628 

Forty winks ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Catharine Tarr Edmunds (Mrs. 
Robert C. Edmunds) © 1 c. Mar. 
17, 1933; D 21317; Catharine Tarr 
Edmunds, Utica, N. T. 1629 

Framed; a drama in 3 acts, by G. V. 
Williams. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933; 
D 21488; George Vincent Williams, 
Los Angeles. 1630 

Francis Drake; a play in 9 acts, by 

R. Leake. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; D 

21148 ; Russell Leake, San Francisco. 

1631 

Francis Thompson ; a play in 9 scenes, 
by J. DeLeon. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933 ; 
D 21521; Jack DeLeon, London. 

1632 

Francois le Champi; comedie en 3 
actes [par George Sand, pseud, of 
Mme. Dudevant] (In mare au 
diable et Francois le Champi (Come- 
die) [par] George Sand [pseud, of 
Mme. Dudevant] Introduction et 
notes par S. Rocheblave. Paris, 
Bibliotheque Larousse [1932] lx, 
195 p. front, (port.) 12mo. © 
Nov. 12, 1932; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; 
A — Foreign 19745; Auge, Gillon, 
Hollier-Larousse, Moreau & cie. 
(Librairie Larousse) Paris. 1632* 

Fremdenlegion. See Sand. 

French romantic plays ; edited by W. 
W. Comfort. New York, Chicago 
[etc., 1933] xxxii, 628 p. 16mo. 
Dramatic contents. — A n t o n y, by 
Alexandre Dumas, pere. — Hernani, 
by Victor Hugo. — Ruy Bias, by Vic- 
tor Hugo. — Chatterton, by Alfred de 
Vigny. — On ne badine pas avec 
l'amour, bv Alfred de Musset. © 
Feb. 3, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 17 ; aff. Feb. 
16 ; A 59726 ; Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1632** 

Friday to Monday ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by C. Taylor. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1933 ; 
D 21486; Clarence Taylor, New 
York. 1633 

Frieda's luck; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Kalmanowitz. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; 
D 21149; Harry Kalmanowitz, 
Brooklyn. 1634 

Funny man ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
A. M. Ottenheimer. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1933; D 21434; Albert M. Otten- 
heimer, Seattle. 1635 

Geraldine Farrar. See Rise of Broad- 
way. 



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1636 



pt. r. n. s., v. 6 



Ghost town ; a play in a prologue and 
3 acts, by Philo Higley. © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1933; D 21190; Philo Hall 
Higley, New York. 1636 

Ghost years ; a play in 1 act, by R. E. 

Wood. © 1 c. Mar. 1. 1933; D 

21121 ; Robert E. Wood, Pittsburgh. 

1637 

Gift (The) o' the chapel; modern his- 
torical skits — Danish invasion of 
Ireland (9th century) by F. Bab- 
cock. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933 ; D 21283 ; 
Frances Babcock, Lone Rock, Wis. 
1638 

Give us this day ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Howard Koch. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933 ; 
D 21353; Howard E. Koch and Lu- 
cie May Koch, New York. 1639 

Glaube. Liebe. Hoffnung ; ein kleiner 
totentanz in 5 bildern von 5don 
Horvath, unter mitarbeit von Lukas 
Kristl. Berlin, 1933. 1 p. 1., 61 p. 
12nio. © Mar. 1, 1633 ; 1 c. Mar. 6 ; 
D 21280 ; Arcadia verlag, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 1640 

Globe headlines ; a series of radio 
sketches, by Erie Hampton. Epi- 
sodes 12-15. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1932; 
D 21539; Flach & Benedict, inc., 
Los Angeles. 1641 

Episodes 60-63. © 1 c. Mar. 

18, 1933 ; D 21336 ; Flach & Benedict, 
inc., Los Angeles. 1642 

Episodes 64-71. © 1 c. each 

Mar. 20. 1933; D 21334, 21335; 

Flach & Benedict, inc., Los Angeles. 

1643, 1644 

Episodes 72-75. © 1 c. Mar. 

22. 1933; D 21386; Flach & Bene- 
dict, inc.. Los Angeles. 1645 

Episodes 76-79. © 1 c. Mar. 

29, 1933 : D 21550 ; Flach & Benedict, 
inc., Los Angeles. 1646 

God. M. D. ; a play in 15 scenes, by 
J. W. Young. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933 ; 
D 21342 ; John Wray Young, Hutch- 
inson, Kan. 1647 

Gods (The) arrive; comedy in 3 acts, 
by Ethel Watts Mumford [i.e. E. W. 
M. Grant] © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933 ; D 
21357 ; Ethel Watts Mumford Grant, 
New York. 1648 

Gold ; a drama in a prologue and 3 
acts, by Lucile Sawyer [pseud, of 
L. M. Sawyer] © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933 ; 
D 21123: Lucy M. Sawyer, New 
York. 1649 



Gold (The) standard gang. Bee Man- 
hattan patrol. 

Go'»d (The) bad man: a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. C. McMullen. Boston 
[1933] 140 p. diagrs. 12mo. © 
Feb. 20, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 2 ; D 21104 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 1650 

Good (The) Samaritan; a 2-act drama 
for radio broadcasts, by A. T. Wil- 
son, © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933 ; D 21298 ; 
A T. Wilson, Texarkana, Ark. 

1651 

Goose (The) and the gooseberry; a 
play in 3 acts for children, by Edith 
L. Elias. L >ndon, George G. Har- 
rap & co., ltd. [1933] 95, [1] p. 
12mo. © Mar. 3, 1933; 1 c. Mar. 
2; D 21125; Edith Lea Elias, Suf- 
folk, England. 1652 

Gotham ; a drama in 4 scenes, by E. R. 
Bills. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1933; D 
21574 ; Elizabeth R. Bills, Chicago. 

1653 

Granny: a playlet in 1 act. by M. B. 
Seaton. © 1 c. Mar. 1. 1933: D 
21120; May Booth Seaton. Mer- 
chantville, N.J. 1654 

Grasshoppers. See Cracked ice. 

Great (The) duke of Florence; by 
Philip Massinger, edited with intro- 
duction and notes, by Johanne M. 
Stochholm. Baltimore, 1933. 2 p. 
1., xevi, 231 p. facsim. 8v ►. © 
Feb. 2, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 7 : aff . Mar. 
9; A 60177; Bryn Mawr college, 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. 1654* 

[Copyright is claimed on introduc- 
tion and notes] 

Great (The) lovers. See Great (The) 
lovers of Broadway. 



Great (The) lovers of 
[Episodes 1-3] a series 
radio plays, by M. 
Contents. — The great 
fir two. — Apartment to 
Jan. 21, 1933: D 21263; 
sterwald, Detroit. 



Broadway ; 
of half hour 
Finstcrwald. 
lovers. — Tea 
rent. © 1 c. 
Maxine Fin- 
1655 



Great (The) schemer; adapted by J. 
Neradoff, from the Russian novel, 
Twelve chairs: by Ilya Ilf and Eu- 
gene Petroff. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; 
D 21183; Jacques Neradoff. New 
York. 1656 

Green (The) cockatoo. See Reigen, 
The affairs of Anatol and other 
plays. 



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1676 



Gruby skandal ; kornedja ze splewami 
w 3-ch aktach [przez] Josef J. Mi- 
chalski. Utica, N.Y. [1933] 81, 
[4] p. 16mo. Rev. version-Wydanie 
powiekszone. Test. © Feb. 23, 
1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 1 ; D 21258 ; Jozef J. 
Michalski, Utica, N.Y. 1657 

Guilt (The) of age ; with sound and 
dialogue, by J. Horwath. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1933 ; D 21324 ; Joseph Hor- 
wath, Detroit. 1658 

Half a dozen mock trials; by Arthur 
LeRoy Kaser. Boston [1933] 75 p. 
12mo. © Feb. 18, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 
2; D 21095; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 1659 

Half-way (The) girl. See Death Val- 
ley days. 

Hallowe'en (A) dream of King Henry 
VIII; a play, by S. Bayfield. © 
1 c. Mar. 2, 1933; D 21139; St. Clair 
Bayfield, New York. 1660 

Hallucinations ; Episodes 1-3, a play, 
by J. E. Young. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 
1933 ; D 21543 ; John Ewart Young, 
Bayside, L.I., N.Y. 1661 

Hamilton Rumplebaugh's dream ; a 
drama for the radio in 6 acts, by 
S. Davie. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1933; D 
21560; Stanley Davie, Oakland, 
Calif. 1662 

Hamlet, prince of Denmark, The tem- 
pest, The tragedy of King Richard 
the Second, by William Shakespeare. 
[Introductions by Ben Ray Redman] 
New York [1932] viii, [2], 310 p. 
16mo. © Nov. 1, 1932 ; 2 c. and aff . 
Jan. 5, 1933; A 58710; Walter J. 
Black, New York. 1662* 

[Copyright is claimed on introduc- 
tions] 

Happy landings ; Episodes 1-4, a serial 
radio drama, by Lawrence Holcomb. 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; D 21540; 
Joseph Katz co., New York. 1663 

Harry and Johnny; Episode 1, 2, a 
series of radio sketches, by W. King. 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1933 ; D 21131 ; Wal- 
ter King, Chicago. 1664 

Hate ; a play in 3 acts, by L. T. Brad- 
ley. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933 ; D 21391 ; 
Lillian Trimble Bradley, Cap Fer- 
rat, France. 1665 

Heart trouble; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Charles George. Minneapolis, Minn., 
1933. 76 p. diagr. 12mo. © Mar. 
25, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 28; D 21555; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 



Hearts repaired. See Her secret. 

Heigho Hollywood; a tragi-comedy of 
Cinemaland in 3 acts, by Eugene 
Varey. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; D 
21270 ; Laura WUey, Dallas. 1667 

Held seines landes ; drama in 4 akten, 
von Walter Bloem. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1933; D 21513; Vertriebsstelle des 
Verbandes deutscher biihnenschrift- 
steller u. biihnenkomponisten, g. m, 
b. h., Berlin. 1668 

Helena. Interlude in Faust ; by Jo' 
hann Wolfgang von Goethe, trans- 
lated by Alice Raphael [i. e. A. R ; 
Eckstein] Text. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1933; D 21157; Alice Raphael Eck- 
stein, New York. 1669 

Hephzibah Hipwell's husband. See 
Roses are red. 

Her love's destiny ; a dramatic comedy 
in 3 acts, by Elsie and Marilyn Kal- 
mar. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933 ; D 21475 ; 
Elsie and Marilyn Kalmar, New 
York. . 1670 

Her majesty the widow ; a modern 
comedy in 3 acts, by J. C. Brownell. 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933; D 21422; 
John Charles Brownell, Larchmont, 
N. Y. 1671 

Her money's worth; a 1-act comedy, 
by Carl Webster Pierce. Chicago 
[1933] 19 p. 12mo. © Mar. 27, 
1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 29 ; D 21551 ; T. S. 
Denison & co., Chicago. 1672 

Her secret; or, Hearts repaired, a 
comedy drama in 3 acts, by Karol 
Morrell [i. e. K. M. Waxman] © 

1 c. Mar. 14, 1933 ; D 21276 ; Karol 
Morrell Waxman, Los Angeles. 1673 

Here comes Charlie ; a farce in 3 acts, 
by Jay Tobias. Chicago [1933] 
141 p. diagr. 12mo. © Mar. 27, 
1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 29 ; D 21553 ; T. S. 
Denison & co., Chicago. 1674 

High sat Helen; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. Malsch. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933; 
D 21360; Edmund Malsch, New 
York. 1675 

His cross; a religious play in 1 act, 
by Ralph P. Claggett. New York, 
Chicago [etc.] The Abingdon press 
[1933] 31 p. 8vo. © Jan. 3, 1933 ; 

2 c. Feb. 6 ; D 21500 ; Ralph P. Clag- 
gett, Highland Park, Mich. 1676 

His old-time sweetheart ; a 1-act com- 
edy, by Olive White Garvey. Chi- 
cago [1933] 28 p. 12mo. © Mar. 



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pt. I, n. s., v. G 



His old-time sweetheart — Continued. 
27, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 29; D 21552; 
T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 1677 

His way ; a drama in 3 acts, by S. M. 
Chartock. © I.e. Mar. 15, 1933; D 
21284; Samuel M. Chartock, Brook- 
lyn. 1678 

Home room plays for pupils in gram- 
mar grades and junior high school ; 
a collection of plays compiled and 
arranged, by Josephine Crane Mon- 
not. [San Jose, Calif., 1933] 2 p. 1., 
60 p. 8vo. © Jan. 23, 1933; 2 c. 
Jan. 28 ; aff. Feb. 13 ; A 60252 ; Jose- 
phine Crane Monnot, San Jose, 
Calif. 1679 

Hooflnghams (The) ; Episode no. 1, a 
radio feature, by H. Lawrence. © 
1 c. Mar. 27, 1933 ; D 21507 ; Harry 
Lawrence, Chicago. 1680 

Hootchie hootchie ; a farce in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by L. Reina. © 
1 c. Mar. 15, 1933 ; D 21286 ; Louis 
Reina, Jersey City, N. J. 1681 

Hostesses (The) of the White House; 
composed by H. A. Preston. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933 ; D 21297 ; Hattie Angie 
Preston, Waltham, Mass. 1682 

House (The) divided; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. Humphrey. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1933; D 21288; Maude Humphrey, 
Springfield, 111. 1683 

House of fear ; Program no. 1, a series 
of radio sketches, by B. E. Ryder. 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933 ; D 21223 ; Uni- 
versal radio productions, Chicago. 

1684 

How far is down? a play in 3 acts, by 
B. R. Neeper. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933 ; 
D 21159; Bess R. Neeper, Lans- 
downe, Pa. 1685 

How to cure them ; or, Poor Jimmy, a 
comedy in 2 acts, by G. Ermoloff. © 
1 c. Mar. 25, 1933 ; D 21473 ; George 
Ermoloff, New York. 1686 

How would you decide. See Regal 
(A) atonement. 

Hullabaloo ; a farcical satire in 3 acts. 
Anonymous. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933 ; 
D 21230; Dorothy Ellin Flax and 
Nathan Flax, Cincinnati. 1687 

I bequeath ; a drama in 3 acts, by B. J. 
Norton. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1932; D 
21421 ; Bernard James Norton, New 
York. 1688 

I would share; a scriptural, money- 
raising program for all Temple 
(church) needs, text and music, by 



Grant Colfax Tullar. Orange, N. J. 
1933. 12 numb. 1., 1 1. 4to. Text. 
© Jan. 23, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 2; D 
21200; Grant Tullar, Orange, N. J. 
1689 

Ichthomo (The man fish) in the island 
of Eves ; a drama in 3 acts, by F. H. 
James and Wallie Sullivan. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1933; D 21394; Frederick 
H. James, New York. 1690 

If money could talk; a 1-act play by 
Isabel Dawn [pseud, of I. GossJ and 
B. De Gaw. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; D 
21154 ; Isabel Goss and Boyce De 
Gaw, Arcadia, Calif. 1691 

In a glance ; dramatico musical com- 
position in 2 acts, text by M. Seiden- 
fried, lyrics and music by B. Jam- 
pel. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; D 28403 ; 
Morton Seidenfried and Blanche 
Jampel, Brooklyn. 1692 

In high places; drama in 3 acts, by 
W. R. Randall, based on the short 
story entitled The Senator's dilem- 
ma, by Charles Caldwell Dobey. © 
1 c. Feb. 25, 1933 ; D 21160 ; William 
Rufus. Randall, Roselle, N.J. 1693 

In no ivory tower; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. Parkinson. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1933; D 21504; Jasmine Parkinson, 
North Merrick, N.Y. 1694 

In reverse ; a comedy in 1 act. by D. 
F. Grant. © 1 c. Feb. 13. 1933 ; D 
21379; Dorothy Fremont Grant, 
Manhasset, L.I., N.Y. 1G95 

Incanto di primavera ; visione musi- 
cale in 1 atto, di Maria B. Pasini 
[musica di] Vincenzo Billi. Ridu- 
zione dell'autore per canto e piano- 
forte. Milano, 1933. 2 p. 1.. 22 p. 
4to. © Mar. 6, 1933: 1 c. Mar. 7; 
D 28407 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

1696 

Income tax. See Modern Baron Mun- 
chausen. 

Insurgents (Les) ; ou, La banniere 
semee d'etoiles, piece en 5 actes et 
epilogue, par G. A. W. Chereau. 2. 
version. © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1932 : D 
2153S; Gustave Achille Wilhelm 
Chereau, Cormeilles-on-Vexin, Seine 
et Oise, France. 10' 17 

Intermission; a play in 1 act. by w. 
S. Smith. © 1 c. Mar. !>. 1933; D 
21204: Warren S. Smith, Allentown, 
Pa. 1698 

International marriage; a play in 3 
acts. by Mary-Martha Knowles 



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no. 3, 1933 



1737 



[pseud, of A. Whytal and M. Wal- 
dreaon] © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1933; D 
21208 ; Adelaide Whytal, Beausoleil, 
and Mabel Waldreaon, Monaco, 
France. 1699 

Into another dimension; play in 3 
acts, by G. Waldron. © 1 c. Mar. 
20, 1933; D 21341; Grace Waldron, 
Altadena, Calif. 1700 

Invisible (The) one and the twelve 
patriots; by F. H. Holmes. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933 ; D 21293 ; Franklin H. 
Holmes, Pittsburgh. 1701 

Invisible scepter. See Discarded. 

Jade (The) ring; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Ray Hodges. Minneapolis, Minn., 
1933. 81 p. diagr. 12mo. © Feb. 
28, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 11; D 23149; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

1702 

Jane's encore; a 1-act play, by E. 
Van Slyck. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933 ; 
D 21240 ; Emeline Van Slyck, West- 
field, N. J. 1703 

Jed an' Carrie. See Death Valley 
days. 

Jewish (A) word; a play in 1 act, by 
William M. Blatt. Boston [1933] 
13 p. 12mo. © Feb. 3, 1933; 2 c. 
Mar. 2; D 21106; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 1704 

Jonah, imps and the whale; a 6-act 
drama, by G. Cook. [Detroit, Mich., 
1933] 19 p. port. 12mo. © Feb. 
20, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 28; D 21582; 
George Cook, Detroit. 1705 

Jootenant Levinski up for court mar- 
tial; a burlesque military trial, by 
Arthur LeRoy Kaser. Boston 
[1933] 15 p. 12mo. © Feb. 10, 
1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 2 ; D 21097 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 1706 

Jove laughs; a 1-act play, by L. Shel- 
ley. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; D 21268 ; 
Leonard Shelley, Los Angeles. 1707 

Judge Landon's daughter ; a drama in 
3 acts, by Will Pickersgill. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1933; D 21316; William 
Pickersgill, Regina, Canada. 1708 

Judith ; biblisches drama in 3 auf- 
zugen, text und musik von Livio 
Luzzatto. Berlin, 1932. 24 p. 
16mo. Textbuch. © Nov. 4, 1932; 
1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; D 21350 ; Edition 
Adler, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 1709 

Judy and Jane ; Continuity nos. 83-94, 
96-101, Feb. 2, 3, 6-10, 13-17, 21-24, 



27, 28, 1933, a series of radio 
sketches, by Robert D. Andrews. © 
1 c. each Mar. 6, 1933; D 21361- 
21378; J. A. Folger & co., Kansas 
City, Mo. . 1710-1727 

Just for fun. See Kaltenmeyer's 
kindergarten. 

Kaltenmeyer's kindergarten; no. 16. 
Just for fun, a series of radio 
sketches, by B. Kamman and Harry 
Lawrence. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933; 
D 21232; Bruce Kamman, Chicago. 
1728 

Kameradschaftsehe (Die) ; oder, Billy 
und Milly, komodie in 3 akten, von 
Peter Streck. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1933 ; 
D 21358 ; Fritz Staudte und Hanns- 
heinz Winkler, Berlin. 1729 

Kathe's spinning wheel; Programs 
1-3, a dramatized story in serial 
form with musical interludes for 
radio, by H. H. Kappes. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1933 ; D 21385 ; Hope Hern 
Kappes, New York. 1730 

Keep off the grass; a farce in 3 acts, 
by K. L. Beach and M. Gould. New 
version of At the crossroads. © 
1 c. Feb. 21, 1933; D 21352; Kath- 
arine L. Beach, Montclair, N.J., and 
Margaret Gould, South Orange, N.J. 
1731 

Kellys (The) ; Program no. 1, a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by B. E. 
Ryder. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933; D 
21224 ; Universal radio productions, 
Chicago. 1732 

King Arthur; musical comedy in 2 
acts, by Clair Johnson. © 1 c. Mar. 
20, 1933; D 28412; Clair W. John- 
son, Springville, Utah. 1733 

King's (The) command; a drama in 4 
acts, by J. P. Delaney. © 1 c. Mar. 
3, 1933 ; D 21130 ; John P. Delaney, 
New York. 1734 

Kit Marlowe ; a play in 3 acts, by M. 

M. Coxe. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933 ; D 

21437 ; Maria M. Coxe, Philadelphia. 

1735 

Kyrill reist ins Abendland ; komodie 
in 5 akten, von Louise Marie Mayer 
und A. Rundt. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1932 ; 
D 21249; Arthur Rundt, Vienna. 

1736 

Lady (The) and the lot jumper. See 
Death Valley days. 

Larnin' : a 1-act play, by A. Webb. © 
1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; D 21147; Alia 
Webb, Claremont, Calif. 1737 



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pt. I. n. s., v. 6 



Last (The) day. See Dies irae. 

Laus (Die) im pelz; komodie iu 9 
bildern vons Hans Miiller-Schlosser. 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933: D 21515: 
Vertriebsstelle des Verbandes 
deutscher biihnenschrift-steller u. 
biihnenkornponisten, g. m. b. h., Ber- 
lin. 173S 

Leiba ! Leiba ! tragoodia neljas pildis, 

A. Koovits. © 1 c. Mar. 2. 1933; 

D 21134; Arno Koovits. New York. 

1739 

Light; a 1-act play, by J. F. Godfrey. 
© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933 ; D 21252 ; John 
F. Godfrey, St. Louis. 1740 

Lightning (The) conductor ; a com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Mrs. Cecil Chester- 
ton [i. e. A. E. Chesterton] © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; D 21487; Ada Eliza- 
beth Chesterton, London. 1741 

Lillian Russell. See Rise of Broad- 
way. 

Lily of the valley ; a play in 3 acts, by 
V. McCarty. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933 ; 
D 21524; Virginia McCarty, New 
York. 1742 

Little cotton king; a drama in 3 acts, 
by Harry Klipper. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1933; D 21245; Harry Benjamin 
Klipper, New York. 1743 

Living hours. See Reigen, The af- 
fairs of Anatol, and other plays. 

Locandiera (La) See Welcome inn. 

Lolita spends the week-end. See She 
cried for the moon. 

Lollipop land; 2-act play with music 
by H. Ramsey. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1933; D 23404; Helen Ramsey, Lis- 
bon, O. [Copyright is claimed on 
changes and additions] 1744 

Lost paradise ; or, The thousand and 
third night, an operetta libretta in 2 
acts, by A. E. Bishop. Text. © 1 c. 
Mar. 23, 1933; D 21420; Aaron E. 
Bishop, Cleveland Heights, O. 

1745 

Lotse an bord ! eine fischerkomodie in 
4 akten von Ferdinand Oesau. © 
1 c. Mar. 22, 1933; D 21511; Ver- 
triebsstelle des Verbandes deutscher 
biihnenschrift-steller u. biihnenkom- 
ponisten, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 1740 

Love among the spooks ; a comic mys- 
tery in 3 acts, by T. Packard. © 1 
c. Mar. 7, 1933; D 21196; Theodore 
Packard, Canton, Mass. 1747 

Love (The) temple of Mars. See Sky 
(The) rocket mystery. 



Lure (The) of Kali ; a play in 3 acts, 
by C. Root. © 1 c. Mar. 23. 1933; 
D 21542; Charlet Root, Astoria, 
L. I., N. Y. 1748 

Mademoiselle Le Gras : a play in 2 
acts, by M. Licht. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1933 ; D 21295 ; Marie Licht, Brook- 
lyn. 1749 

Maggie Tulliver ; a romantic drama in 
3 acts with prologue and epilogue, 
by John Leighton, based on George 
Eliot's classical novel The mill on 
the Floss. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933 ; D 
21325; J. Joel Levy. Long Beach, 
N. Y. 1750 

Magical (The) voyage to Wellville; 
or, Post toasties story time ; a series 
of radio sketches, by P. Wing. Epi- 
sodes 49-54. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1933; 
D 21132 ; Paul Wing, Darien, Conn. 
1751 

Episodes 55-60. © 1 c. Mar. 

15, 1933 ; D 21287 ; Paul Wing, Da- 
rien, Conn. 1752 

Man v'ape in the play of Ear-ce- 
rammed; by Samnels-Bacon. 'sain 
ls-ot [pseud, of Philip Samuels] 
[Boston, Mass., 1933] 3 p. 1., [5]- 
255 p. ports. 8vo. © Jan. 12, 
1933: 2 c. Jan. 13; aff. Jan. 14; A 
5S909 ; Philip Francis Samuels, Bos- 
ton. 1752* 

Mandy and Chloe; Sketches nos. 1-7, 
a series of sketches, by Claire Sug- 
den [pseud, of A. W. Sugden] © 
1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; D 21509; Ada 
Whitmore Sugden, Bi'ooklyn. 1753 

Manbaters (The) : nos. 1-25, a series 
of radio skits, by M. V. Cory. © 
1 c. Mar. 3. 19X3: D 21146: Mildred 
Virginia Cory, New York. 1754 

Manhattan patrol; a radio sketch, in- 
vestigation by D. Thomas Curtin, 
dramatization by Finis Farr and 
Gregory Williamson. Episode 19. 
Out of town gang, parts 1. 2. © 
1 c. Mar. 8, 1933; D 21192; Lord 
& Thomas. New York. 1755 

Episode 20. The Wayne poi- 
son case, pts. 1. 2. © 1 c. Mar. 10. 
1933; D 21300; Lord & Thomas, 
New York. 1756 

Episode 21. The case of the 

silver elephant, pts. 1. 2. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1933; D 21389; Lord & 
Thomas, New York. 1757 

Episode 22. The gold stand- 
ard gang. pts. 1. 2. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1933; D 2157G : Lord & Thomas. 
New York. 1758 



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no. 3, 1933 



Many a slip; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
William Jackson. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933: D 21168: William Chapin 
Jackson, New York. 1759 

Marching on ; a spectacle in 4 acts, by 
Emma C. W. Gray. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 
1933 : D 21142 ; Paine college, Au- 
gusta, Ga. 1760 

Marx brothers. See Five star theatre. 

Mary of Magtlala ; a resurrection play 
[by] Will S. Woodhull. Napa, 
Calif., Multi press [1933] 26 p. 
16 mo. © Mar. 10. 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 
20; D 21329; Will S. Woodhull, 
Napa, Calif. 1761 

Maschera (La) e il volto. See Ridicu- 
lous (The) husband. 

Mastering flame ; a photoplay, by F. E. 
Carstarphen, based upon a novel, by 
Anne Warwick [pseud, of R. Crans- 
ton] © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1933 ; D 21136 ; 
Ruth Cranston and Frank E. Cars- 
tarphen, New York. 1762 

Masterpieces of the Russian drama ; 
selected and edited with an intro- 
duction by George Rapall Noyes. 
New York, London, 1933. xi, 902 p. 
8vo. © Feb. 10. 1933 ; 2 c. and aff. 
Feb. 13; A 59387; D. Appleton and 
co., New York. 1762* 

Matriarchs (The) ; a comedy in 4 acts, 
by E. F. Taylor. © 1 e. Jan. 31, 
1933 ; D 21162 ; Edith Foreman Tay- 
lor, Ontario, Canada. 1763 

Maud and Cousin Bill; Pts. 74-85, a 
radio play, by B. Tarkington. © 1 c. 
Mar. 28, 1933 ; D 21527 ; Booth Tark- 
ington, Indianapolis. 1764 

Meddlesome (The) maid; a farce in 3 
acts, by Charles George. Boston 
[1933] 76 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Feb. 6, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 2 : D 21103 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 1765 

Meet the angels ; a fantasy in 1 act, 
by G. B. Cluff. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; 
D 21484 ; Gladys Briggs Cluff, Pasa- 
dena. 1766 

Men and angels ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by R. L. Buckner. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1933 ; D 21525 ; Robert L. Buckner, 
New York. 1767 

Merry Christmas, Kid ; a play, by Jos- 
eph Faus, radio adaptation, by J. M. 
Kellman. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1932; D 
21128; International radio release, 
and Jack Meyer Kellman, Detroit. 

176S 



Mickey Mouse ; Episode 1, a radio 
sketch, by E. Longstreth. © 1 c. 
Mar. 23. 1983: D 21418; Edward 
Longstreth, New York. 1769 

Mike & Mike : a comedy in 2 acts, by 

Fred Wall. © 1 c. Mar. 27. 1933; 

D 21510 ; Louis E. Miller, New York. 

1770 

Milligan and Mulligan; a series of 
radio scripts, by Bob White. The 
Cavanaugh case. Scripts 1-6. © 
1 c. Mar. 23, 27, 1933; D 21416, 
21492 ; Bob White productions, Chi- 
cago. 1771, 1772 

The devil's workshop. Scripts 

1-6. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 20, 1933; D 
21314, 21337; Bob White produc- 
tions, Chicago. 1773, 1774 

Murder for love. Scripts 1-6. 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 13, 1933; D 21225, 
21251 ; Bob White productions, Chi- 
cago. 1775, 1776 

— — The water rat. Scripts 1-6. 

© 1 c. Mar. 3, 6, 1933; D 21150, 
21185; Bob White productions, Chi- 
cago. 1777, 1778 

Mimi pandore ; sketch filme de Georges 
Dolley. Paris, Bruxelles, 1932. 
cover-title, 9 p. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1932; 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; D 21537; 
Editions Salabert, Paris. 1779 

Ming (The) vase; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. E. Taggart. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933 ; 
D 21528; Marguerite Estelle Tag- 
gart, Seattle. 1780 

Missing (The) cross; a pageant, by 
Rev. Frederick D. Niedermeyer. 
Perth Amboy, N. J., 1933. 10 p. 
12mo. © Mar. 1, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 2 ; 
D 21124; LaRoe press, Perth Am- 
boy, N. J. 1781 

Mist o' the moor ; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. C. Jackson. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; 
D 21169; William Chapin Jackson, 
New York. 1782 

Mr. Job, 1933 ; a melodrama in 3 acts, 
by Joseph Applegate. © 1 c. Mar. 
3. 1933 ; D 21145 ; Joseph Henry Ap- 
plegate, Ridgewood, N. J. 1783 

Mister Wu ; oper in 3 akten von M. 
Karlev, mit autorisation der ver- 
fasser nach dem gleichnahmigen 
drama von Harry M. Vernon und 
Harold Owen. Musik von Eugen 
d'Albert, nach den vorhandenen 
skizzen vollendet von Leo Blech. 
Klavierauszug mit text von dr. H. F. 



171753—33- 



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pt. 1, 11. s., v. 6 



Mister Wu — Continued. 

Redlich. Berlin, 1932. 158 p. fol. 
© Sept. 7, 1932 ; 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; 
D 28415 ; Edition Adler, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 1784 

Partitur. Berlin, 1932. 1 p. 

I., 262 p. 4to. © Sept. 7, 1932 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 10, 1933 ; D 28414 ; Edition Ad- 
ler, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 1785 

Modern (The) Baron Munchausen; a 
series of radio sketches, by William 
K. Wells. Episode no. 26. The crack 
shot, pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; 
D 21172; Lord & Thomas, New York. 
1786 

Episode 27. Income tax, pts. 

1, 2. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933 ; D 21229 ; 
Lord & Thomas, New York. 1787 

■ Episode 28. Sports, pts. 1, 2. 

© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933 ; D 21320 ; Lord 
& Thomas, New York. 1788 

—-Episode 29. The mountain- 
eer, pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933 ; 
D 21470 ; Lord & Thomas, New York. 
1789 

Money (The) changers; a play in 3 
acts, by J. R. Perkins. © 1 c. Feb. 
4, 1933; D 21219; Jacob Randolph 
Perkins, Council Bluffs, la. 1790 

Money mad ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
R. C. Hawkins. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933 ; D 21164 ; Richard Clark Haw- 
kins, Urbana, O. 1791 

Monjes (Los) de San Martin; poema 
dramatico en 3 actos y en verso 
[por] E. Morell y Casanova. Barce- 
lona, 1932. 160 p. 12mo. © Dec. 
1, 1932; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; A— 
Foreign 19740; E. Morell Casanova, 
Barcelona. 1791* 

Mountaineer (The) See Modern Baron 
Munchausen. 

Murder ; a mystery play in 3 acts, by 
Finlay McDermid and Arthur Fitz- 
Richard. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; D 
21490; Finlay A. McDermid, San 
Marino, Calif. 1792 

Murder for love. See Milligan and 
Mulligan. 

Murder in Hollywood ; a satirical 
drama in 3 acts, by J. Blair. © 1 c. 
Mar. 21, 1933; D 21359; Joe Blair, 
Hollywood, Calif. 1793 

Nachtigall (Die) und das kleine 
kiichenmadchen ; ein niiirchenspiel in 
8 bildern (nach Anderson) von Hans 
Peter Schmiedel, musik von Heinz 



Fritzsche. Text. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1933; D 21520; Vertriebsstelle des 
Verbandes deutscher biihnenschrift- 
steller u. biihnenkomponisten, g. m. 
b. h., Berlin. 1794 

Nasenprofessor (Der) ; schwank in 3 
akten, von Gustav Hochstetter. © 
1 c. Mar. 22, 1933; D 21512; Ver- 
triebsstelle des Verbandes deutscher 
btihnenschriftsteller u. biihnenkom- 
ponisten, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 1795 

Nazarene (The), master and martyr; 
a Biblical drama in 5 episodes, by 
H. C. Weiss. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933 ; 
D 21491; Herschell Conrad Weiss, 
Kansas City, Mo. 1796 

Net (The) ; a play in 1 act, by Robert 
T. Haines. New York, N. Y., Los 
Angeles, Samuel French, inc. ; Lou- 
don, Samuel French, ltd., 1932. 2 
p. 1., 3-16 p. diagr. 12mo. © Oct. 
15, 1932; 2 c. Nov. 18; D 19268; 
Robert T. Haines, New York. 1797 

Never tell ; a 1-act play, by M. B. 
Scoville. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; D 
21326; Marion Bennett Scoville. 
Monrovia, Calif. 1798 

New (A) deal ; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. P. Engel. © 1 c. Mar. 2. 1933 ; 
D 21133; William Paul Engel, Oak 
Park, 111. 1799 

New England night ; a play in 6 scenes, 
by Frederic L. Day and F. Frost. 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; D 21471: 
Frances Frost, St. Albans, Vt. 1S00 

New Year's eve — 1933 ; a play in 8 
scenes, by S. Greenhill. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1933; D 21195; Sara Greenhill, 
New York. 1801 

New York town ; a musical operetta in 
3 acts, by M. Adelmann. Text. © 

1 c. Mar. 10. 1933 ; D 21227 ; Milton 
Adelmann, Brooklyn. 1802 

Night school : a sketch, by W. J. Fitz- 
patrick. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933: D 
21216; William J. Fitzpatrick, Chel- 
sea, Mass. 1803 

Nightingale (The) ; operetta for young 
people in 1 act, book by Frederick 
H. Martens after the fairy tale by 
Hans Christian Andersen. Music by 
Rob Roy Perry. Boston, New York, 
Oliver Ditson company, inc. ; Chi- 
cago. Lyon & Healy, inc. ; London, 
Winthrop Rogers, ltd. [1933] 4 p. 
1., 55 p. 4to. © Feb. 24, 1933; 

2 c. Mar. 6; D 28406; Oliver Dit- 
son c«>., inc.. Boston. 1S04 



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no. 3, 1933 



1825 



No good end ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
W. D. Judson, jr. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1933 ; D 21237 ; William David Jud- 
son, jr., New York. 1805 

Nocturne; by Lorentz Haiua [pseud, 
of L. L. Atlas] © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1933 ; 
D 21261; Leopold Lawrence Atlas, 
Brooklyn. 1806 

North pole expedition ; Broadcasts 1-3, 
a series of radio sketches, by G. O. 
Noville. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933; D 
21138; George Otto Noville, New 
York. 1807 

Notable (A) crime ; a tragic drama in 
3 acts, by G. Smithfield. © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1933; D 21269; George 
Smithfield, New York. 1808 

Notes and music ; a play in 2 acts, by 
J. L. Jacoby. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1933 ; 
D 21415; Janice Leonora Jacoby, 
New York. 1809 

O kritis ; a farce comedy in 1 act, by 

Val Clark [i.e. V. M. Clark] © 

1 c. Feb. 15, 1933 ; D 21291 ; Vahner 

Maurice Clark, Santa Ana, Calif. 

1810 

Odd man ; a play in a prologue and 3 
acts, by H. C. Bloomingdale. © 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1933; D 21255; Hiram C. 
Bloomingdale, New York. 1811 

Oh, what a night ! a farce in 3 acts, 
by Charles George. Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1933. 70, [6] p. diagr. 
12mo. Contains music. © Mar. 1, 
1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 6 ; D 21347 ; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 1812 

Old (The) home road; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Esther C. Averill. Bos- 
ton [1933] 76 p. 12mo. © Feb. 18, 
1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 2 ; D 21094 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 1813 

On the half shell. See Oyster (The) 
king. 

One hour to marry; a 1-act play, by 
Arthur H. Crain. (In Midlothian, 
111., The Messenger, Feb. 10, 1933) 
© Feb. 10, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 13; D 
21212 ; Arthur H. Crain, Midlothian, 
111. 1814 

One of these days. See Woman (A) 
laughs. 

One of us ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Frank Howard [pseud, of] P. John- 
son. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933 ; D 21354 ; 
Philip Johnson, Macclesfield, Eng- 
land. 1815 

Oscar Hammerstein I. See Rise of 
Broadway. 



Other (The) Mary; a drama depicting 
5 links in one chain of fate, by 
Francis and Helena Medhurst. © 
1 c. Mar. 11, 1933 ; D 21242 ; Francis 
Medhurst and Helena Medhurst, 
Veiitnor City, N. J. 1816 

Our house is broken; a play in 1 act. 
by David Jacob Dargin [pseud, of 
D. J. Darginsky] © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933; D 21167; David Jacob Dar- 
ginsky, New York. 1817 

Out of town gang. See Manhattan 
patrol. 

Oyster (The) king; or, On the half 
shell, a play in 1 act, by L. Liebling 
and F. Fradkin. © 1 c. Mar. 6. 
1933 : D 21479 ; Leonard Liebling and 
Fredric Fradkin, New York. 1818 

Pair (A) draws a full house; a satiri- 
cal comedy in 1 act, by A. Ricciardi. 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933; D 21239; 
Attilio Ricciardi, Claremont, Calif. 
1819 

Panic of 1893. See America carries 
on. 

Papa and the girls ; a farce-comedy in 
3 acts, by Edwin Scribner. Chi- 
cago [1933] 187 p. 12mo. © 
Mar. 28, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 30; D 
21557; T. S. Denison & co., Chi- 
cago. 1820 

Payatz (The) (The clown) ; a play in 
3 acts, by E. Epstein, 
yaxm ytpVxp'nn .yxbp ijn :px>xs njn 
.ptstpsy -inox ps jyopx 3 px 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933; D 21388; 
Esther Epstein, Brooklyn. 1821 

Peace before Armistice; a play, by L. 
Marianelli, translation by Elda Ci- 
anaini. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; D 
21186; Luigi Marianelli, Chicago. 

1822 

Penny anarchy; a play of modern 
Iowa, by W. M. Lee. © 1 c. Mar. 
1, 1933; D 21113; Warren M. Lee, 
Iowa City, la. 1823 

Period of the civil war. See America 
carries on. 

Perry scope broadcasts; Episodes 1-3, 
a radio sketch, by H. F. Wight. © 
1 c. Mar. 8, 1933; D 21193; Harley 
Franklin Wight, San Diego, Calif. 

1824 

Peter's patience; a play in 1 act, by 
J. C. Agnew. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; 
D 21141 ; Jean Cameron Agnew, La- 
fayette, Ala. 1825 



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1826 



lit. I. n. s.. v. 



Petite (Une) femme . . . enactions; 
piece en 1 acte. de Armand Foucher. 
Paris, Bruxelles. 1932. 19 p. 16mo. 
( Le Bon theatre d'aujourd' hui ) © 
Dec. 31, 1932; 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933: 
D 21533: Editions Salabert, Paris. 
1826 

Phyllis Wheatley pageant-play ; an 
African herald in a prologue and 8 
acts, by M. C. Terrell. © 1 c. Mar. 
22. 1933 : D 21387 ; Mary Church Ter- 
rell, Washington. 1827 

Pierrot's omelet ; a play in 1 act. by 
Burns M. Kattenberg. Minneapolis, 
Minn. [1932] 22 p. diagr. 8vo. 
© Nov. 9. 1932: 2 c. Mar. 6. 1933: 
D 21259; F. D. Singler play co., 
Minneapolis. 1828 

Pigeon vole ; coinedie en 3 actes, par 
G. Dolley and Robert Destez. © 
1 c. Mar. 30, 1933 ; D 21558 ; Georges 
Dolley and Charles Dillion, Paris. 

1829 

Pontine at Detroit; a drama in 4 acts, 
by J. C. Logan and Harold Allen. 
© 1 c. Mar. 21. 1933; D 21380; 
James Clarke Logan, Pittsburgh. 

1830 

Poor Jimmy. See How to cure them. 

Poor Pegasus ; a satire in 3 acts, by 
S. C. Boesen. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933; 
D 21114; Sofhus Charles Boesen, 
Detroit. 1831 

Poor (The) rich; a comedy in 1 act, 
by H. J. Wylie. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1933 ; D 21392 ; Henry Jewell Wylie, 
Uvalde, Tex. 1832 

Portia sees; a drama in 3 acts, by M. 
Maxfield and L. Eggleston. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1933; D 21480; Mina Max- 
field and Lena Eggleston, Pasadena. 
1833 

Portrait of Washington. See Five 
star theatre. 

Post toasties story time. See Magical 
voyage to Wellville. 

Poverty row — Hollywood ; a comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by Maxwell Fair- 
field [pseud, of W. Parker] © 1 c. 
Mar. 9, 1933; D 21209; William 
Parker, Washington. 1834 

Premiere (Die) ; lustspiel in 3 akten 
mit gasange von L. Geiger. Text. 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; Music, © 1 c. 
Mar. 10 ; D 28408 ; Leo Geiger, New 
York. 1835 

Prince (The) of Siam ; a romantic 
comedy in 2 acts, by Robert St. 



'lair. Minneapolis, Minn.. 1933. 
70. [1<»] p. diagr. 12mo. © Mar. 
1. 1983 : 2 c. Mar. 6; D 21348; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 1836 

Princess (The) in the cage; a play 
in a prologue and 3 acts, by C. B. 
Fernald. © 1 c. Mar. 25. 1933; 
D 21477; Chester Bailey Fernald, 
London. 1837 

Prinz Ligojans brautfahrt ; inacli 
einem marchen von Andersen) Ein 
stock fur kinder von Else Holle- 
Hellmund, musik von Hermann 
Reutter. [Stuttgart, Germany, 

1932] 2 p. 1.. 34 numb. 1. 4to. 
Text. © Oct. 3. 1932; 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1933; D 21503; Else Holle-Hell- 
mund, Stuttgart, Germany. 1S38 

Prihzessin fur eine nacht : operette in 
3 akten von Karl Thiemann und 
Hans Pflanzer. musik von Viktor 
Corzilius [pseud] Text. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22. 1933; D 21517: Edition 
Neruda. Berlin. 1839 

Punchinello; a play in 2 parts, with a 
prologue and epilogue, by J. Westley 
and Kendall Banning. © 1 c. Mar. 
6. 1933; D 21177; John Westley, 
New York. 1S40 

Queen Elizabeth's daughter ; a play in 
3 acts, by W. W. Whalen. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1933; D 21575; Will W. 
Whalen, Orrtanna, Pa. 1841 

Radio broadcast of actual half hour 
on the set during the making of a 
motion picture ; a radio sketch, by 

C. Harbaugh. © 1 c. Nov. 4, 1933; 
D 21206 ; Carl Harbaugh, N. Holly- 
wood, Calif. 1842 

Radiovision (The) murder ; a mystery 
drama in 3 acts, by G. H. Moase. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933; D 21339; 
George Hewitt Moase, Brooklyn. 

1S43 

Reach for the moon; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Lindsey Barbee. Boston 
[1933] S8 p. 12mo. © Feb. 6. 1933 ; 
2 c. Mar. 2; D 2109S ; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 1844 

Red (The) dress; a play in 3 acts, by 

D. E. Chantler. © 1 c. Jan. 0, 1933 ; 
D 21290 ; D. Everett Chantler, Pitts- 
burgh. 1S45 

Regal (A) atonement; or, How would 
you decide, a play in 3 acts, by L. 
Todd. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; D 
21173 ; Lilian Todd, Los Angeles. 

1846 



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1866 



Reigen, The affairs of Anatol, and 
other plays; by Arthur Sehnitzler. 
translated by Marya Mannes and 
Grace Isabel Colbron, introduction 
by Ashley Dukes. New York 
[1933] xv, 301 p. 16mo. Con- 
tents: — Reigen (Hands around). — 
The affairs of Anatol. — Living 
hours. — The green cockatoo. © 
Feb. 15, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; aff. Feb. 
21; A 60353; Modern library, inc., 
New York. 1846* 

Revolt (The) ; a drama, by T. Dreiser. 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; D 21497; 
Theodore Dreiser, New York. 1847 

Rich man ; a play in 3 acts, by G. Car- 
neal and B. Hershey. © 1 c. Mar. 
9, 1933; D 21207; Georgette Car- 
neal, and Burnet Hershey, New 
York. 1848 

Ridiculous (The) husband; a play in 
3 acts, from La maschera e il volto, 
by Luigi Ghiarelli, translated by 
Sebastian Braggiotti. © 1 c. Mar. 
1, 1933; D 21117; Sebastian Her- 
bert Braggiotti, Brookline, Mass. 

1849 

Ring (The) and the book. See Trago- 
die in Arezzo. 

Rise of Broadway ; a series of radio 
programs, by J. B. Smith. Ger- 
aldine Farrar. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; 
D 215S0; Joe Bates Smith, New 
York. 1850 

Lillian Russell. © 1 c. Mar. 

6, 1933 ; D 21581 : Joe Bates Smith, 
New York. 1851 

Oscar Hammerstein I. © 

1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; D 21579; Joe 
Bates Smith, New York. 1852 

River (The) runs red ; a play in 1 act, 
by J. McMahill, jr. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1933; D 21417; John McMahill, jr., 
New York. 1853 

Robert Barker's will; drama in 1 act, 
by O. K. Robinson. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1933 ; D 21241 ; Olga Kelsey Robin- 
son, Menlo Park, Calif. 1854 

Romance of the West and the panic of 
1873. See America carries on. 

Room on the plate ; a comedy, by J. 
McCarthy and J. P. Murray. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; D 21179; J. P. Mur- 
ray, New York, Joseph McCarthy, 
Pelham, N. Y. 1855 

Rooms to let; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. Alkon and Macklym Hartyl. © 



1 c. Mar. 11. 1933 ; D 21247 ; Joshua 
Alkon, New York, and Thomas E. H. 
Black, Detroit. 1856 

Roses are red ; or, Hephzibah Hip- 
well's husband, a play in 1 act, by 
Katharyn Kenfleld [pseud, of R. E. 
Skenfleld] © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; D 
21175; Ruth E. Skenfield, Los 
Angeles. 1857 

Round trip; a play in 1 act, by C. 
Allensworth, jr. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933; D 21178; Carl Allensworth, 
jr., New Haven. 1858 

Run (A) on love; a drama in 1 act, 
by Ronnie M. Jabor [pseud, of R. 
Madsen] © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1933; D 
21210; Ragnhilde Madsen, New 
York. 1859 

Sally gets married ; a comedy, by Noel 
Walters [pseud, of Nell Beier- 
waltes] Boston [1933] 19 p. 
12mo. © Feb. 3, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 2 ; 
D 21110; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 1860 

Sand; (Fremdenlegion) ein stuck in 
4 akten, von Gustav Beer. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1933; D 21519; Vertriebs- 
stelle des Verbandes deutecher biih- 
nenschriftsteller u. biihnenkomponis- 
ten, g.m.b.h., Berlin. 1861 

Schade, dass er ein lump ist! ein 
abenteuer in 3 akten von Wilhelm 
Lichtenberg. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933 ; 
D 21514 ; Vertriebsstelle des Ver- 
bandes deutscher btihnenschrift- 
steeler u. biihnenkomponisten, g.m. 
b.h., Berlin. 1862 

Schulz and O'Malley; a dramatic con- 
tinuity in 3 episodes, by J. Foster. 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933; D 21301; 
James Foster, Chicago. 1863 

Search (The) ; a play in 4 scenes, 
with prologue and epilogue, by C. O. 
Jameson. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933 ; D 
21436: Charlotte Orr Jameson. 
Wooster, O. 1864 

Senator's (The) dilemma. See In 
high places. 

Sentimental Andre; by William Allen 
Page and J. A. Mallette. © 1 c. 
Mar. 21, 1933; D 21383: Jennie A. 
Mallette, Binghamton, N.Y. 1865 

Seven spinsters and a song ; a fantasy 
in 1 act. by Dorothy E. Nichols. 
Boston [1933] 16 p. 12mo. © Feb. 
3, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 2 ; D 21102 ; Wal- 
ter H. Baker co., Boston. 1S66 



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3867 



pt. I, n. s., v. 6 



Sex takes a holiday; by H. Mitchell. 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; D 21266; 
Helen Mitchell, Hollywood, Calif. 

1867 

Shadows of the past ; an original 
screen play, by Leon Lourner [pseud, 
of L. Schenck] © 1 c. Mar. 15. 
1933; D 21356; Louis Schenck, 
Brooklyn. 1868 

Sharp (The) lifter converted in the 
half of fourteen; by B. E. Young. 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933; D 21384; 
Bashal E. Young, Pine Bluff, Ark. 

1869 

She cried for the moon ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by H. Waters, based on a 
story entitled Lolita spends the 
week-end, by Vanessa Keynes. © 
1 c. Mar. 1, 1933; D 21112; Hadley 
Waters, New York. 1870 

She stoops to malinger ; a comedy 
drama in 4 acts, by Perce and Nor. 
ma Cameron [i. e. P. A. Cameron 
and O. N. Cameron] ©lc. Oct. 26, 
1932; D 21271; Olive Norma Cam- 
eron, and Perce Alexander Cameron, 
Sydney, Australia. 1871 

Sheriff (The) of Skidoo. See Death 
Valley days. 

Sing to me ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
William Haven [pseud, of W. Witte] 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933 ; D 21285 ; Wil- 
liam Witte, Bellerose, L.I., N.Y. 

1872 

Sinner courageous ; a play by J. W. 
Spinks. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; D 
21355; Jessie Watson Spinks, Co- 
lumbus, Ga. 1873 

Six damsels come to judgment ; a 
drama in 3 acts, by A. W. Chaplin. 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1933; D 21549; 
Alice Williams Chaplin, S. Wey- 
mouth, Mass. 1874 

Skippy ; continuity nos. 313-342, a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by Blackett- 
Sample-Hummert, inc. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 24, 1933; D 21439-21468; 
Skippy, inc., McLean, Va. 

1875-1904 

Skitogram (The) theory; a dramatic 
composition in 1 act, by Benny 
Samberg. © 1 c. Mar. 17. 1933 ; D 
21323; Benjamin Samberg, New 
York. 19D5 

Sky (The) rocket mystery; or, The 
love temple of Mars, a fantasy 
drama in 1 act. by W. B. Young. © 
1 c. Mar. 7, 1933; D 21181; William 
Bertram Young, Chicago. 1906 



Smouldering (The) flame; a comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by Charles George. 
Minneapolis, Minn., 1933. 74 p. 
12mo. © Feb. 25, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 
13; D 21346; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 1907 

Solly Ward. See Five star theatre. 

Soul of Don ; a melodrama in 3 acts, 
constructed from fragments of a 
play in Yiddish by S. Ansky [pseud, 
of Solomon Rappoport] Translated 
by Morris D. Waxman. © 1 c. 
Mar. 14, 1933 ; D 21278 ; Karol Mor- 
rell Waxman, Los Angeles. 190S 

Sox-appeal Sally; pt. 2, a dramatic 
sketch, by E. V. Tewksbury. © 1 c. 
Mar. 25, 1933 ; D 21472 ; Edith Viola 
Tewksbury, Medford, Mass. 1909 

Spanish lullaby; original screen play 
and dialogue, by O. M. Page. © 
1 c. Mar. 11, 1933; D 21246; Olive 
Meehan Page, Los Angeles. 1910 

Spanish (The) onion; a farcical com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Adam Applebud 
(Carl Webster Pierce) Boston 
[1933] 73 p. 12mo. © Feb. 3, 
1933; 2 c. Mar. 2; D 21101; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 1911 

Special agent five; Episode 18. Crim- 
inal and wife, pts. 1, 2, a series of 
radio sketches, official story by 
George F. Zimmer, dramatization 
by Finis Farr and Gregory William- 
son. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933 ; D 21119 ; 
Lord & Thomas, New York. 1912 

Spinsters (The) ; Episodes 1-3, a se- 
ries of sketches for radio, by R. 
Lewis-Berentsen. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1933; D 21508; Buth Lewis-Berent- 
sen, Rochester, N. Y. 1913 

Spirit (The) of mother-love; a service 
for Mother's day [by Elsie Duncan 
Yale] Philadelphia, Pa. [1933] 
cover-title, 6 p. 8vo. © Mar. 7, 
1933; 2 c. Mar. 25; D 2841S ; Hall- 
Mack co., Philadelphia. 1!>14 

Spirit (The) rider; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. T. Wolverton. © 1 c. Mar. 
1, 1933; D 21118; Ethel Traugh 
Wolverton. Omaha. 1915 

Sports. See Modem Baron Munchau- 
sen. 

Spring again; a play in 3 acts, by B. 

Koeford. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933; 

1) 21211'.): Bjorn Koeford, New York. 

1916 



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no. 3, 1933 



1966 



Stalking (The) terror; a play, by S. 
S. Frost. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933; 
D 21184; Solomon S. Frost, Brook- 
lyn. 1917 

Station W-H-Y ; a broadcasting sta- 
tion entertainment, by Jack Archer 
[pseud, of Arthur LeRoy Kaser] 
Boston [1933] 15 p. 12mo. © Feb. 
10, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 2 ; D 21100; Wal- 
ter H. Baker Co., Boston. 1918 

Still waters; a play in 3 acts, by C. 
Day and V. E. Sheridan. © 1 c. 
Mar. 28, 1933 ; D 21529 ; Charles Dey 
and Verne E. Sheridan, Slocum, R. 
I. 1919 

Storms ; a 1-act play, by F. L. Wright. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933; D 21338; 
Frances L. Wright, Los Angeles. 

1920 

Stranger than fiction ; a play in 1 act, 
by Edward Costello. Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1933. 16 p. diagr. 8vo. 
© Jan. 9, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 10; D 
21213; F. D. Singler play co., Min- 
neapolis. 1921 

String (The) savers; a mystery com- 
edy farce in 3 acts, by Billy Grady 
[i.e. W. T. Grady] © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1933: D 21238; William Theodore 
Grady, New York. 1922 

Sturm (Der) ; marchenspiel in 3 akten 
nach Shakespeares Sturm, musik von 
Anton Beer - Walbrunn, op. 64. 
Klavierauszug vom komponisten. 
Berlin [1932] 254 p. fol. © Nov. 
1, 1932 ; 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933 ; D 28411 ; 
Edition Adler, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 
1923 

Summer weather ; an anti-depression 
comedy in 3 acts, by Sterling Sher- 
win [pseud, of J. M. Hagen] and 
Gecldes Moore [pseud, of B. Moore] 
Contains music. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1933 ; D 21545 ; John Milton Hagen, 
San Francisco, and Beth Moore, 
Berkeley, Calif. 1924 

Suneye Joe. See Death Valley days. 

Survival (The) of the fittest. See 
What to do about it. 

Suzanne et les deux jeunes gens; 
sketch de Jacques Bousquet. Paris, 
Bruxelles, 1932. cover-title, 18 p. 
4to. © Dec. 31, 1932 ; 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1933; D 21536; Editions Salabert, 
Paris. 3925 

Symbols seven ; a 1-act fantasy, by D. 
J. Tepper. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; 
D 21272; David Jay Tepper, Los 
Angeles. 1926 



Synthetic ; a play in 3 acts, by O. Mus- 
chett. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; D 
21176 ; Owen Muschett, Corona, L. I., 
N. Y. 1927 

System (The) ; by J. P. Delaney. © 

© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1933; D 21205; 

John P. Delaney, Long Beach, N. Y. 

1928 

Tarzan of the apes; a series of radio 
sketches, by Edgar Rice Burroughs. 
Episodes 111-120. © 1 c. each Mar. 
3, 1933 ; D 21424-21433 ; Edgar Rice 
Burroughs, inc., Tarzana, Calif. 

1929-1938 

Episodes 121-140. © 1 c. 

each Mar. 22, 1933; D 21395-21414; 
Edgar Rice Burroughs, inc., Tar- 
zana, Calif. 1939-1958 

Tea for two. See Great (The) lovers 
of Broadway. 

Technocrat (The) ; a play in 1 act, 

by M. M. Coxe. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 

1933; D 21526; Maria M. Coxe, 

Philadelphia. 1959 

Techno-crazy ; a 1-act play, by R. C. 
Smith. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1933; D 
21221; Robert Carson Smith, Santa 
Ana, Calif. I960 

Teddy and partner; pi§ce en 3 actes, 
d'Yvan Noe [pseud, of J. Noetinger] 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933 ; D 21332 ; Jean 
Noetinger, St.-Claud (S. & O.) 
France. 1961 

Tempest (The) See Hamlet, prince of 
Denmark. 

Temple bells; a play in 3 acts with a 
prologue, by R. G. Jones. © 1 c. 
Mar. 10, 1933; D 21381; Russell G. 
Jones, Van Wert, O. 1962 

Ten grand ; a comedy in 3 acts, by R. 
W. Westwood. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1933 ; 
D 21578; Richard W. Westwood, 
Washington. 1963 

Tenor (The) from Towanda ; a skit, 
by I. Forbes. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; 
D 21158 ; Ian Forbes, Conshohocken, 
Pa. 1964 

Teufelsreiter (Der) ; operette in 3 
akten, von Rudolph Schanzer und 
Ernst Welisch. Music von Emmer- 
rich Kalman. Leipzig, Wien, 1932. 
2 v. [Libretto] 8 vo. [vocal score] 
fol. © Dec. 19, 1932 ; 1 c. each Jan. 
18, 1933 ; D 28419 ; W. Karczag, Vi- 
enna. 1965 

That gal Mercia ; a comic opera in 1 
act, by L. R. Cook. Text. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933: D 21174: Laurence 
Russell Cook, Los Angeles. 1966 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 6; 



There were two women ; a play in 3 
acts, by M. M. Axelson. © 1 c. Mar. 
14, 1933; D 21274; Mary McDougal 
Axelson, New York. 1967 

Thousand and third night. See Lost 
paradise. 

Tomboy ; a play in 3 acts, by J. Hagan. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; D 21281 ; James 
Hagan, New York. 1968 

Tom-tom ; by Shirley Graham [i. e. 
S. G. McCanns] Act 3, Rev. version. 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933 ; D 21217 ; Shir- 
ley Graham McCanns, Oberlin, O. 

1969 

Too clever is dumb ; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. G. Sterne and P. M. Duncan. 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933 ; D 21165 ; Emma 
Gelders Sterne, Pelham, N. Y., Per- 
ry M. Duncan, New York. 1970 

Tragedy (The) of King Richard the 
Second. See Hamlet, prince of Den- 
mark. 

Tragodie in Arezzo; (Oaponsacchi) 
oper in 3 akten, vor- und nachspiel 
nach Robert Brownings diehtung 
The ring and the book von Arthur 
Goodrich. Deutsche ubersetzung 
von Werner Wolff, einrichtung fur 
die deutsche buhne von Jul. Kapp, 
musik von Richard Hageman. Ber- 
lin, 1932. 2 v. fol. Mixed voices 
and orchestra score. © Sept. 1, 
1932; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933 ; 1 c. Mar. 3; 
D 28405 ; Edition Adler, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 1971 

Treasures ; a Biblical play in 1 act, by 
Ralph P. Claggett. New York 
[1933] 32 p. 12 mo. © Mar. 2, 
1933; 2 c. Mar. 3: D 21140; Fitz- 
gerald pub. Corp., New York. 1972 

Try (The) out; a comedy in 1 act, by 
J. R. Clemens. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933 ; 
D 21262 ; James Ross Clemens, Web- 
ster Groves, Mo. 1973 

Tryst (The) ; a play in 1 act, by L. 
Shelley. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; D 
21170; Leonard Shelley, Los An- 
geles. 1974 

Twelve chairs. See Great (The) 
schemer. 

Two lives; a play in 3 acts, by M. R. 

Carey. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; D 

21489; Matthew R. Carey, Brooklyn. 

1975 

Uncle Sam, jr. ; a musical play in 2 
parts, by T. T. Shively. © 1 c. 
Mar. 27, 1933; D 21495; Thornton 
Taylor Shively. Hastings, Neb. 1976 



Unemployed (The) ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Vivian Saigol. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1933; D 21548; Vivian Roy Saigol. 
Beckenham, Kent, England. T.)77 

Vanderlitten (The) kid; a comedy in 
1 act, by Eloise Keeler [i. e. E. K. 
Echols] © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1933: D 
21419; Eloise Keeler Echols, New 
York. 1978 

Vengeance (The) of the gang; a play 
for boys in 6 scenes, by Ronald Gow. 
London, and Glasgow, Gowans & 
Gray, ltd. ; Boston, The Bilker inter- 
national play bureau, 1933. 64 p. 
24 mo. © Feb. 28, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 
16; D 21502; Ronald Gow, Bowdon, 
Cheshire, England. 1979 

Venus (The) between us; a 3-act com- 
edy, by W. C. Patterson. © 1 c. 
Mar. 24, 1933; D 21435; William 
Chandler Patterson, San Francisco. 
1980 

Vignettes of famous women, English 
novelists; by Ruth Ross. © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1933; D 21163; Ruth v. 
Ross, Sheboygan, Wis. 1981 

Vision (Die) einer oper. See Christo- 
phorus. 

Voice (The) of destiny; a plav. l>v C. 
Ward. © 1 c. Feb 24. 1933; D 
21189; Craig Ward, New York. 

1982 

Voice (The) of the unseen; motion 
picture script in 3 parts, text and 
music by Mrs. O. B. Kaiser [i. e. 
G. L. Kaiser] © 1 c. Feb. 13. 1933 : 
D 2S402; Grace L. Kaiser, Cincin- 
nati. 1983 

Wages (The) of doubt; a comedy in :; 
acts, by F. F. Weir. © 1 c. Mar. 
18, 1933; D 21327: Fcrnande For- 
thomme Weir, New York. 1984 

Warner (The) case; a mystery drama 
in 3 acts, by C. B. Buchanan. © 
1 c. Mar. 18, 1933; D 21328; Carl 
Bryan Buchanan, Pratt, Kan. 1985 

Water (The) rat. See Milligan and 
Mulligan. 

Wayne (The) poison case. See Man- 
hattan patrol. 

Welcome inn; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
L. A. Loshak, adapted from the 
Italian of Goldoni, La locandiera. 
© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1933 ; D 21202 ; Louis 
Allan Loshak, Jamaica, L. I., N. Y. 
1986 



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BO. 3, 1933 



2006 



Well caught; a criminal comedy in 3 
acts, by Anthony Armstrong [pseud, 
of A. A. Willis] London. 1932. 79 
p. 8vo. © Dec. 5, 1932 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1933 ; D 21126 ; Anthony Armstrong 
Willis, London. 1987 

Western (The) radio round-up rodeo 
revue ; by J. E. Hasty. © 1 c. Mar. 
10, 1933; D 21228; John Eugene 
Hasty, San Francisco. 1988 

What to do about it; or, The survival 
of the fittest, a dramatic playlet fea- 
turing LeGant of Youthlastic and 
A'lure brassieres of Lastex [by John 
McKeon and Elizabeth Rice. Bridge- 
port, Conn.] 1933. 1 p. 1., 5 numb. 1. 
4to. © Mar. 10, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 17 ; 
D 21303 ; Warner brothers CO., 
Bridgeport, Conn. 1989 

What will the world say? a drama in 
2 acts, by J. P. Delaney. © 1 c. 
Mar. 27, 1933; D 21506; John P. 
Delaney, Long Beach, N. Y. 1990 

Wheatenaville ; Scripts nos. 110-129, a 
radio serial, by Raymond Knight. 
© 1 c. each Mar. 10, 1933 ; D 21233- 
21236; Wheatena corp., Rahway, 
N. J., and Raymond Knight, New 
York. 1991-1994 

Where charity begins; a comedy in 3 
acts, by D. Brodhead and R. Molloy. 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933 ; D 21244 ; Dor- 
othy Brodhead, Bogota, N. J., and 
Robert Molloy, New York. 1995 

White roses ; a radio drama in 3 acts, 
by Michael Doran [pseud, of] E. 
Clapham. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933 ; D 
21322; Emilia Clapham, Berkeley, 
Calif. 1996 

Why buy a cow? a play in 4 acts, by 
C. Perrine. © 1 e. Mar. 6, 1933 ; D 
21171 ; Charles Perrine, Seattle. 

1997 

Wilde (Der) ; schauspiel in 3 akten 
von R. L. v. Wiesenau [pseud, of 
R. Sobitsehka-Wiesenhag] Wien, 



Danubia-verlag [1933] cover-title, 
76, [1] p. 8vo. © Jan. 20, 1933; 
1 c. Mar. 1 ; D 21111 ; Richard Sobit- 
sehka-Wiesenhag, Vienna. 1998 

Wilderness (A) Jonah; a play in 3 
acts, by I. M. Walker. © 1 c. Mar. 
2, 1933; D 21129; Irnia M. Walker, 
Hibbing, Minn. 1999 

Within this family ; a play in 3 acts, by 
F. Y. Merica. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933 ; 
D 21191 ; Florence Young Merica, 
New York. 2000 

Woman ; a play in 1 act, by J. McMa- 
hill, jr. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933; D 
21243; John McMahill, jr., New 
York. 2001 

Woman (A) laughs ; or, One of these 
days, a play in 3 acts, by H. Cassel- 
berry. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; D 
21474 ; Horace Casselberry, New 
York. 2002 

Young man's game ; a play, by Howard 
Gregg and John McKendrick [pseud, 
of J. McCarthy and L. D. Wilck] 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933; D 21187; 
Laura D. Wilck and Julia McCarthy, 
New York. 2003 

Yours is the earth; a 3-act play, by 
S. Okun. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; D 
21318; Sidney Okun, New York. 

2004 

Zufrin ; fiaba in 3 atti e un epilogo[di] 
Giuseppe Fanciulli, con figurini di 
Umberto Brunelleschi. Milano- 
Roma, Treves-Treccani-Tumminelli, 
1932. 5 p. 1, [3]-96 p. col. plates 
4to. © Dec. 15, 1932; 1 c. Mar. 1, 
1933; D 21351; Giuseppe Fanciulli, 
Milan. 2005 

1950 ; a play in 3 acts, by W. A. Man- 
heimer and I. Paul. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1933; D 21194; Wallace A. Man- 
heimer and Isaac Paul, New York. 

2006 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalogue since 
Jan. 1, 1933 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 1,390 unpublished) 1,567 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages 81 

Dramatico-musieal compositions (including 20 unpublished) 38 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages 17 

Total 1, 703 



89 



TITLES 01 DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 
1909 [2006 



All's well that ends well (Shake- 
speare's comedy of) ; edited with 
notes, by William J. Rolfe. © 
John C. Rolfe, Philadelphia, as the 
child of the deceased author of the 
editing and notes. R 23627, Jan. 
31, 1933. 1 

Coriolanus (Shakespeare's tragedy 
of) ; edited with notes, by William 
J. Rolfe. © John C. Rolfe, Phila- 
delphia, as the child of the deceased 
author of the editing and notes. R 
23626, Jan. 31, 1933. 2 

Cymbeline (Shakespeare's tragedy 
of) ; edited with notes, by William 
J. Rolfe. © John C. Rolfe, Phila- 
delphia, as the child of the deceased 
author of the editing and notes. R 
23629, Jan. 31, 1933. 3 

Henry the Sixth (Shakespeare's his- 
tory of King) ; pts. 1-3. edited with 
notes, by William J. Rolfe. © John 
C. Rolfe. Philadelphia, as the child 
of the deceased author of the edit- 
ing and notes. R 23630, 23632, 
23633, each Jan. 31, 1933. 4 

Her cowboy visitor ; a 4-act comedy 
drama, by Charles F. Harrison. © 
Glenn R. Harrison, Denver, as child 
of the deceased author. R 240S9, 
Feb. 21, 1933. 5 

Julius Caesar; by William Shake- 
speare, edited by Hamilton Wright 
Mabie. © Jeanette T. Mabie. Sum- 
mit, N.J., as the widow of the au- 
thor of the editing. R 23669, Feb. 
4, 1933. 6 

Love's labour's lost (Shakespeare's 
comedy of) ; edited with notes, bv 
William J. Rolfe, © John C. Rolfe, 
Philadelphia, as the child of the 
deceased author of the editing and 
notes. R 23628, Jan. 31, 1933. 7 

Measure for measure (Shakespeare's 
comedy of) ; edited with notes, bv 
William J. Rolfe. © John C. Rolfe, 
Philadelphia, as the child of the de- 
ceased author of the editing and 
notes. R 23634, Jan. 31, 1933. 8 

Merry wives of Windsor (Shake- 
speare's comedy of the) ; edited with 
notes by William J. Rolfe. © John 
C. Rolfe, Philadelphia, as the child 
of the deceased author of the edit- 



ing and notes. R 23625, Jan. 31, 
1933. 9 

Pericles, prince of Tyre (Shake- 
speare's history of) ; edited with 
notes, by William J. Rolfe. © John 
C. Rolfe, Philadelphia, as the child 
of the deceased author of the edit- 
ing and notes. R 23637, Jan. 31, 
1933. 10 

Poudre (La) aux yeux; comedie en 2 
actes. pad Eugene Labiche et Edou- 
ard Martin, with introduction, notes 
and vocabulary, by Victor E. Fran- 
cois. © Victor E. Francois, Torgny, 
Lamorteau. Belgium, as the author 
of the introduction, notes and vo- 
cabulary. R 23913. Feb. 17. 1933. 

11 

Princess Beggar: musical comedy in 
2 acts, book and lyrics by Edward 
Paulton, music by Alfred G. Robyn. 
Libretto only. © Edward Paulton. 
New York, as the author of words. 
R 24136, Feb. 24. 1933. 12 

Troilus and Cressida (Shakespeare's 
history of) ; edited with notes, by 
William J. Rolfe. © John C. Rolfe, 
Philadelphia, as the child of the de- 
ceased author of the editing and 
notes. R 23636, Jan. 31. 1933. 13 

Turcaret ; par Alain Rene Le~a.ce, 
edited with introduction and notes, 
by W. A. R. Kerr. © W. A. R. 
Kerr, Strathcona. Edmonton. Can- 
ada, as the author. R 22761. Jan. 
12, 1933. 14 

Two gentlemen of Verona (Shake- 
speare's comedy of the) : edited 
with notes, by William J. Rolfe. © 
John C. Rolfe, Philadelphia, as the 
child of the deceased author of the 
editing and notes. R 23631, Jan. 
31, 1933. 15 

Wilhelm Tell ; schauspiel von Fried- 
rich Schiller, with introduction, 
notes and vocabulary, by Edwin 
Carl Roedder. © Edwin Carl Roed- 
der, New York, as the author of the 
introduction, notes and vocabulary. 
R 23912, Feb. 17, 1933. 16 

Worsted (The) man; a tragic oper- 
etta in 1 act. with an intermission, 
by John Kendrick Bangs. © Mary 
Gray Bangs, Atlantic City, N.J., as 
the widow of the deceased author. 
R 22784, Dec. 28, 1932. 17 



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Abraham Lincoln ; part 1, The Pio- 
neer, part 2, The Statesman, by K. 
R. Edwards. 2 reels. © Feb. 2, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 20 ; 
M 3877 ; Eastman teaching films, 
inc., Rochester, N. Y. 2007 

Adventuress. See Keyhole (The) 

After the ball ; adapted by H. M. Har- 
wood, directed by Milton Rosmer. 
7 reels. © Mar. 6, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 7 ; L 3700 ; Fox 
film corp., New York. 2008 

Aloha oe ; directed by Dave Fleischer. 
Reel. © Mar. 16, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 18; M 3876; Para- 
mount publix Corp., New York. 2009 

Always kickin' ; from the story by 
Charles W. Paddock, directed by 
James Gleason. 2 reels. © Oct. 9, 
1932 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 2, 
1933; L 3693; Educational film ex- 
changes, inc., New York. 2010 

Amazonian lowlands. See Brazil. 

Animals of the cat tribe ; by C. E. 
Baer. Reel. © Jan. 3, 1933; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 20; M 3888; 
Eastman teaching films, inc., 
Rochester, N. Y. 2011 

Asleep in the feet; directed by Gus 
Meins. (Hal Roach, Pitts-Todd 
comedy) 2 reels. © Mar. 13, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Mar. 13 ; L 
. 3715 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer dis- 
tributing corp., New York. 2012 

Bears; by C. E. Baer. Reel. © Jan. 
12, 1933; 2 c. and description Mar. 
20; M 3887; Eastman teaching 
films, inc., Rochester, N. Y. 2013 

Beauty spots ; no. 1435. Reel. © 
Mar. 22, 1933: 2 c. and description 
Mar. 23; M 3895; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 2014 

Beer (The) parade; animated by Sid 
Marcus and Art Davis. Reel. © 
Mar. 8, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 24 ; descrip- 
tion Mar. 23 ; M 3896 ; Screen gems, 
inc., Los Angeles. 2015 

Betty Boop's penthouse ; animated by 
Willard G. Bowsky, directed by 
Dave Fleischer. Reel. © Mar. 9, 
1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 9 ; description Mar. 



10; M 3866; Paramount publix 
corp., New York. 2016 

Big (The) cage; from the book by 
Clyde Beatty and Edward Anthony, 
screen play by Edward Anthony and 
Ferdinand Reyher, directed by Kurt 
Neumann. 8 reels. © Mar. S, 1933 ; 
2 c. Mar. 8 ; description Mar. 9 ; 
L 3707; Universal pictures corp.,. 
New York. 2017 

Bondage ; from novel The House of 
refuge by Grace Sothcote Leake, 
screen play by Arthur Kober and 
Doris Malloy, directed by Alfred 
Santell. 7 reels. © Mar. 18, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Mar. 28; L 
3758; Fox film Corp., New York. 

2018 

Bosko in Dutch ; no. 5584, drawn by 
Isadore Freleng and Thomas Mc- 
Kimson. Reel. © Mar. 25, 1933; 
2 c. and description Mar. 25 ; M 
3901 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. 
New York. 2019 

Bosko the speed king. Reel. © Mar. 
22, 1933; 2 c. and description Mar. 
23 ; M 3902 ; Warner bros. pictures, 
inc., New York. 2020 

Bosko's woodland daze; no. 5530. 
Reel. © Mar. 22, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 23; L 3738; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 2021 

Brazil; part 1, Amazonian lowlands, 
part 2, Eastern highlands, by G. W. 
Hoke. 2 reels. © Dec. 7, 1932, Jan. 
20, 1933 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 
20 ; M 3878 ; Eastman teaching 
films, inc., Rochester, N. Y. 2022 

Buzzin' around; no. 1509-10. 2 reels. 
© Mar. 22, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 23; L 3742; Vitaphone 
Corp., New York. 2023 

Caliente love; directed by George 
Marshall. 2 reels. © Mar. 9, 1933 ; 
2 c. Mar. 9 ; description Mar. 10 ; 
L 3709 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 2024 

California (The) trail; story by Jack 
Natteford, directed by Lambert 
Hillyer. 7 reels. © Mar. 7, 1933; 



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California (The) trail — Continued. 
2 c. Mar. 7 ; description Mar. 9 ; 
L 3705; Columbia pictures, Corp., 
New York. 2025 

Call her sausage ; directed by Gus 
Meins (A Hal Roach, Taxi boys 
comedy) 2 reels. © Mar. 27, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Mar. 27; L 
3756; Melro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 2026 

Chile; by G. W. Hoke. Reel. © 

Aug. 11, 1932 ; 2 c. and description 

Mar. 20, 1933; M 38S4 ; Eastman 

teaching films, inc., Rochester, N. Y. 

2027 

Clancy of the Mounted. 2 reels each. 
© Universal pictures corp., New 
York. 2028-2032 

Chapter 4, The Storm, suggested by 
Robert W. Service's poem, screen 
play by Ella O'Neill, Basil Dickey 
and Harry Holt, directed by Ray 
Taylor. © Mar. 2. 1933; 2 c. 
Feb. 28; description Mar. 3; L 
3697. 

Chapter 5, A Desperate chance !, 
suggested by Robert W. Service's 
poem, screen play by Ella O'Neill, 
Basil Dickey and Harry Hoyt, di- 
rected by Ray Taylor. © Mar. 8, 
1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 7 ; description 
Mar. 9 ; L 3706. 

Chapter 6, The Wolf's fangs, from 
the poem by Robert W. Service. 
© Mar. 15, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 16; 
description Apr. 15; L 3723. 

Chapter 7, The Night attack, story 
by Robert W. Service, directed by 
Ray Taylor. © Mar. 24, 1933; 
2 c. Mar. 27 ; description Mar. 25 ; 
L 3752. 

Chapter 8, Crashing timbers, story 
by Robert W. Service, screen play 
by Ella O'Neil, Basil Dickey and 
Harry Hoyt, directed by Ray Tay- 
lor. © Mar. 28. 1933; 2 c. Mar. 
31; description Mar. 29; L 3768. 

Clear all wires ! ; from the stage play 
written by Bella and Samuel Spe- 
wack, adaptation and dialogue by 
Bella and Samuel Spewack. con- 
tinuity by Delmer Daves. 8 reels. 
© Mar. 13, 1933 ; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 13; L 3712; Metro-Gold- 
wyn-Mayer distributing Corp., New 
York. 2033 

Cohens and Kellys in trouble ; story by 
Homer Croy and Vernon Smith, 
screen play by Albert Austin, Fred 
Guiol and Jack Jungmeyer, directed 



by George Stevens. 7 reels. © 
Mar. 16, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 18 ; L 3730 ; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 2034 

Coo-coo, the magician. (A Flip the 
frog cartoon) Reel. © Mar. 6, 
1933; 2 c. and description Mar. 6; 
M 3858; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer dis- 
tributing corp., New York. 2035 

Crashing timbers. See Clancy of the 
Mounted. 

Cuba, the land of rhumba. (A Fitz- 
Patrick traveltalk) Reel. © Mar. 
13, 1933; 2 c. and description Mar. 
13; M 3869; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
distributing corp., New York. 2036 

Desperate (A) chance. See Clancy of 
the Mounted. 

Destination unknown. 7 reels. © 
Mar. 15, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 17 ; descrip- 
tion Mar. 16 ; L 3729 ; Universal pic- 
tures corp., New York. 2037 

Eastern highlands. See Brazil. 

Eleventh (The) commandment; sug- 
gested by The Pillory by Brandon 
Fleming, screen play by Adele Buf- 
fington and Kurt Kempler, directed 
by George Melford. 8 reels. © 
Mar. 7, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 7 ; descrip- 
tion Mar. 9 ; L 3703 ; Allied pictures 
corp., Culver City, Calif. 2038 

Farmer Alfalfa's birthday party ; by 
Frank Moser and Paul Terry. Reel. 
© Oct. 2, 1932; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 20. 1933; M 3892; Moser & 
Terry, New York. 2039 

Fast workers; based upon the play 
Rivets by John W. McDermott, con- 
tinuity by Karl Brown and Ralph 
Wheelwright, dialogue by Laurence 
Stallings, Tod Browning's produc- 
tion. 7 reels. © Mar. 23. 1933; 
2 c. and description Mar. 23; L 
3744; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer distrib- 
uting corp., New York. 2040 

Fatal (The) glass of beer; directed 
by Clyde Bruckman. 2 reels. © 
Mar. 2. 1933; 2 c. Mar. 2; descrip- 
tion Mar. 3; L 3695; Paramount 
productions, inc.. New York. 2041 

Forgotten babies: directed by Robert 
McGowan. (Hal Roach, Our gang 
comedy) 2 reels. © Mar. 13, 1933; 
2 c. and description Mar. 13; L 
3716; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer distrib- 
uting corp., New York. 2042 

Forty (The) thieves; by Frank Moser 
and Paul Terry. Reel. © Nov. 13, 



MOTION PICTTJEES 



no. 3, 1933 



2061 



1932; 2 c. and description Mar. 8, 
1933 ; M 3861 ; Moser & Terry, New 
York. 2043 

Foundations (The) of fashion, old and 
new; by John L. Butler. © title 
and description reed. Mar. 10, 1933; 
50 prints, reed. Mar. 2; M 3873; 
Charis Corp., Allentown, Pa. 2044 

Free schools; part 1, 2, The Hope of 
democracy, by G. W. Hoke. 2 reels. 
© Aug. 23, 1932; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 20, 1933; M 3879; East- 
man teaching films, inc., Rochester, 
N.Y. 2045 

Gabriel over the White House; from 
the anonymous novel Gabriel over 
the White House, screen play by 
Carey Wilson, additional dialogue by 
Bertram Bloch, directed by Gregory 
LaOava. 9 reels. © Mar. 31, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Mar. 31 ; L 
3764 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 
New York. 2046 

Gefahren der liebe. See Woman (A) 
branded. 

Girl missing; story and adaptation by 
Carl Erickson and Don Mullaly, di- 
rection by Robert Florey. 8 reels. 
© Mar. 23, 1933 ; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 23 ; L 3746 ; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 2047 

Great (The) Jasper; from the novel 
by Fulton Oursler, screen play by 
H. W. Hanemann and Robert 
Tasker, directed by J. Walter Ruben. 
9 reels. © Feb. 17, 1933 ; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 17; L 3727; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 2048 

Heave two; story by Hugh Cummings 
and Burgess Bell, directed by Les- 
lie Goodwins. 2 reels. © Mar. 10, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 17 ; 
L 3728; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 2049 

His silent racket. (Hal Roach, Char- 
ley Chase comedy) 2 reels. © Mar. 
27, 1933; 2 c. and descritpion Mar. 
27; L 3757; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
Corp., New York. 2050 

Hollywood on parade; no. 8. Reel. 
© Mar. 9, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 9; de- 
scription Mar. 10; M 3865; Para- 
mount publix Corp., New York. 2051 



Hope (The) of democracy, 
schools. 



Free 



Hot and cold thrills. (A Sports-eye- 
view) Reel. © Mar. 30, 1933; 2 c. 



and description Mar. 31; M 3917; 
Paramount productions, inc., New 
York. 2052 

House (The) of refuge. See Bondage. 

Iceless (The) Arctic; narrative by 
Tom J. Geraghty. Reel. © Nov. 6, 
1932 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 8, 
1933 ; M 3862 ; Pat Dowling, Los An- 
2053 



Keyhole (The) ; based on the story 
Adventuress by Alice D. G. Miller, 
screen play by Robert Presnell, di- 
rection by Michael Curtiz. 8 reels. 
© Mar. 27, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 28 ; L 3755 ; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 2054 

Kid (The) from Borneo; directed by 
Robert McGowan. (Hal Roach, Our 
gang comedy) 2 reels. © Mar. 13, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 13 ; 
L 3713 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer dis- 
tributing corp., New York. 2055 

King of the jungle; from a story by 
Charles Thurley Stoneham, adapted 
by Max Marcin, screen play by 
Philip Wylie and Fred Niblo, jr., di- 
rected by H. Bruce Humberstone 
and Max Marcin. 8 reels. © Mar. 
9, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 9; description 
Mar. 10; L 3710; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 2056 

Lady's (A) profession ; from a story 
by Nina Wilcox Putnam, directed by 
Norman McLeod. 7 reels. © Mar. 
2, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 2; description 
Mar. 3 ; L 3696 ; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 2057 

Let's dance ; story by George N. Burns, 
directed by Aubrey Scotto. Reel. 
© Mar. 16, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 18; L 3731; Paramount 
publix Corp., New York. 2058 

Life in the Sahara; by G. W. Hoke. 
Reel. © July 13, 1932; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 20, 1933; M 3885; 
Eastman teaching films, inc., Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 2059 

Lumber (The) champ. (Pooch the 
pup cartoon) Reel. © Mar. 9, 1933; 
2 c. Mar. 14 ; description Mar. 10 ; 
M 3870; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 2060 

Medicine (The) show; by Ben Har- 
rison and Manny Gould, adapted 
from Geo. Herriman's cartoon char- 
acter. (A Charles Mintz, Krazy 
Kat production) Reel. © Feb. 11, 
1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 13 ; description Mar. 
9 ; M 3863 ; Screen gems, inc., Los 
Angeles. 2061 



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Mind (The) reader. 8 reels. © Mar. 
23, 1933; 2 c. and description Mar. 
23 ; L 3743 ; First national pictures, 
inc., New York. 2062 

Monkeys and apes ; by C. E. Baer. 
Reel. © Jan. 3, 1933; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 20 ; M 3SS3 ; Eastman 
teaching films, inc., Rochester, N. Y. 
2063 

Murders in the zoo ; by Philip AVylie 
and Seton I. Miller, directed by Ed- 
ward Sutherland. 7 reels. © Mar. 
30, 1933; 2 c. and description Mar. 
31 ; L 3767 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 2064 

New (The) South; by G. W. Hoke. 
Reel. © Oct. 31, 1932 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 20, 1933; M 3882; 
Eastman teaching films, inc., Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 2065 

Night (The) attack. See Clancy of 
the Mounted. 

Northern exposure; no. 1413-14. 2 
reels. © Mar. 20, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 20; L 3733; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 2066 

Nothing ever happens ; no. 1523-24, 
continuity by Monroe Shaft and 
Burnet Hershey, directed by Roy 
Mack. 2 reels. © Mar. 9, 1933; 
2 c. and description Mar. 10; L 
3708; Vitaphone Corp., New York. 
2067 

OM (The) South; by G. W. Hoke. 
Reel. © June 8, 1932 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 20, 1933; M 3890; 
Eastman teaching films, inc.. Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 2068 

Our betters; from the play by W. 
Somerset Maugham, screen play by 
Jane Murfin and Harry Wagstaff 
Gribble, directed by George Cukor. 
9 reels. © Feb. 24, 1933 ; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 17; L 3726; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 2069 

Out all night ; story by Tim Whelen, 
screen play by William Anthony Mc- 
Guire, directed by Sam Taylor. 7 
reels. © Mar. 29, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 30; L 3763; Uni- 
versal pictures corp., New York. 

2070 

Paramount pictorial; no. 9. Reel. © 
Mar. 23, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 30; M 3914; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 2071 

Paramount sound news; no. 52-60. 1 
reel each. © Feb. 1, 4, 8, 11, 15, 18, 
22, 25, Mar. 1, 1933 ; 2 c. each Mar. 



27 ; description each Mar. 24 ; M 
3904-3912. Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 2072-2080 

Pathe news. 1 reel each. © Pathe 
news, inc., New York. 2081-2089 

No. 54. © Feb. 1, 1933; 2 c. and 

description Mar. 2 ; M. 3856. 
No. 55, 56. © Feb. 4, 8, 1933; 2 c. 

and description each Mar. 8; M 

3859, 3860. 
No. 57. © Feb. 11, 1933; 2 c. and 

description Mar. 15; M 3872. 
No. 58. © Feb. 15, 1933; 2 c and 

description Mar. 14; M 3871. 
No. 59. © Feb. 18, 1933; 2 c. and 

description Mar. 23; M 3897. 
No. 60. © Feb. 22, 1933 ; 2 c, and 

description Mar. 24 ; M 3900. 
No. 61. © Feb. 25, 1933; 2 c. and 

description Mar. 30; M 3915. 
No. 62. © Mar. 1, 1933; 2 c. and 

description Mar. 29 ; M 3913. 

Perfect understanding ; story by Miles 
Malleson. 9 reels. © Feb. 22, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Mar. 16; L 
3722 ; Gloria Swanson pictures corp., 
ltd., Los Angeles. 2090 

Pick me up; story by George Stevens 
and James W. Home, directed by 
James W. Home. 2 reels. © Mar. 
15, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 21; description 
Mar. 16 ; L 3735 ; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 2091 

Pick up ; story by Vina Delinar, screen 
play by S. K. Laurens, directed by 
Marion Gering. 8 reels. © Mar. 
28, 1933 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 
30; L 3762; Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 2092 

Pie (The) covered wagon; directed by 
Charles L:imont. Reel. © Oct. 30, 
1932; 2 c. and description Mar. 15, 
1933; L 3720; Educational film ex- 
changes, inc., New York. 2093 

Pillory (The) See Eleventh (The) 
commandment. 

Pioneer (The) Sec Abraham Lin- 
coln. 

Pleasure cruise ; play by Austen Allen, 
screen play by Guy Bolton, directed 
by Frank Tuttle. 8 reels. © Mar. 
15, 1933 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 
27 ; L 3753 ; Fox film corp.. New 
York. 2094 

Plumber (The) and the Lady; di- 
rected by Babe Stafford. 2 reels. © 
Mar. 30, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 31 ; L 3766 ; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 2095 



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Province (The) of Quebec; by G. W. 
Hoke. Reel. © Dec. 7, 1932; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 20, 1933; M 
3880; Eastman teaching films, inc., 
Rochester, N.Y. 2096 

Radio (The) murder mystery; story 
by H. O. Kusell, directed by Monte 
Brice. 2 reels. © Feb. 24, 1933; 
2 c. Mar. 13; description Feb. 25; 
L 3717; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 2097 

gambling 'round radio row. 1 reel 

each. © Vitaphone corp., New York. 

2098, 2099 

4 ; no. 1453. © Mar. 24, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 24 ; L 3747. 

5; no. 1473. © Mar. 31, 1933; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 31 ; L 3765. 

Jleptiles; by G. W. Hoke. Reel. © 

Aug. 11, 1932; 2 e. and description 

Mar. 20, 1933; M 3881; Eastman 

teaching films, inc., Rochester, N.Y. 

2100 

Revenge at Monte Carlo; story by 
Frank E. Fenton and John Thomas 
Neville, dialogue by John Thomas 
Neville, directed by Breezy Eason. 
7 reels. © Mar. 24, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 25 ; L 3750 ; May- 
fair pictures corp., New York. 

2101 

Rivets. See Fast workers. 

Room mates ; story by James W. 
Home and Fred Guiol, directed by 
George Stevens. 2 reels. © Mar. 
28, 1933 ; 2 e. and description Mar. 
29 ; L 3759 ; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 2102 

Sailor's luck; story and screen play 
by Marguerite Roberts and Char- 
lotte Miller, additional dialogue by 
Bert Hanlon and Ben Ryan, di- 
rected by Raoul Walsh. 9 reels. © 
Feb. 23, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 7 ; L 3701 ; Fox film corp., New 
York. 2103 

Scarlet river ; story and screen play 
by Harold Shumate, directed by Otto 
Brower. 6 reels. © Mar. 10, 1933; 
2 c. and description Mar. 17; L 
3725 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., New 
York. 2104 

Screen souvenirs ; no. 9. Reel. © 
Mar. 16, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 18; M 3875; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 2105 



Sea devils; no. 5531. Reel. © Mar. 
22, 1933; 2 c. and description Mar. 
23; L 3739; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 2106 

Seals and walruses; by C. E. Baer. 
Reel. © Jan. 12, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 20; M 3889; East- 
man teaching films, inc., Rochester, 
N.Y. 2107 

Secrets ; from the play Secrets by Ru- 
dolf Besier and May Edginton, writ- 
ten for the screen by Frances 
Marion, directed by Frank Borzage. 
9 reels. © Mar. 15, 1933 ; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 24; L 3749; Pick- 
ford corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2108 

Ship (The) of the desert; by C. E. 
Baer. Reel. © Jan. 20, 1933; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 20; M 3891; 
Eastman teaching films, inc., Ro- 
chester, N.Y. 2109 

Silver dollar ; screen play by Carl 
Erickson and Harve, directed by 
Alfred E. Green. 9 reels. © Mar. 
24, 1933; 2 c. and description Mar. 
24; L 3748; First national pictures, 
inc., New York. 2110 

Sing Bing sing; directed by Babe 
Stafford. 2 reels. © Mar. 23, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Mar. 30; L. 
3761 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
New York. 2111 

Smash your baggage ; no. 1387. Reel. 
© Mar. 22, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 23; L 3737; Vitaphone 
Corp., New York. 2112 

Snow white ; directed by Dave Fleis- 
cher. Reel. © Mar. 30, 1933; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 31; M 3918; 
Paramount productions, inc., New 
York. 2113 

So this is Harris ; story by Ben 
Holmes and Mark Sandrich, directed 
by Mark Sandrich. 3 reels. © 
Mar. 20, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 20; L 3734; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 2114 

Soft palate action during speech. © 
title, description and 2 prints reed. 
Mar. 15, 1933; M 3874; Ella Laur- 
etta Ackerman, Columbus, O. 2115 

Soldiers of the storm ; story by Thomas 
Burtis, directed by D. Ross Leder- 
man. 7 reels. © Mar. 22, 1933; 
2 c. and description Mar. 23; L 
3736; Columbia pictures corp., New 
York. 2116 



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Sport thrills, 5 ; no. 1505, dialogue by 

Ted Husing. Reel. © Mar. 22, 

1933 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 23 ; 

M 3903 ; Vitaphone Corp., New York. 

2117 

Statesman (The) See Abraham Lin- 
coln. 

Storm (The). See Clancy of the 
Mounted. 

Strange as it seems ; no. 27, by John 

Hix. Reel. © Mar. 2, 1933; 2 c. 

and description Mar. 3; L 3698; 

Universal pictures corp., New York. 

2118 

Strange ceremonies of the world ; with 
E. M. Newman. (No. 12 of World 
adventures) Reel. © Mar. 31, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 31 ; 
M 3916; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 2119 

Strictly personal ; story by Wilson 
Mizner and Robert T. Shannon, 
screen play by Willard Mack and 
Beatrice Banyard, additional dia- 
logue by Casey Robinson, directed 
by Ralph Murphy. 8 reels. © 
Mar. 16, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 18; L 3732; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 2120 

Sunkissed sweeties ; story and dialogue 
by Ernest Pagano and Jack Town- 
ley, directed by Harry J. Edwards. 
2 reels. © Oct. 30, 1932; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 2, 1933; L 3694; 
Educational film exchanges, inc., 
New York. 2121 

Taxi barons ; directed by Del Lord. 
(Hal Roach taxi boys comedy) 2 
reels. © Mar. 6, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 6; L 3699; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer distributing corp., 
New York. 2122 

Telegraph (The) trail; screen play 
and dialogue by Kurt Kempler, di- 
rected by Tenny Wright. 6 reels. 
© Mar. 25, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 27 ; L 3740 ; Vitagraph pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 2123 

That's the spirit; no. 1491. directed 

by Roy Mack. Reel. © Mar. 13, 

1933 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 14 ; 

L 3719 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

2124 

Three jungle giants; by C. E. Baer. 
Reel. © Jan. 3, 1933; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 20; M 38S6; Eastman 
teaching films, inc., Rochester, N. Y. 
2125 



Thru thin and thicket or Who's zoo, 
in Africa ; story by Ben Holmes and 
Walter Weems. directed by Mark 
Sandrich. 2 reels. © Jan. 20, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Mar. 16; L 
3721 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., New 
York. 2126 

Topaze ; from the play by Marcel Pag- 
nol, screen adaptation by Benn W. 
Levy, directed by Harry D'Arrast. 
S reels. © Feb. 24, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 17 ; L 3724 ; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc.. New York. 2127 

Trial (The) of Vince Baruett ; story 
by George Stevens & James W. 
Home, directed by James W. Home. 
2 reels. © Mar. 8, 1933; 2 e. Mar. 
14 ; description Mar. 9 : L 3718 : Uni- 
versal pictures Corp., New York. 

2128 

Trouble indemnity: no. 1475-76. 2 
reels. © Mar. 25, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 27: L 3741; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 2129- 

Universal newspaper newsreel. 1 reel 
each. © Universal film exchanges, 
inc., New York. 2130-2139 

No. 112, 113. © Jan. 20, 24, 1933; 
2 c. each Mar. 2 ; description each 
Feb. 25 ; M 3854, 3855. 

No. 114, 115. © Jan. 27, 31, 1933; 
2 c. each Mar. 13 ; description- 
each Mar. 8; M 3S67, 3868. 

No. 116, 117. © Feb. 3, 7, 1933 ; 2 c. 
each Mar. 20: description each 
Mar. 17; M 3893, 3s!i4. 

No. 118, 119. © Feb. 10, 14, 1933; 
2 c. each Mar. 24 ; description each 
Mar. 23; M 3898, 3899. 

No. 120, 121. © Feb. 17, 21, 1933; 
2 c. each Mar. 31 ; description 
each Mar. 29: M 3919, 3920. 

Veechia ( La ) signora ; by Amleto Pa- 
lermi and Orsino Orsini. © title, 
description and 23 prints reed. Feb. 
25, 1933 ; L 3702 : Empa film distrib- 
utors, New York. 2140 

Voice of the Vatican : dialogue by Gra- 
ham McNamee, directed by Allyn 
Butterfield. Reel. © Mar. 24, 1933 ; 
2 c. Mar. 27; description Mar. 25; 
L 3751: Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 2141 

What, no beer?; original story by Rob- 
ert E. Hopkins, screen play by Carey 
Wilson, additional dialogue by Jack 
Cluett, directed by Edward Sedg- 
wick. 7 reels. © Mar. 13, 1933; 2 
c. and description Mar. 13 ; L 3711 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer distributing 
corp., New York. 2142 



96 



MOTION PICTURES 



no. 3, 1933 



2150 



Whirlwind; story by Walt Ooburn, 
screen play by Stuart Anthony, di- 
rected by D. Ross Lederman. 6 
reels. © Mar. 7, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 7 ; 
description Mar. 9; L 3704; Colum- 
bia pictures Corp., New York. 2143 

White (The) sister; based upon the 
novel by F. Marion Crawford, 
screen play by Donald Ogden Stew- 
art, dramatized by Walter Hackett. 
12 reels. © Mar. 23, 1933 ; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 23 ; L 3745 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer distributing Corp., 
New York. 2144 

Who's zoo in Africa. See Thru thin 
and thicket or Who's zoo in Africa. 



Wolf's (The) fangs. 
the Mounted. 



Clancy of 



Woman (A) branded (Gefahren der 
liebe) © title, description and 6 
prints reed. Mar. 24, 1933 ; L 3754 ; 
Madison pictures, inc., New York. 

2145 

Wonder (The) girl. (A Grantland 
Rice Sports-eye-view) Reel. © 
Mar. 2, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 2 ; descrip- 
tion Mar. 3 ; M 3857 ; Paramount 
productions, inc., New York. 2146 



Wooden shoes ; by Ben Harrison and 
Manny Gould, adapted from Geo. 
Herriman's cartoon character. (A 
Charles Mintz, Krazy Kat produc- 
tion) Reel. © Feb. 27, 1933; 2 c. 
Feb. 27 ; description Mar. 9 ; M 3864 ; 
Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 

2147 

Wreckety wrecks; directed by Del 
Lord. (Hal Roach, Taxi boys com- 
edy) 2 reels. © Mar. 13 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 13 ; L 3714 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer distributing 
Corp., New York. 2148 

Wrongorilla ; no 1483-84, story by 
Glen Lambert and Jack Henley, di- 
rected by Alf Goulding. 2 reels. © 
Mar. 1, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 1 ; L 3692 ; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 2149 

42nd street; based on the novel by 
Bradford Ropes, screen play by Ri- 
an James and James Seymour, di- 
rected by Lloyd Bacon. 10 reels. © 
Mar. 29, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 30; L 3760; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 2150 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalogue since 
Jan. 1, 1933 : 

Motion-picture photoplays 249 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 198 

Total 447 



2151-2882 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY ATTTHOBITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGBESS OF MABCH 3, 1891 
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PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1933 

VOLUME 6 
No. 4 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICII 

WASHINGTON : 1933 



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alphabetically by title; Class " L," Motion-picture photoplays; and Class "M," 
Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

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din 



CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



AMACO ; by Martin Flavin, with a 
letter from Lincoln Steffens. New 
York. Los Angeles, Samuel French ; 
London, Samuel French, ltd., 1933. 
7 p. 1., 3-141 p. 12mo. © Jan. 26, 
1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 20 ; D 21940 ; Martin 
Flavin. 2151 

Action ! Forward ! March ! an allegori- 
cal satire on politics, by M. Linder. 
© 1 c. Apr. 29, 1933; D 22136; Mark 
Linder, New York. 2152 

Actor's (The) boarding house; Epi- 
sode no. 1, a radio serial, by Ken L. 
Quinney. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1933; D 
21590; Kenneth LeRoy Quinney, 
New York. 2153 

Acturus and Marlet from Mars; a 
radio presentation, by G. W. Ray. 
© 1 c. Apr. 18, 1933; D 21908; 
George W. Ray, Chicago. 2154 

Adding (The) machine. See Plays of 
Elmer Rice. 

Adventure (The) of the missing black 
bag; being an authorized original 
story based on Sherlock Holmes for 
radio purposes, by Edith Meiser. 
(Sherlock Holmes series no. 82) © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1933; D 21802; Mc- 
Knight and Jordan, inc., New York. 
2155 

Adventure (The) of the missing 
dancer; being an authorized origi- 
nal story based on Sherlock Holmes 
for radio purposes, by Edith Meiser. 
(Sherlock Holmes series no. 84) © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1933; D 21804; Mc- 
Knight and Jordan, inc., New York. 
2156 

Adventure (The) of the voodoo curse; 
being an authorized original story 
based on Sherlock Holmes for radio 
purposes, by Edith Meiser. (Sher- 
lock Holmes series no. 87) © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1933; D 21807; McKnight 
and Jordan, inc., New York. 2157 

Adventures of Joonior ; a radio se- 
ries, by H. Home. nos. 1-3. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 3, 1933; D 21649-21651; 
Hal Home, New York. 2158-2160 



no. 4. ©le. Apr. 10, 1933 ; 

D 21784; Hal Home, New York. 

2161 

Adventures (The) of Mimi ; Episodes 
1, 2, a series of radio sketches, by 
Roy Marz. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1933 ; D 
21854; Louise Holmstrom, Cincin- 
nati. 2162 

Affaire (L') de la rue Royale ; piece 
en 3 actes, de M. Maurey et J. Guit- 
ton. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933 ; D 21618 ; 
Max Maurey, Neuilly (S.) and Jean 
Guitton, Le Vesinet (S. & O.) 
France. 2163 

Alabaster (The) box ; Episode 1, a 
radio series, by W. F. Folmer. © 
1 c. Apr. 22, 1933 ; D 22012 ; Walter 
F. Folmer, Rochester, N. Y. 2164 

Alice in Shopland ; by E. S. Collis. © 
1 c. Apr. 25, 1933; D 22084; Eliza- 
beth Simrall Collis, Covington, Ky. 
2165 

Alimony Mary; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. Marchellos and D. Cuningham. 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933; D 21677; 
Mabel Marchellos and Daniel Cun- 
ingham, New York. 2166 

Alraune. See Mandrake. 

America carries on; Program 8, The 
European war: 1912-1916, a radio 
sketch, by Herbert S. Futran. © 
1 c. Apr. 13, 1933 ; D 21847 ; Nelson 
bros., inc., Chicago. 2167 

American dream ; a play in 3 acts, by 
George O'Neil. New York, Los An- 
geles, Samuel French ; London, Sam- 
uel French, ltd., 1933, 5 p. 1., 3-159 
p. 12mo, © Mar. 25, 1933; 2 c. 
Apr. 20; D 21944; George O'Neil, 
New York. 2168 

American songbird; a play in 3 acts, 
by D. Fox and T. Bullock. © 1 c. 
Mar. 25, 1933 ; D 21673 ; Derek Fox 
and Turner Bullock, New York. 

2169 

American (The) symphony; a play, by 
Jean Clayton [pseud, of R. Weis- 
berg] and Marcus D'isreali [pseud. 



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2170 



pt. I, n. s., v. G 



American (The) symphony — Con. 
of I. Marcus] © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933 ; 
D 21674 ; Rose Weisberg and Isreal 
Marcus, Chicago. 2170 

Angler. See Modern Baron Mun- 
chausen. 

Annabelle ; or, College daze of 1942, 
a 2-act musical comedy, by J. J. 
McGuinn, music by Basil Doyle and 
William Schmitz. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1933; D 28425; James Joseph Mc- 
Guinn, Chicago. 2171 

Arab-Bistan meets Damascus ; a com- 
edy-drama in 2 parts, by A. Sununu. 
© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1933; D 21808; Alex- 
ander Sununu, Washington. 2172 

Arabella ; [lyrische komodie in 3 auf- 
ziigen, von Hugo von Hofmanns- 
thal, musik] von Richard Strauss. 
[Klavierauszug mit text von Felix 
Wolfes] Aufzug 1. Berlin, Adolph 
Furstner, 1933. p. 5-134. fol. A. 
8253 F. © Mar. 8, 1933; 1 c. Mar. 
25; D 28426; Richard Strauss, Gar- 
misch, Bavaria, Germany. 2173 

Area (The) door; a puppet play in 1 
act, by Ethel K. Fuller. New York 
city, Los Angeles [1933] 2 p. 1., 17 
p. 12 mo. (The Junior league pup- 
pet plays) © Jan. 31, 1933; 2 c. 
Apr. 20; D 21928; Samuel French, 
New York. 2174 

Aristokrat (Der) : komodie in 3 akten, 
von Josua Motti. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1933; D 21617; Vertriebsstelle des 
Verbandes deutscher biihnenschrift- 
steller u. biilinenkomponisten, g. m. 
b. h., Berlin. 2175 

Around the world with Patsy and 
Pete ; a radio play by R. Gillis. © 
1 c. Apr. 3, 1933 ; D 21622 ; Roberta 
Gillis, Memphis, Tenn. 2176 

Ashenden. See Secret agent. 

Aunt Cynthie's boarding house ; Sketch 

no. 1, a radio series, by J. Rolfe. © 

1 c. Apr. 6, 1933; D 22099; Elinor 

M. Fell and John Rolfe, Aurora, 111. 

2177 

Author ( The ) speaks ; or, Ransom, by 
Jack Joyce [pseud, of H. Hall] In- 
corporating the play entitled ; World 
of make believe, by M. Linder. © 
1 c. Mar. 23, 1933; D 21676; Harry 
Hall and Esther Feibish and Mark 
Linder, New York. 2178 

Autumn crocus; a play in 3 acts, by 
C L. Anthony [pseud, of D. G. 
Smith] London, New York, 1933. 



84 p. plate. 8vo. ( [French's acting 
ed., no. 598] ) © Mar. 27, 1933 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 20; D 21946; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 2179 

Autumn violins ; a play in 5 acts, by 
Ilia Surguchoff, translated by J. 
Salzman. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1933; D 
21809; Joseph Salzman, Averne, L.I., 
N.Y. 2180 

Bad men of the old West; Billy, the 
kid, Episodes 1, 2, 5, 6, a radio play, 
by A. B. Stevens. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 
1933; D 22143; Alden B. Stevens, 
New York. 2181 

Badger moll ; a play in 5 scenes, by 
A. N. C. Fowler. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 
1933 ; D 21738 ; Albert N. C. Fowler, 
Glen Falls, N.Y. 2182 

Barchester effervesces ; a play in 6 
scenes, by Charles Anthony, based 
on the novel Barchester towers, by 
Anthonv Trollope. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 
1933; D 22142; Charles P. Anthony, 
New Rochelle, N.Y. 2183 

Barchester towers. See Barchester ef- 
fervesces. 

Bartered virtue ; a play in 3 acts, by 
D. N. Nicholson. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 
1933; D 21904; Demetrius N. Nich- 
olson, Binghamton, N.Y. 2184 

Beauty's bloom ; a comedy in 2 scenes, 
by Margaret B. Cross. Boston 
[1933] 21 p. 12mo. © Mar. 16, 
1933; 1 c. Apr. 3; D 21638; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 2185 

Before morning; a melodrama in 3 
acts, by E. Riley and E. P. Riley. © 
1 c. Apr. 17, 1933: D 21910; Edna 
Rilev and Edward P. Riley, Manhat- 
tan Beach, N.Y. 2186 

Beggars' charity ; a play in 1 act, by 
Frank J. Jones. Boston [1933] 15 
p. 12mo. © Mar. 16, 1933; 2 c. 
Apr. 3; D 21640; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 2187 

Behind that curtain. See Five star 
theatre. 

Belle (La) au bois ; [pidce en 3 actes, 
par] Jules Supervielle. Paris, Li- 
brairie Gallimard [1933] 4 p. 1., 
[111-188 p. 12mo. © Jan. 20, 
1933; 1 c. Apr. 4; D 21767; Jules 
Supervielle, Paris. 2188 

Beloved Ninon ; a play in 3 acts, based 
on the life of Ninon de Lenclos, by 
Frederic Hayes and Helen Royce 
[i. e. F. H. Babcock and H. R. Bab- 
cock] © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1933; D 



100 



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no. 4, 1933 



2209 



22079; Frederic Hayes Babcock and 
Helen Royce Babcock, New York. 

2189 

Beloved (The) tyrant; episodes 1-8, a 
comedy drama in serial form, by H. 
Levinsohn. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1933; D 
21666 ; Hannah Levinsohn, New 
York. 2190 

Bert; a play in 1 act, by Eden Phill- 
potts. London, New York, 1932. 20 
p. diagr. 12mo. ( [French's acting- 
edition, no. 2309] ) © Dec. 15, 1932 ; 
1 c. Apr. 20, 1933 ; D 21966 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 2191 



Betty's dream. 



Shim Sham. 



Between trains ; a play in 3 acts, by 

S. Smith. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1933; D 

22112; Susan Smith, Wiscasset, Me. 

2192 



Bad men of the old 



Billy, the kid. 
West. 

Bird (The) ; a 1-act play, by W. M. 
Griffith. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1933; D 
21863; William M. Griffith, Pasa- 
dena. 2193 

Bit (A) of Harlem; a dramatic mono- 
logue, by C. M. Bianchi. © 1 c. 
Mar. 10, 1933 ; D 22093 ; Carmelina 
Maria Bianchi, San Francisco. 

2194 

Bitter sweet; by Noel Coward. Lon- 
don, New York [1933] 67 p. plates, 
diagrs. 8vo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 788]) Libretto. © Mar. 
7, 1933; 1 c. Apr. 20; D 21969; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 2195 

Black rivers; a play in 3 acts, by E. 

Barcay. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1933; D 

22091; Eva Barcay, Oscawana, N.Y. 

2196 

Black sheep; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Henry Vogelsang. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 
1933 ; D 21612 ; Henry Walter Vogel- 
sang, Bellevue, Pa. 2197 

Blanche and Bob; pts. 34-47, a series 
of radio sketches, by C. Hyams. © 
1 c. Apr. 12, 1933 ; D 21833 ; Claudia 
Hyams, New Orleans. 2198 

Blarney (The) stone; a comedy-drama 
in 4 acts, by Edward E. Rose. New 
York, Los Angeles, London, 1933. 
99, [2] p. plates, diagrs. 12mo. 
( [French's standard library edi- 
tion] ) © Jan. 31, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 
20; D 21938; Samuel French, New 
York. 2199 

Botanist (The) See Modern (The) 
Baron Munchausen. 



Both your houses ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Maxwell Anderson. New York, Los 
Angeles, Samuel French; London, 
Samuel French, ltd., 1933. 4 p. 1., 
3-180 p. 12mo. © Apr. 4, 1933; 

2 c. Apr. 20; D 21943; Maxwell 
Anderson, New York. 2200 

Boy (The) from nowhere; a comedy in 

3 acts, by B. Rickenback. © 1 c. 
Apr. 27, 1933; D 22127; Bernard 
Rickenback, Larchmont, N.Y. 2201 

Brand (The) of Choper; a comedy 
drama in 5 acts, by Phil O'Donnell. 
© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1933 ; D 21817 ; Philip 
James O'Donnell, Mundubbera, 
Queensland, Australia. 2202 

Bride of the Nile; an historical trag- 
edy in 3 acts, by C. Roland. © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1933; D 21791; Charles 
Roland, New York. 2203 

Bride (The) the sun shines on ; a com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Will Cotton. New 
York, Los Angeles, London, 1933. 
115, [1] p. plates, diagr. 12mo. 
( [French's standard library edi- 
tion] ) © Mar. 22, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 
20; D 21932; William Cotton, New 
York. 2204 



British (The) agent. 



Secret agent. 



Buhnentiirl (Das) ; lustspiel mit mu- 
sik in 2 akten, von L. Tronle. Text. 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933 ; D 21900 ; Lud- 
wig Tronle, Vienna. 2205 

Bulgarenliebe ; operette in 3 akten, von 
Harry Neumeyer, musik von Bruno 
Marks und A. Lacay. © 1 c. Apr. 
15, 1933; D 28429; Anka Lacay, 
Gary, Ind. 2206 

Buried alive. See Milligan and Mulli- 
gan. 

Cabinet (The minister's fireside; a 
comedy in 1 act, by A. J. Talbot. 
London, New York, 1932. 23 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 1379]) © Dec. 15, 1932; 
1 c. Apr. 20, 1933 ; D 21965 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 2207 

Calhoun's dream ; by E. W. Hildreth. 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933 ; D 21894 ; Earl 
Wesley Hildreth, Philadelphia. 

2208 

California or bust ; no. 1, a radio 
series, by M. R, McDermott. © 1 c. 
Feb. 2, 1933; D 22096; Marjorie R. 
McDermott, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

2209 



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2210 



pt. 1, n. s., v. 6 



Call me Clara ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
C. D. Gilpatric. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 
1933 ; D 21790 ; Carolyn Draper Gil- 
patric, Winchester, Mass. 2210 

Call (The) of the flesh; a play in 3 
acts, by E. T. Fennessy and E. F. 
Raynor [i. e. Emma T. Fennessy 
and Elizabeth F. Raynor] © 1 c. 
Mar. 23, 1933 ; D 21748 ; E. T. Fen- 
nessy and E. F. Raynor, New York. 
2211 

Can a leopard ; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. H. Cady. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1933; 
D 21629; Edward Hammond Cady, 
Pasadena. 2212 

Case (The) of the frightened lady; a 
play in 3 acts, by Edgar Wallace. 
London, New York, 1932. 73 p. 
plates. 8vo. ([French's acting ed., 
no. 2375]) © Dec. 30, 1932; 1 c. 
Apr. 20, 1933; D 21949; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 2213 

Catch that thief ! a farce in 3 acts, by 
Wall Spence. Minneapolis, Minn., 
1933. 98, [2] p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Apr. 9, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 10 ; D 21843 ; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

2214 

Cautious (The) amorist; a comedy in 
3 acts, by F. Dell, from the novel by 
Norman Lindsay. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 
1933; D 21760; Floyd Dell, Croton, 
N.Y. 2215 

Cementum ; a play in 2 acts with pro- 
logue and epilogue, by M. Eng- 
ender. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1933; D 
21870; Marcelite Englander, Chi- 
cago. 2216 

Charlie Chan. See Five star theatre. 

Cheating cheaters ; a comic melodrama 
in 4 acts, by M. Marcin. New York, 
N.Y., Los Angeles, Calif.; London, 
Samuel French, ltd. [1932] 120, 
[3] p. 12mo. ([French's standard 
library edition]) © Aug. 8, 1932; 
2 c. Nov. 18 ; D 19269 ; Max Marcin, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 2217 

Chickens for the lodge ; a 1-act black- 
face comedy, by Mont Hurst. Min- 
neapolis, 1933. 20 p. 8vo. © Apr. 
16, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 20 ; D 21918 ; F. D. 
Singler play co., Minneapolis. 2218 

Chinese (The) parrot. See Five star 
theatre. 

Cid (Le) ; by Corneille, a literal trans- 
lation [by Selma Strauss Wolff. 
Andover, Mass., The Andover press, 
1933] 46 p. diagr. 16mo. At head 



of title: Wolff's translations. © 
Jan. 18, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 10 ; D 21597 ; 
Harold A. Wolff and Selma Strauss 
Wolff, Cambridge, Mass. 2219 

Cinq a sept ; comedie en 3 actes [par] 
Andree Mery. [Paris, 1933] 30, 
[2] p. 4to. ([La Petite illustra- 
tion, no. 609] ) © Jan. 14, 1933 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 4; D 21770; Andree Mery, 
Paris. 2220 

Clown (The) See Poyatz (Der) 

College daze of 1942. See Annabelle. 

Colonel (The) gets into trouble; a 
comedy in 5 acts, by C. C. Fortier. 
© 1 c. Apr. 17, 1933; D 21883; 
Charles C. Fortier, Old Town, Me. 

2221 

Come along with us ; a play in 3 acts, 

by A. D. Grant and Louise F. Vet- 

terle. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1933 ; D 21885 ; 

Alexander D. Grant, San Jose, Calif. 

2222 

Counsellor-at-law. See Plays of El- 
mer Rice. 

Country air; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Gray. Rev. © 1 c. Apr. 5. 1933 : D 
21671; Max Gray, Broolyn. 2223 

Court scene ; a play, by J. A. Zinman. 
© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933 ; D 21595 ; Jo- 
seph A. Zinman, New York. 2224 

Crain's escape ; a 3-act play, by P. Ny- 
man. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1933 ; D 21915 ; 
Philip Nyman, Brooklyn. 2225 

Crips ; a comedy in a prologue and 3 
acts, by L. Schoen. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 
1933 ; D 21864 ; Lester Schoen, New 
York. 2226 

Cup (A) of happiness; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Eden Phillpotts. London, 
Duckworth [1933] 127 p. 16mo. 
© Mar. 1, 1933; 1 c. Apr. 21; D 
21972 ; Eden Phillpotts, Exeter, Eng- 
land. 2227 

Curse (The) of the Toquevilles. See 
Mysteries in Paris. 

Dans mon village; operette en 3 acts, 
livret par F. Maurice Laforce et Er- 
nest E. Brodeur, musique par F. 
Maurice Laforce et Joseph A. Com- 
tois. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933 ; D 28423 ; 
Village associates, inc., Berlin, N.H. 
2228 

Darling (The) sin ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Vinicio Da Veiga [i.e. J. A. V. da 
Vei^a] © 1 c. Mar. 24. 1933; D 
21856; Jose Alfredo Vinicio da 
Veiga, Savannah, Ga. 2229 



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Death at Stonehenge ; being an author- 
ized original story based on Sherlock 
Holmes for radio purposes, by Edith 
Meiser. ( Sherlock Holmes series no. 
85) ©lc Apr. 10, 1933 ; D 21805 ; 
McKnight and Jordan, inc., New 
York. 2230 

Death Valley days; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Apr. 13, 1933. The outlaw and the 
widow. ©> 1 c. Apr. 26, 1933; D 
22121 ; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 2231 

Apr. 20, 1933. Run sheep 

run. © 1 c. Apr. 26. 1933 ; D 22122 ; 

Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

2232 

Death's door; a radio sketch, by 
Charles S. Mercein. © 1 c. Apr. 
22, 1933 ; D 21994 ; Klau-Van Pieter- 
som-Dunlap-associates, inc., Milwau- 
kee. 2233 

Des bergmanns weihnachtsf est ; by G. 
Ehrlich. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1933; D 
21633; Godfrey Ehrlich, Los An- 
geles. 2234 

Dining out with the Sprogles ; no. 2, 
a series of radio sketches, by J. 
Jex. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933 ; D 21741 ; 
John Jex, New York. 2235 

Divine (The) vagabond; a play in 5 
acts, and a prologue divided in 2 
parts, by F. J. Descartes. © 1 c. 
Apr. 6, 1933; D 21708; Francisco 
Jose Descartes, Brooklyn. 2236 

Divorcitis; comedy in 3 acts, by Vah- 
dah Bordeux [pseud, of S. M. De 
Bonis] © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1933; D 
21747 ; Sofia McQuaide De Bonis, 
New York. 2237 

Dixie Cinderella ; a play in a pro- 
logue and 2 acts, adaptation by A. 
R. Bolore. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1933; D 
21891; Agnes Roberts Bolore, Ham- 
den, Conn. 2238 

Dixon's return ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
W. W. Jacobs. London, Samuel 
French, ltd. ; New York, Samuel 
French, inc., 1932. 22 p. 12mo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1096] ) 
© Dec. 31, 1932 ; 1 c. Apr. 20, 1933 ; 
D 21960; W. W. Jacobs, London. 

2239 

Doctor Dawn in politics; a play in 3 
acts, by Harry B. Anderson. New 
York, 1933. [16] p. 4to. Caption 
title. © Apr. 10, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 
11; D 21816; Harry B. Anderson, 
New York. 2240 



Doctor Death. See Ten-thirty. 

Dollars in gold; a play in 4 acts, by 
C. Williams. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1933; 
D 21712; Curtis Williams, New 
York. 2241 

Double harness; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. P. Montgomery. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 
1933 ; D 21886 ; Edward Poor Mont- 
gomery, Harefield, Middlesex, Eng- 
land. 2242 

Draeula ; the vampire play in 3 acts, 
dramatized by Hamilton Deane and 
John L. Balderston, from Bram 
Stoker's world famous novel, 
Draeula. New York, Los Angeles, 
London, 1933. 109, [4] p. plates, 
diagrs. 12mo. ( [French's standard 
library edition] ) © Feb. 15, 1933 ; 
2 c. Apr. 20; D 21935; Samuel 
French, New York. 2243 

Dramatische dichtungen ; von Emil 
Ludwig. Berlin, Wien, Zurich, 1932. 
361 p. 8vo. Contents. Erster teil : 
Der spiegel von Shalott.— <Trlstan 
und Isolde. Zweiter teil: Oedi- 
pus. — Atalanta. — Ariadne auf Nax- 
os.— Galatea. © Nov. 17, 1932; 1 
c. Feb. 23, 1933; D 21644; Paul 
Zsolnay verlag, a. g., Berlin. 2244 

Drowsy dreams; a musical play in 2 
parts, text by Nellie Brown, music 
by M. Westgarth. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1933; D 28420; Marian Westgarth, 
Los Angeles. 2245 

Dust of Juarez ; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by F. A. Whiteley. © 1 c. Apr. 
10, 1933 ; D 21787 ; Frank A. White- 
ley, Minneapolis. 2246 

Early (The) days of Jamestown; a 
dramatic composition in 4 acts, by 
W. H. Janes. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1933 ; 
D 22128 ; William H. Janes, Suffleld, 
Conn. 2247 

Ecole (L') du piston; comedy en 1 
acte [par] Tristan Bernard. (In 
La Petite illustration, no. 612) © 
Feb. 4, 1933; 1 c. Apr. 4; D 21772; 
Tristan Bernard, Paris. 2248 

Eluded self; comedy-drama in 3 acts, 
by Jose Taft [i. e. J. M. Taft] © 
1 c. Mar. 27, 1933 ; D 22101 ; Joseph- 
ine May Taft, Montreal, Canada. 

2249 

Episode limited ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Gertrude Garrett and E. Cobb. © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1933; I) 21814; Ger- 
trude Bryant Garrett and Elisabeth 
Cobb, New York. 2250 



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pt. 1, n. s., v. 6 



Ete-petete ; komodie in 4 akten, von L. 
Tronle. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; D 
21901 ; Ludwig Tronle, Vienna. 2251 

Eternally yours; a romantic farce- 
comedy in 3 acts, by Wilbur Braun. 
New York, Los Angeles, London, 
1933. Ill, [1] p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Feb. 11, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 20 ; D 21926 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 2252 

European war: 1912-1916. See Amer- 
ica carries on. 

Eva saniert das paradies; 4 bilder aus 
dem leben ernes- kleinen niadchens, 
von Alexander Engel und Julius 
Horst. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1933; D 
21709; Theaterverlag Otto Eirich, 
g. m. b. h., Vienna. 2253 

Evensong; a play in 3 acts, adapted 
from the novel of Beverly Nichols, 
by Edward Knoblock and Beverley 
Nichols. London, Samuel French, 
ltd. ; New York, Samuel French, inc., 
1932. 90 p. plates. 8vo. ([French's 
acting edition, no. 1357]) © Dec. 
30, 1932 ; 1 c. Apr. 20, 1933 ; D 21950 ; 
Edward Knoblock and Beverley 
Nichols, London. 2254 

Extra ; a 1-act play, by Sallye Savage 
[i. e. S. Savage] © 1 c. Apr. 24, 
1933; D 22016; Sarah Savage, 
Brooklyn. 2255 

Fabian, der elefant ; komodie in 3 
akten, von Leo Lenz und Ralph Ar- 
thur Roberts. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1933 ; 
D 21661 ; Felix Bloch erben, Berlin. 
2256 

Fair ladies; a comedy in 2 scenes, by 
L. Merrin. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1933; 
D 21912; Lorine Merrin, Chicago. 

2257 

Farewell to youth ; a drama in 3 acts, 

by A. Victor. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1933 ; 

D 21819 ; Augusta Victor, New York. 

2258 

Fates (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by F. 
Nobles- [i. e. L. F. Nobles. Stone- 
wall, N. C, 1933] cover-title, 4 p. 1., 
2-12 numb. 1. fol. © Mar. 29, 1933 ; 
2 c. Apr. 3 ; D 21641 ; Lillian Flossie 
Nobles, Stonewall, N. C. 2259 

Ferment ; a 3-act drama, by R. J. Mul- 
ligan. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1933; D 
21632 ; Robert J. Mulligan, Jamaica, 
L. I., N. Y. 2260 

Figlia (La) del Dragone rosso; in 1 
prologo (Episodios 1-3) e 3 atti, di 
C. Giglio. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1933; D 
22095 ; Clemente Giglio, Brooklyn. 

2261 



Finding oneself ; a play fn 3 acts, from 
the Italian of His Excellency Luigi 
Pirandello, authorized translation 
by Ruth Gillmore [i. e. Ruth Gill- 
more Sonino] and M. Sonino. © 1 c. 
Apr. 27, 1933 ; D 22132 ; Max Sonino, 
New York. 2262 

Fireman (The) See Modern Baron 
Munchausen. 

First a step — then a stride. See Let 
sleeping dogs lie. 

First prize ; a comedy in 3 acts-, by 
N. N. Dorfman. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 
1933; D 22087; Nat N. Dorfman, 
New York. 2263 

Five star theatre ; a series of radio 
presentations, by McCann-Erickson, 
inc. Feb. 24, 1933. Charlie Chan. 
The Chinese parrot. Episode 7. © 
1 c. Mar. 11, 1933 ; D 21974 ; McCann- 
Eickson, inc., New York. 2264 

Mar. 20, 27, Apr. 3, 1933. 

The Marx brothers. Episodes 17-19. 
© 1 c. each Apr. 26, 1933 ; D 22116- 
22118; McCann-Erickson, inc.. New 
York. 2205-2267 

Mar. 31, Apr. 7, 1933. Be- 
hind that curtain. Episodes 5, 6. 
© 1 c. each Apr. 26. 1933 ; D 22119, 
22120; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 2268, 2269 

Flash. See Radio (The) crime clinic. 

For God and country ; a revised ver- 
sion of Pockets, in 3 acts, by D. N. 
Rubin. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1933; D 
21867 Daniel N. Rubin, San Fran- 
cisco. 2270 

For services rendered ; Installments 
6-12, by W. Somerset Maugham. 
{In London, The Sunday Express, 
Dec. 18, 25. 1932, Jan. 1, 8, 15, 22, 
29. 1933) © Dec. 18, 25, 1932; Jan. 
1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 1933 ; 1 c. each Mar. 
29. 1933; D 21998; W. Somerset 
Maugham, Cap Ferrat, A. M., 
France. 2271 

Fortune heights ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. Dos Passos. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1933 ; 
D 21648; John Dos Passos, New 
York. 2272 

Fourth (The) generation; a play in a 
prologue and 3 acts, by A. Veiller. 
© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1933 ; D 21761 ; Anth- 
ony Veiller, New York. 2273 

Francerie (La) ; 3 actes en 1914, par 
P. Raynal. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1933; D 
21773; Paul Raynal, Paris. 2274 



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2297 



Francis of Assisi ; a drama in 5 parts, 
by Fergus Reddie [i. e. A. F. Red- 
die] © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1933 ; D 21610 ; 
Archibald Ferguson Reddie, New 
York. 2275 

Gai ! marions-nous ! comedie en 3 
actes tiree du roman de Germaine 
Acremant, par Albert Acremant. 
Paris [1932] 2 p. 1., 169 p. 12mo. 
© Dec. 16, 1932; 1 c. Apr. 4, 1933; 
D 21769 ; Librairie Plon, Paris. 2276 

Gastmahl (Das) zuMykenae; tragodie 
in 3 akten, von L. Tronle. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1933; D 21899; Ludwig 
Tronle, Vienna. 2277 

Gay (The) deception ; a farce in 3 acts, 
by Austin Goetz. Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1933. 73 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Apr. 10, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 10 ; D 21842 ; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

2278 

Geisha love; a musical romance in 2 
acts, by L. Schoen. Text. © 1 c. 
Apr. 15, 1933; D 21865; Lester 
Schoen, New York. 2279 

Gentle (The) rogue; a comedy in 3 
acts, by John C. Brownell. New 
York, Los Angeles, Samuel French, 
inc.; London, Samuel French, ltd., 
1933. 103, [1] p. diagr. 12mo. 
([French's standard library edi- 
tion]) © Feb. 24, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 
20 ; D 21939 ; John Charles Brownell, 
Larchmont Gardens, N. Y. 2280 

Getting on the air and getting the air ; 

Scripts 1-5, a series of scripts, by 

A. Bronson. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1933; 

D 21822 ; Aleen Bronson, New York. 

2281 

Ghost (A) of a chance ; a comedy in 

1 act, by Marie Doran. New York, 
Los Angeles, London [1933] 38, [1] 
p. diagr. 12mo. © Feb. 17, 1933; 

2 c. Apr. 20; D 21930; Samuel 
French, New York. 2282 

Ghostly gold; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Frank J. Jones. Boston [1933] 
12 p. 12mo. © Mar. 16, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 3; D 21636; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 2283 

Globe headlines ; Episodes 80-91, a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by Erie Hamp- 
ton. © 1 c. each Apr. 22, 1933; D 
22013-22015 ; Flach & Benedict, inc., 
Los Angeles. 2284-2286 

Gliickliche reise; operette in 3 akten, 
von Max Bertuch und Kurt Schwa- 
bach. Musik von Eduard Kiinneke. 
Regiebuch. Berlin, 1933. 71, [1] p. 



diagr. 8vo. Text. © Nov. 23, 1932 ; 
1 c. Mar. 22, 1933 ; D 21844 ; Allegro 
theaterverlag, g.m.b.h., Berlin. 2287 

Gold bars; a play, by B. A. Katzoconi, 
© 1 C Apr. 24, 1933 ; D 22017 ; Bes- 
sie A. Katzoconi, San Francisco. 

2288 

Gold (The) flame; a mystery comedy 
in 4 acts, by Edward E. Rose. Min- 
neapolis, Minn., 1933, 77 p. 12mo. 
© Apr. 11, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 14; D 
21841 ; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 2289 

Golden (The) touch; a play in 2 acts, 
adapted by L. A. O'Brien. © 1 e. 
Apr. 4, 1933; D 21646; Lucie Adam 
O'Brien, Fall River, Mass. 2290 

Gondoliere (Der) des dogen ; oper in 
einem akt von Poul Knudsen, musik 
von Emil Nikolaus v. Reznicek. 
Berlin [1932] 126 p. fol. Orches- 
ter partitur mit text. © Oct. 3, 
1932; 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933; D 28427; 
Edition Adler, g.m.b.h., Berlin. 

2291 

Good (The) old way ; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. Fonnesbeck. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 
1933; D 22111; Lydia Fonnesbeck, 
New York. 2292 

Goodbye again; a new play, by Allan 
Scott and George Haight. New 
York, Los Angeles, Samuel French; 
London, Samuel French, ltd., 1933. 
4 p. 1„ 3-128 p. 12mo. © Apr. 8, 
1933; 2 c. Apr. 20; D 21941; Allan 
Scott and George Haight, New York. 
• 2293 

Grand hotel of the air; a sketch, by 
O. B. Millholland. Episode 1. © 
1 c. Apr. 3, 1933; D 21626; Charles 
Bruce Millholland, Indianapolis. 

2294 

Episode 2. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 

1933 ; D 21737 ; Charles Bruce Mill- 
holland, Indianapolis. 2295 

Grand-pop from Bronzville; by B. 
Lumet. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1933; D 
22078; Baruch Lumet, New York. 

2296 

Gunman's holiday. See Manhattan 
patrol. 

Hallucinations; Episodes 4-6, a play, 
by J. E. Young. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1933 ; 
D 21742; John E. Young, Bayside, 
L. I., N. Y. 2297 

Hand (The) of Heidelburg; or, One 
white hyacinth, a comedy in 1 act, 
by E. Scott-Keyes. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 



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pt. 1, n. s., v. 



Hand (The) of Heidelburg— Con. 
1933; D 22076; Edith Scott-Keyes, 
Pittsburgh. 2298 

Haunted houses; by S. C. Pettit. © 

1 c. Apr. 6, 1933; D 21827; Sarah 
C. Pettit, Pittsburgh. 2299 

He; a comedy in 3 acts, by Alfred 
Savoir [pseud, of Alfred Poznan- 
ski] Adapted by Chester Erskin. 
New York, Los Ajigeles, London, 
1933. 105, [1] p. plates, diagr. 
12mo. ( [French's standard library 
ed.] ) © Feb. 7, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 20 ; 
D 21936 ; Samuel French, New York. 
2300 

He and she; a play in 3 acts, by 
Rachel Crothers. Boston [19331 
126 p. diagr. 12mo. (Baker's pro- 
fessional plays) © Feb. 21. 1933; 

2 c. Mar. 2; D 2159S; Rachel 
Crothers, Redding, Conn. 2301 

Hearts and horses ; by J. Matlack. © 
1 c. Apr. 25, 1933; D 22082; Judith 
Matlack, Boston. 2302 

Hebe-Jebe ; dramatico-musical comedy 
in 2 acts, by E. C. McElhany. Text. 
© 1 c. Apr. 6, 1933; D 22097; Eu- 
gene Clare McElhany, Kalamazoo, 
Mich. 2303 

Her majesty's wine cellar; being an 
authorized original story based on 
Sherlock Holmes for radio purposes, 
by Edith Meiser. ( Sherlock Holmes 
series no. 83) © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1933 ; 
D 21803 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 2304 

Hipocritas (Los) ; comedia en 4 actos, 
por Franca de Armino [pseud, of 
F. R. Roger] © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1933; 
D 21658; Frances R. Roger, New 
York. 2305 

His excellency ; a screen romance, by 
S. Gluck and W. Twitchell. © 1 c. 
Mar. 31, 1933; D 21606; Sinclair 
Gluck and Waldo Twitchell, Los An- 
geles. 2306 

His Royal Highness ; a comedy-drama 
in 3 acts, by D. H. Weiler. © 1 c. 
Apr. 24, 1933 ; D 22019 ; Dorothy H. 
Weiler, New York. 2307 

Hitler; a play in 13 scenes, by Leon 
De Costa. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1933 ; D 
21845 ; Olive De Costa, New York. 

2308 

Home, James ; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, by H. Wouk and A. M. Auer- 
bach. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933; D 
21682; Herman Wouk and Arnold 
M. Auerbach, New York. 2309 



Hooked (The) rug; a play by G. M. 
M. Jackson. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1933; 
D 21837 ; Gai Marie Mohle Jackson, 
Westport, Conn. 2310 

Horatius at the bridge table; no. 1, 
a series of radio sketches, by R. W. 
Lambert. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1933; D 
21607; Ralph W. Lambert, Minne- 
apolis. 2311 

House (The) of Brandt; a play, by 
Anna Busch Faust. St. Louis, Mo., 
1933. 3 p. 1., 5-227, [1] p. 12mo. 
© Mar. 23, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 31; D 
21923; Anna Busch Faust, St. 
Louis. 2312 

Humpty-Dumpty ; words by John Rus- 
sell McCarthy, music by L. Courcil. 
© 1 c. Apr. 24, 1933 ; D 28431 ; Louis 
Courcil, Pasadena. 2313 

I chose his father ; a playet, by I. 
McVeigh. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1933; D 
21836; Ida McVeigh, Collingswood, 
N. J. 2314 

I shot my wife ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by W. M. Ashby. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 
1933; D 21988; William M. Ashby, 
Springfield, 111. 2315 

If dreams came true ; text for operetta 
in 1 act, by L. Rains. © 1 c. Apr. 
5, 1933; D 21668; Leon Rains, Los 
Angeles. 2316 

If I meet the right man ; a drama in 
3 acts, by Curtiss L. Day. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1933 ; D 21917 ; Curtiss La 
Q. Day, Elkhart, Ind. 2317 

Illusion of love ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Ellen Mary Lord, pseud, [of] Mrs. 
Frank E. Stoddard [i. e. H. Stod- 
dard] © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1933; D 
22022; Helen Stoddard, New York. 
2318 

Improper (The) duchess; a modern 
comedy in 3 acts, by James Bernard 
Fagan. London, Samuel French, 
ltd. ; New York, Samuel French, inc., 
1933. 70 p. plates. 8vo. ([French's 
acting edition, no. 1412]) © Jan. 
31, 1933; 1 c. Apr. 20; D 21953; 
James Bernard Fagan, London. 

2319 

In a studio ; a play by M. A. Klein. 
© 1 c. Apr. 11, 1933 ; D 21820 ; Mar- 
garet A. Klein, Flushing, N.Y. 2320 

In the dentist's chair ; a 1-act thriller, 
by Anthony Armstrong [pseud, of 
Anthony Armstrong Willis] London, 
New York [1933] 14, [1] p. diagr. 
12mo. ( [French's acting edition, no. 



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838]) © Mar. 15, 1933; 1 e. Apr. 
20; D 21963; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 2321 

In the garden; a play in 3 acts, by 
F. L. Wright. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1933 ; 
D 21653; Frances L. Wright, Los 
Angeles. 2322 

In the red; a farce in 3 acts, by F. 
Nordstrom. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1933 ; D 
21667; Frances Nordstrom, New 
York. 2323 

Infidelity, incorporated; a comedy in 
3 acts, by A. M. Clements and 0. L. 
Harris. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1933; D 
22131;- Angela M. Clements and 
Claudia L. Harris, New York. 2324 

Interim's end ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Anne Ayers and Tessie Hannig-Emi- 
lon. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1933 ; D 22145 ; 
Frank Matthews, New York. 2325 

Interview (An) ; a dramatic mono- 
logue, by Carmelina Bianchi. © 1 c. 
Mar. 10, 1933; D 21989; Carmelina 
Maria Bianchi, San Francisco. 2326 

Inventor (The) See Modern Baron 
Munchausen. 

Irish eyes ; a comedy-drama in 3 acts, 
by Edward E. Rose. New York, Los 
Angeles, London, 1933. 96, [4] p 
plates, diagrs. 12mo. ( [French's 
standard library ed.]) © Jan. 31, 
1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 20 ; D 21937 ; Samuel 



French, New York. 



2327 



It happened tomorrow ; a prophetic 
comedy in 3 acts, by L. A. Levy and 
D. F. Marcus. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1933 ; 
D 22098; Leo A. Levy, Pittsburgh, 
and D. Frank Marcus, New York. 

2328 

Jaybird's (The) dream; an original 
marionette and puppett play, by 
Louise Goodwyn. New York city, 
Los Angeles [1933] 2 p. 1., 12 p. 
12mo. (The Junior league puppet 
plays) © Jan. 30, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 
20; D 21929; Samuel French, New 
York. 2329 

Jealous mothers ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Maire Nolan [i. e. M. Nolan] 
© 1 c. Apr. 15, 1933 ; D 21868 ; Mary 
Nolan, Bloomfield, N.J. 2330 

Jenny Lind. See Rise of Broadway. 

Jester's (The) house; a tragedy in 3 
acts, by E. Wagner. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 
1933; D 22020; Elby Wagner, Oak- 
land, Calif. 2331 

Joachim Nettelbeck, burger zu Kol- 
berg ; ein schauspiel in 2 teilen, von 
Heinrich Romer. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 



1933; D 21613; Vertriebstelle des 
Verbandes deutscher biihnenschrift- 
steller u. biihnenkomponisten, g.m. 
b.h., Berlin. 2332 

Joan and Babs, debutante detectives ; 
Broadcasts 1-18, a series of radio 
sketches, by B. Seymour and Z. Bear. 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; D 21620 ; Betty 
Seymour, and Zena Bear, Hollywood, 
Calif. 2333 

Job's laughter; a 3-act play, by E. K. 
Povenmire. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1933; 
D 21853; Edward Kingsley Poven- 
mire, Columbus, O. 2334 

Jobyna steps out ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Marie Baumer. New York, Los 
Angeles, London, 1932. 100, [2] p. 
diagrs. 12mo. © Dec. 30, 1932; 2 
c. Apr. 20, 1933; D 21924; Samuel 
French, New York. 2335 

John Wilkes Booth ; a drama in 8 
scenes, by W. H. Pettitt. © 1 c. 
Apr. 1, 1933 ; D 21608 ; Wilfred Hen- 
ry Pettitt, Pasadena. 2336 

Judy and Jane; Continuity nos. 102- 
124, Mar. 1-3, 6-10, 13-17, 20-24, 
27-31, 1933, a series of radio sketch- 
es, by Robert D. Andrews. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 7, 1933; D 21713-21735; 
J. A. Folger & co., Kansas City, Mo. 
2337-2359 

Juliano and Angelo; Skits 1-18, a 
series of radio skits, by J. J. Pe- 
truzzi. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1933; D 
21851 ; Julian Joseph Petruzzi, Chi- 
cago. 2360 

Juliette Recamier ; a play in 3 acts, 
by H. S. Soper. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1933 ; D 21592 ; Hazel Stevens Soper, 
Lake Forest, 111. 2361 



See Soldier (The) of 



Jungle gods, 
fortune. 

Junior fireman club ; Continuity nos. 
1-10, a series of radio sketches, by 
V. Evans and R. C. Brilmayer. © 
1 c. Mar. 30, 1933; D 21815; Vir- 
ginia Evans and Robert Chambers 
Brilmayer, Cincinnati. 2362 

Just Martin ; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
H. Menkin. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1933; 
D 22009; Arthur H. Menkin, Phila- 
delphia. 2363 

Kampfstaffel 308; drama in 3 akten, 
von Paul Boeddinghaus. © 1 c. 
Apr. 5, 1933; D 21660; Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin. 2364 

Katz im sack (Zsakbamacska) eine 
lustige wintergeschichte mit musik 
und tanz in 3 akten (vidtim teli 



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Katz im sack (Ksakbainacska) — Con. 
tortenet 3 felvonasban) von szove- 
get irta: Ladislaus Szilagyi [niusik 
von] Michael Eisemann. Particell. 
Budapest [etc.] 1933. 1 p. 1., 92 p. 
fol. Hungarian text. © Feb. 15, 
1933 ; 1 c. Mar. 6 ; D 28432 ; Francis 
Bard & son, Budapest. 23G5 

Kindness itself; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Leonard J. Hines and Frank King. 
London, New York, 1932. 20 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ([French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 1173]) © Dec. 31, 1932; 
1 c. Apr. 20, 1933 ; D 21958 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 2366 

King (The) fishers; an operetta in 2 
acts, music by F. Fox, libretto by 
George Mitchell. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933; D 28421; Felix Fox, Brook- 
line, Mass. 2367 

Lake (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by Dor- 
othy Massingham and Murray Mac- 
donald [pseud, of W. M. Honey- 
man] © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1933; D 
21979; Field Roscoe, and Walter 
Macdonald Honeyman, London. 

2368 

La-Ra-inc ; episodes 1-19, a radio con- 
tinuity, by Lawrence E. Norcross 
and Raymond J. Hirsch. © 1 c. 
Apr. 21, 1933; D 219S1 ; L. E. Nor- 
cross and R. J. Hirsch, West Allis, 
Wis. 2369 

Last payment ; a 3-act play, by P. Ny- 
man. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1933; D 
21916; Philip Nyman, Brooklyn. 

2370 

Late (The) Christopher Bean; by Sid- 
ney Howard, founded upon Prenez 
garde a la peinture, by Rene Fau- 
chois. New York, Los Angeles, Sam- 
uel French ; London, Samuel French, 
ltd., 1933. 6 p. 1., 3-187 p. 12mo. 
© Jan. 26, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 20; D 
21942; Sidney Howard, New York. 
2371 

La V.aliere ; ein liebesroman in 4 kapi- 
teln, von Giinther Bibo, musik von 
Janos v. Mory. Text. © 1 c. Mar. 
22, 1933; D 21616; Crescendo thea- 
terverlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 2372 

Legion; in 3 acts, by H. I. Cook. © 
1 c. Mar. 22, 1933 ; D 21830 ; Howard 
Irwin Cook, Fort Worth, Tex. 2373 

tjet sleeping dogs lie ; or, First a 
step then a stride, a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by K. B. Miller. © 1 c. 



Apr. 7, 1933; D 21739; Katherine 
Browning Miller, San Francisco. 

2374 

Lights out! a play in 1 act, by Wal- 
ter Hudd. London, H. F. W. Deane 
& sons The Year book press, ltd. ; 
Boston, Mass., The Baker interna- 
tional play bureau [1933] 15 p. 
12mo. (The Year book press series 
of plays) © Mar. 21, 1933; 1 c. 
Mar. 30; D 21766; Walter Hudd, 
London. 2375 

Little boy blew in ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by M. C. Peddell. © 1 c. Apr. IS, 
1933; D 21903; Maud Clement Ped- 
dell, Los Angeles. 2376 

Little Fifi; by G. M. Gray. © 1 c. 
Apr. 25, 1933; D 22083; Guy M. 
Gray, Greenfield, Mass. 2377 

Little ol' boy; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Bein. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1933; D 
21922 ; Albert Bein, New York. 

2378 

Locked (The) door between; a 3-act 
drama, by C. P. Russell. © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1933; D 22100; Claud 
Phelps Russell, Shreveport, La. 

2379 

Long (The) Christmas dinner; a play 
in 1 act, by Thornton Wilder. Lon- 
don, Samuel French, ltd. ; New 
York, Samuel French, inc., 1933. 27, 
[1] p. diagr. 12mo. ( [French's 
acting edition, no. 837]) © Mar. 
23, 1933; 1 c. Apr. 20; D 21956; 
Thornton Wilder, New Haven. 

2380 

Long-felt (A) want: a comedy in 3 
acts, by Fred Ballard [i. e. J. F. 
Ballard] © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1933; D 
21909; John Frederick Ballard. 
Peterborough, N. H. 2381 

Look who's here! a tuneful musicom- 
ecly in 2 acts, music by Ted Wil- 
liams, book by Carleton S. Hadley, 
lyrics by Williams and Hadley. 
Book and dialogue. St. Louis, Mo., 
1933. cover-title, 31 p. 8vo. Text. 
© Mar. 25, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 30; D 
21838; Shattinger piano & music co., 
St. Louis. 2382 

Loose as a goose ; a musical comedy in 
1 act, by O. McCool and H. Foster. 
Text. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; D 
21752; Oliver McCool and Harold 
Foster, New York. 2383 

Lord Richard ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
I. J. Golden. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933; 
D 21749; Israel J. Golden, New 
York. 2384 



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no. 4, 1933 



2407 



Lost (The) platoon; story by O. M. 
Conte [i. e. M. O. Conte] © 1 c. 
Apr. 24, 1933 ; D 22134 ; Mark Carl 
Conte, New York. 2385 

Love and how to cure it ; a play in 1 
act, by Thornton Wilder. London, 
Samuel French, ltd. ; New York, 
Samuel French, inc., 1932. 23 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ( [French's acting 
edition, no. 1092] ) © Dec. 15, 1932 ; 
1 c. Apr. 20, 1933 ; D 21955 ; Thorn- 
ton Wilder, New Haven. 2386 

Love (The) child; a drama in 3 acts, 
by Edouard La Roche [i.e. E. La 
Roche] © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1933; D 

21887 ; Edward La Roche, New York. 
2387 

Love in a black hat; a comedy in 3 
acts, by D. Frankel. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 
1933 ; D 21663 ; Doris Frankel, New 
York. 2388 

Lucky boy; by R. Girgler and C. H. 
Grande. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1933; D 
21757 Carlo H. Grande and Rey- 
nolds Girdler, New York. 2389 

Lullaby ; a play in a prologue and 3 
acts, by J. L. Marvin. © 1 c. Mar. 
29, 1933; D 21825; Jessie L. Mar- 
vin, New York. 2390 

Madame Bovary ; a play in 5 scenes, 
by F. DeWitt, founded on the world- 
famous novel of the same name, by 
Gustave Flaubert. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 
1933; D 21602; Francis DeWitt, 
New York. 2391 

Madame who's to say no ; a radio 
sketch, by P. A. Manners. © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1933 ; D 21S13 ; Patricia Ann 
Manners, Chicago. 2392 

Made in U.S.A. ; a revue, by Gail Pitou 
[pseud, of A. W. Morgan] © 1 c. 
Mar. 9, 1933 ; D 21588 ; Abbie Ware 
Morgan, New York. 2393 

Mae the mannikin ; a playlet, by J. 
Paurel. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1933; D 
21826; Jean Paurel, New York. 

2394 

Magdalene; a play in 4 acts, by F. 
Reisenberg. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1933 : D 
21898; Felix Reisenberg, Bronxville, 
N.Y. 2395 

Magic (The) voice; Episode 1, a radio 
series, by A. Barratt. © 1 c. Apr. 
4, 1933 ; D 21656 ; Augustus Barratt 
and George C. Dawson, New York. 

2396 



Magical (The) voyage to Wellville] or, 
Post toasties story time, Episodes 
61-66, a series of radio sketches, by 
P. Wing. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1933; D 
21858; Paul Wing, Darien, Conn. 

2397 

Maman . . . marie-toi ! comedie en 3 
actes, par M. Dekobra. © 1 c. Apr. 
4, 1933 ; D 21778 ; Maurice Dekobra, 
Paris. 2398 

Mammy Nancy's chillun ; no. 1, a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by J. D. 
Brinkley. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1933; D 
22094; John D. Brinkley, Boston. 

2399 

Man (The) of Galilee; a play in 3 
acts, by Josephine Fairchild. © 1 c. 
Apr. 7, 1933 ; D 21711 ; Josephine M. 
Fairchild, Chicago. 2400 

Mandrake; a dramatization in 3 acts, 
by L. Schoen, of the German novel 
Alraune, by Hans Ewers. © 1 c. 
Feb. 28, 1933; D 21596; Lester 
Schoen, New York. 2401 

Manhattan patrol; Episode 23, Gun- 
man's holiday ; pts. 1, 2, a radio 
sketch, investigated by D. Thomas 
Curtin, dramatization by Finis Farr 
and Gregory Williamson. © 1 c. 
Apr. 7, 1933; D 21736; Lord & 
Thomas, New York. 2402 

Many waters ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Monckton Hoffe. London, Samuel 
French, ltd. ; New York, Samuel 
French, inc., 1933. 3 p. 1., 5-89 p. 
8vo. ([French's acting edition no. 
1174]) © Feb. 7, 1933; 1 c. Apr. 
20; D 21947; Monckton Hoffe, Lon- 
don. 2403 

Marionettes are dears ; a 1-act play, by 
J. E. W. Spencer. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 
1933; D 21758; Jean Edith West 
Spencer, Kansas City, Mo. 2404 

Mark (The) of death ; a play in 3 acts, 
by A. C. Lomax. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 
1933; D 21655; Allen Christopher 
Lomax, New York. 2405 

Marriage holiday ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by T. L. Fowler. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 
1933 ; D 21759 ; Thos. L. Fowler, New 
York. 2406 

Married (The) flirts; a 1-act comedy, 
by J. H. Stitt. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933 ; 
D 21755; James Henry Stitt, New 
York. 2407 

Marx (The) brothers. See Five star 
theatre. 



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2408 



pt. 1, n. s., v. 6 



Masque of Lorenzo the Magnificent ; by 
M. W. Freeman. 1 c. Apr. 7, 1933; 
D 21745 ; Margaret Waller Freeman, 
Richmond. 2408 

Maud and Cousin Bill; pts. 86-100, a 
radio play, by B. Tarkington. © 1 c. 
Apr. 15, 1933; D 21852; Booth Tar- 
kington, Indianapolis. 2409 

Mayblossom ; a musical operetta in 2 
acts, by F. F. Williams. © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1933 ; D 2S422 ; Frances Fenwick 
Williams, London. 2410 

Maytime in Erin ; comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by Edward E. Rose. New 
York, Los Angeles, London, 1933. 
96, [2] p. plates, diagrs. 12mo. 
( [French's standard library edi- 
tion] ) © Jan. 31, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 
20; D 21927; Samuel French, New 
York. 2411 

Men of action ; Episode 1, a series of 
radio sketches, by Augustus Barratt. 
© 1 c. Apr. 19, 1933; D 21911; 
Charles Schenck, Augustus Barratt 
and George C. Dawson, New York. 
2412 

Messiah (The) and a religious drama; 
dramatization of Handel's oratorio 
in 6 scenes and an interlude, by S. S. 
Young assisted by W. Ward Wright. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933 ; D 21756 ; So- 
phia Swanstrom Young, Chicago. 

2413 

Meteor mystery. See Mysteries in 
Paris. 

Millenium ; a play in 3 acts, by E. T. 
Rothman. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1933; D 
21707 ; Estelle Tanenbaum Rothman, 
Bayonne, N.J. 2414 

Milligan and Mulligan ; a series of 
radio scripts, by Bob White. Buried 
alive. Scripts 1-6. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 
1933; © 1 c. Apr. 10; D 21706, 
217S6; Bob White productions, 
Chicago. 2415, 2416 

Twenty-four hours to live ! 

Scripts 1-6. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1933 ; © 
1 c. Apr. 3; D 21603, 21628; Bob 
White productions, Chicago. 

2417, 2418 

Minor tragedy ; a prologue and 3 

acts, by M. Fahey. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 

1933; D 21609; Michael Fahey, 

Brooklyn. 2419 

Mr. Pottle's secret profession ; being 
an authorized original story based 
on Sherlock Holmes for radio pur- 
poses, by Edith Meiser. (Sherlock 



Holmes series no. 86) © 1 c. Apr. 
10, 1933; D 21806; McKnight and 
Jordan, inc., New York. 2420 

Model behavior ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Essex Dane. Boston [1933] 38 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Mar. 16, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 3; D 21639; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 2421 

Modern (The) Baron Munchausen; a 
series of radio sketches, by William 
K. Wells. Episode 30. The inven- 
tor. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1933 ; D 21600 ; 
Lord & Thomas, New York. 2422 

Episode 31. The angler, pts. 

1, 2. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1933 ; D 21789 ; 
Lord & Thomas, New York. 2423 

— —Episode 32. The railroad 

man, pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1933 ; 

D 21S69 ; Lord & Thomas, New York. 

2424 

Episode 33. The botanist, 

pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1933; D 

21982; Lord & Thomas, New York. 

2425 

Episode 34. The fireman, 

pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1933; D 

22130; Lord & Thomas, New York. 

2426 

Moment lightly shaken ; a folk-play in 
3 acts, by Samuel Harold [pseud, of 
H. S. Donitz] © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1933; 
D 21762; Harold Samuel Donitz, 
Brooklyn. 2427 

Mon petit Trott ; comedie en 5 actes, 
tiree des romans d'AndrS Lichten- 
berger : Mon petit Trott. La petite 
soeur de Trott, par Victor Bachelet. 
Paris [1933] 3 p. 1., 118 p. 12mo. 
© Feb. 15, 1933; 1 c. Apr. 4; D 
2176S ; Librairie Plon, Paris. 2428 

Money-changers (The) ; a play in 3 
acts, by A. Aronowitz. © 1 c. Apr. 
3, 1933; D 21627; Abraham Arono- 
witz, Brooklyn. 2429 

Money for nothing ! a rural conspiracy 
in 1 act, by F. Morton Howard. 
London, New York, 1932. 37, [1] p. 
diagr. 12mo. ([French's acting 
edition, no. 250] ) © Dec. 15, 1932 ; 
1 c. Apr. 20, 1933 ; D 21904 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 2430 

Monsieur le comte ; piece en 3 actes, de 
Yvan Noe [pseud, of J. Noetinger] 
© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1933 ; D 21780 ; Jean 
Noetinger, St.-Cloud (S. & O.) 
France. 2431 

Monte Carlo (The) robberies. See 
Mysteries in Paris. 



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no. 4, 1933 



2493 



Mother's moment ; a comedy-drama in 
3 acts, by Lillian Mortimer. Chi- 
cago [1933] 102 p. 12mo. © Apr. 
20, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 24 ; D 21997 ; T. S. 
Denison & co., Chicago. 2432 

Mums (The) — Maxie Mum and Minnie 
Mum ; pt. 1, by O. Muschett. §lc. 
Apr. 12, 1933; D 21897; Owen Mu- 
schett, Corona, L.I., N.Y. 2433 

Murder ; a radio sketch, by Sydney 
Wilson Boyd and Francis H. Mar- 
koe. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1933 ; D 21888 ; 
Be-Bo-Mar co., New York. 2434 

Murder (The) in the foyer; a bur- 
lesque in 1 scene, by A. J. Talbot. 
London, New York, 1932. 18 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 1021]) © Dec. 15, 1932; 
1 c. Apr. 20, 1933 ; D 21962 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 2435 

Myrt and Marge; a series of radio 
sketches, by Myrtle Vail. Episode 
nos. 273-292. © 1 c. each Apr. 6, 
1933 ; D 21683-21702 ; Win. Wrigley, 
jr. co., Chicago. 2436-2455 

Episode nos. 293-314. © 1 c. 

each Apr. 24, 1933; D 22024-22045; 
Wm. Wrigley, jr. co., Chicago. 

2456-2477 

Mystere (Le) de Worms; tragedie en 
3 actes, de V. Hox. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 
1933 ; D 21776 ; Victor Hox, Paris. 

2478 

Mysteries in Paris ; no. 20. The mys- 
tery of the white sister ; an original 
story for radio, by Edith Meiser and 
Thomas McKnight. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 
1933; D 21793; McKnight and Jor- 
dan, inc., New York. 2479 

no. 21. The curse of the Toque- 

villes, an original story for radio, by 
Edith Meiser and Thomas McKnight. 
© 1 c. Apr. 10 ,1933 ; D 21794 ; Mc- 
Knight and Jordan, inc., New York. 
2480 

no. 22. The mystery of the burn- 
ing ships, an original story for ra- 
dio, by A. Dinsdale. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 
1933; D 21795; McKnight and Jor- 
dan, inc., New York. 2481 

no. 23. The meteor mystery, an 

original story for radio, by Edith 
Meiser and Thomas McKnight. © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1933; D 21796; Mc- 
Knight and Jordan, inc., New York. 
2482 

no. 24. The Monte Carlo rob- 
beries, an original story for radio, 
by Edith Meiser and Thomas Mc- 



Knight. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1933; D 
21797; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 2483 

no. 25. The prince's ball, an orig- 
inal story for radio, by Edith Meiser 
and Thomas McKnight. © 1 c. Apr. 
10, 1933; D 21798; McKnight and 
Jordan, inc., New York. 2484 

no. 26. The runaway train, an 

original story for radio, by Edith 
Meiser and Thomas McKnight. © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1933; D 21799; Mc- 
Knight and Jordan, inc., New York. 
2485 

no. 27. The mystery of the cobra 

god, an original story for radio, by 
A. E. Scott. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1933; 
D 21800 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 2486 

no. 28. The mysterious windbells, 

an original story for radio, by A. E. 
Scott. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1933; D 
21801 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 2487 

Mysterious (The) Mr. E; a drama in 
1 act, by F. S. Gardiner. © 1 c. Apr. 
15, 1933; D 21860; Frank S. Gardi- 
ner, Tent City, Corodano, Calif. 

2488 

Mysterious (The) windbells. See Mys- 
teries in Paris. 

Mystery of the burning ships. See 
Mysteries in Paris. 

Mystery of the cobra god. See Mys- 
teries in Paris. 

Mystery of the white sister. See Mys- 
teries in Paris. 

Names; a drama in 3 acts, by W. J. 
Brooks. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1933; D 
22086 ; William Joseph Brooks, Tren- 
ton, N.J. 2489 

Napoleon piece en 4 actes, par G. 
Saint-Georges de Bouhelier. © 1 c. 
Apr. 4, 1933; D 21782; Georges! 
Saint-Georges de Bouhelier, Paris. 

2490 

Narrow escape; a radio sketch, by 

Charles S. Mercein. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 

1933 ; D 21995 ; Klau-Van Pietersom- 

Dunlap-associates, inc., Milwaukee. 

2491 

Nativity play ; by Ethel DeLong Zande. 
© 1 G. Feb. 23, 1933 ; D 22125 ; Pine 
Mountain settlement school, Pine! 
Mountain, Ky. 2492 

New wine; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
E. Ellis. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1933; D 
22123; Edith Ellis, New York. 2498 



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New world ; a play in 3 acts, by S. 
( "dies and H. JM. Fox. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 
1933 ; D 21703 ; Stedman Coles and 
Helen M. Fox, New York. 2494 

New York nobody; a comedy in 5 
scenes, by W. Butterfield and J. G. 
Loofborough. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1933; 
D 21S92; Walton Butterfield, New 
York. 2495 

Night journey; a piny in 1 act, by 
Leonard J. Hines. London, New 
York, 1932. 24 p. diagr. 12mo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1176] ) 
© Dec. 30, 1932 ; 1 c. Apr. 20, 1933 ; 
D 21959; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 2496 

Nine from eight ; a forty-five minute 
fantasy, by M. H. Flanner. © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1933; D 21S24 ; Mary H. 
Flanner, Altadena, Calif. 2497 

Ninth (The) nurse; a play in 3 acts, 
by John Houston and Griff Morris. 
© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1933 ; D 21659 ; John 
M. Houston, and Irvin G. Morris, jr., 
Mountain Lakes, N.J. 2498 

Nude (The) in Washington square; a 
play in 8 scenes, by It. M. Wood- 
ward. © 1 c. Apr. IS, 1933; D 
22135; Ruth Margaret Woodward, 
New York. 2499 

Old Hickory; a play in 3 acts, by S. 
Morse. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1933*; D 
2213S; Stearns Morse, Hanover. 
N.H. 2500 

Ombre (L) du tricorne ; comedie dra- 
matique en 3 actes, nar V. Hox. © 
1 c. Apr. 4, 1933; D 21775; Victor 
Hox, Paris. 2501 

Once in a blue moon. !<<■<• Wander- 
birds. 

<>nc never knows; or, Sisters, a drama 
in 3 acts, by Arlene Lovengreen. © 
1 c. Apr. 3, 1933; D 21624; Arlene 
Ruth Kierstead Sheerer, S. Pasa- 
dena. 2502 

One night stand; a 1-act play, by R. 
Gannon. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1933; D 
22018; Basil Gannon, Hollywood, 
Calif. 2503 

One shall be taken; a play in 1 act. by 
M. R. Eyre. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; 
D 21583; Mary Brooks Eyre, Olare- 
mont, Calif. 2504 

One white hyacinth. See Hand (The) 
of Heidelburg. 



Orders are orders ; a military diversion 
in .'! acts, by Ian Hay [pseud, of 
John Hay Reith] and Anthony Arm- 
strong | pseud, of Anthony Arm- 
Strong Willis] London, New York, 
1933. 102 p. plates. Nvo. 

( [French's acting edition, no. 1548]) 
© Feb. 8, 1933; 1 e. Apr. 20; D 
2194S: Samuel French, ltd., London. 
2505 

origins of popular superstitions. Pic- 
ture no. 1. Spiiled silt, motion pic- 
ture scenario, by Amille Milane and 
Raymond Nazarro. © 1 c. Apr. 25,, 
1933: D 22081; Borden pictures 
corp.. Los Angeles. 2506 

Our children; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by Louis K. Anspacher. New 
York, N.Y., Los Angeles, Calif.. Sam- 
uel French, inc.; London. Samuel 
French, ltd. 1932] 131, [3] p. diagm 
l2mo. ( [French's standard library 
edition | I Contains music. © Oct. 
11, 1932; 2 c. Nov. IS: I» 19270; 
Louis K. Anspacher, Ossining, N.Y. 
2o07 

Outlaw (The) and the widow, Bee 
Death Valley days. 

Parable of the prodigal son ; written 
for stage or screen, by X. P.. San- 
ders. © 1 c\ Apr. 4, 1933 ; D 21977 ; 
Noel Baxter Sanders. Haskell, Okl. 
250S 

Paris predicts; a fashion pantomime, 
by Carol McMillan Reid, Chicago, 
1933. 62 p. plates. 4to. © Mar 
11, 1933; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 13; AA 
11655S: Gamble hinged music co., 
Chicago. 2509 

Paris to London to love: a comedy in 
3 acts, by M. Severn. © 1 c. Apr. 7. 
1933; D 21744: Maida Severn. New 
York. 2510 

Partnership dissolved : a play in 3 acts. 
by R. Leake. © 1 c. Apr. 17. 19::::: 
D 21SS2; Russell Leake. San Fran- 
cisco. 2.111 

Passin' thru; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
P.urney and Walter Cox [i. e. X. P.. 
Cox and W. 0. Cox | © 1 c. Apr. 12, 
1933; l» 21839; Walter Glenn Gox 
and Nancy Burney Cox. Portland. 
or. 2512 

Passin- the butt : a play in 52 scenes, 
by R. c. Baumgartner. © l c. Apr. 
14. 1933; D 21855; Richard C. 
Baumgartner, San Francisco. 2513 



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2535 



Passion and triumph ; an Easter play 
in 2 acts, by R. M. Gilbert. © 1 c. 
Apr. 24, 1933 ; D 22021 ; Ralph Mark 
Gilbert, South Bend, Inch 2514 

Passions past ; a talking picture in 21 
scenes, by Daisy Leighton [i. e. D. L. 
Ryley] © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1933; D 
21792 ; Daisy Leighton Ryley, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 2515 

Pentagon ; a plav in 3 acts, by E. 
Stone. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1933; D 
21921; Edith Stone, New York. 

2516 

Penthouse legend ; a play in 3 acts, by 

A. Rand. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1933 ; D 

22140; Ann Rand, Hollywood, Calif. 

2517 

Perhaps it happened ; a satirical fan- 
tasy in a prologue and 3 acts, by B. 
Kroll. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1933; D 
21586; Beatrice Kroll, New York. 

2518 

Persecution ; a picture drama in 1 act, 
by D. A. Leonard. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 
1933; D 22077; David Ahria Leon- 
ard, New York. 2519 

Persian (A) dream; by E. W. Hil- 
dreth. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933; D 
21893 ; Earl Wesley Hildreth, Phila- 
delphia. 2520 

Person (The) responsible; a village 
drama in 1 act, by F. Morton How- 
ard. London, New York, 1932. 20 p. 
diagr. 12 mo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no, 1175]) © Dec. 31, 1932; 
1 c. Apr. 20, 1933 ; D 21954 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 2521 

Pin money ; a play in 1 act, by Gordon 
Berry [i. e. John Gordon Berry] © 
1 c. Mar. 29, 1933 ; D 21973 ; Gordon 
Berry, Laurel, Miss. 2522 

Play with words ; in 3 acts and an 
epilogue, by Stuart Dakin Pool. © 
1 c. Apr. 3, 1933 ; D 21634 ; Patricia 
Dakin Pool, Mason City, la. 2523 

Plays of Elmer Rice; London, Victor 
Gollancz, ltd., 1933. 447 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — The adding machine. — 
Street scene. — See Naples and die. — 
Counsellor-at-law. © Feb. 13, 1933 ; 
1 c. Apr. 8 ; 1 c. Apr. 21 ; D 22088 ; 
Elmer Rice, % Victor Gollancz, ltd., 
London. 2524 

Pockets. See For God and country. 

Poor (The) little thing; a play in 3 
acts, bv M. B. Waters. © 1 c. Mar. 
14, 1933 ; D 21585 ; Marianne Brown- 
Waters, Worcester. 2525 



Portrait (The) ; a play in 1 act, by 
Leila Watson. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ;• 
D 21594; Leila Beatrice Virginia 
Watson, Santa Ana, Calif. 2526 

Post toasties story time. See Magical 
(The) voyage to Wellville. 

Poule (Une) sur un mur . . . piece en 
4 tableaux, de L. Marchand. © 1 c. 
Apr. 4, 1933 ; D 21774 ; Leopold Mar- 
chand, Paris. 2527 

Poyatz (Der) (The clown) ; a musical 
show in 3 acts, by C. Towber and 
William Siegel. Text. 

■?ys2> yt^xpnin -.yvfrp ijn .fx>xs *ijn 

D"n ]ik Vyi'D DX'?ni pa ,p?Dj?K 3 px 

.-lys'io 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1933 ; D 21829 ; Chaim 

Towber, Philadelphia. 2528 

Prepopterops, the giant. See Shim 
Sham. 

Pressure Jones; a play in 3 acts, by 

W. B. Hinton. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1933 ; 

D 21611 ; William Burton Hinton, 

Rutherford, N. J. 2529 

Prince (Le) charmant ; comedie en 3 
actes [par] Tristan Bernard. {In 
La Petite illustration, no. 612) © 
Feb. 4, 1933: 1 c. Apr. 4; D 21771; 
Tristan Bernard, Paris. 2530 

Prince's ball. See Mysteries in Paris. 

Princess Margaret's Christmas ; [a 3 
act play] by Ethelle A. Garside. 
Augusta, Me., 1932. cover-title, 31 p. 
16mo. © Oct. 10, 1932 ; 1 c. Dec. 23 ; 
1 c. Mar. 24, 1933 ; D 21890 ; Ethelle 
A. Garside, Augusta, Me. 2531 

Princess May ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Eleanor Talbot Kinkead [i. e. E. T. 
K. Short] © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1933 : D 
21906; Eleanor Talbot Kinkead 
Short, Lexington, Ky. 2532 

Prodigal daughter ; a play in 1 act, by 
EJoise Keeler [i. e. E. K. Echols] 
© 1 c. Apr. 4. 1933 ; D 21654 ; Eloise 
Keeler Echols, New York. 2533 

Progress (The) of light; a dramatic 
composition, by R. E. Bartlett and 
W. J. Bartlett. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1933 : 
D 21785 ; Robert Edwin Bartlett and 
Willa Jaskey Bartlett, Salt Lake 
City. 2534 

Prophet (The) ; negro morality play 
in 3 scenes with old spirituals, by 
E. Varey. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 10. 
1933: D 21S11: Eugene Varey, Dal- 
las. 2535 



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Psycho-analyst (The) ; or, The ps-vcho- 
nuttist. Episodes 1, 2. a series of 
radio sketches, by L. Steedman. © 
1 c. Apr. 14, 1933 ; D 21857 ; Louise 
Steedman, New York. 2536 

Psycho-nuttist. See Psycho-analyst 

(The). 

Publisher ; a play in 3 acts, by Tom 
Stern [pseud, of] D. Stern 3rd. © 
1 c. Apr. 18, 1933; D 21905; David 
Stern 3rd, Cambridge, Mass-. 2537 

Puppet show ; a play in 3 acts, by 

Chrystal Heme [i. e. C. H. Pollard] 

© 1 e. Apr. 21, 1933; D 21978; 

Chrystal Heme Pollard, New York. 

2538 

Quadrangle ; a play in 3 acts, and an 
epilogue, by R. Slater. © 1 c. Apr. 
14, 1933; D 21959; Raye Slater, 
Brooklyn. 2539 

Quam dilecta, the life of the Reverend 
Samuel Charles Mazzuchelli, O. P., 
a play in 3 acts, by Sister M. A. 
Tighe. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1933; D 
21746; Sister Mary Alexia Tighe, 
Rockford, 111. 2540 

Queen Elizabeth; a dramatic mono- 
logue, by Carmelina Bianchi. © 1 
c. Mar. 10, 1933 ; D 21991 ; Carmelina 
Maria Bianchi, San Francisco. 

2541 

Queen's (The) diamonds; a play by 
S. Bayfield. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1933; 
D 22103; St. Clair Bayfield. New 
York. 2542 

Radio (The) crime clinic; Flash, ini- 
tial playlet in a series of crime and 
mystery stories, by H. McLellan. © 
1 c. Apr. 4, 1933 ; D 21647 ; Howard 
McLellan, Riverton, Conn. 2543 

Railroad (The) boomer; Episodes 1-8. 
a series of radio sketches, by E. L. 
Kast. © 1 c. Mar. 27. 1933; D 
21896; Earl Lawrence Kast, Chi- 
cago. 2544 

Railroad (The) man. See Modern 
(The) Baron Munchausen. 

Ransom. See Author (The) speaks. 

Reid (The) affair; a play in 4 acts, 
by F. W. Smukler. © 1 c. Apr. 17. 
1933; D 21884; Freda Wienman 
Smukler, Dixon, 111. 2545 

Return (The) of the knights; a play, 

by M. Libbey. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1933 ; 

D 22102; May Libbey. Washington. 

2546 



Reunion ; a dramatic monologue, by 
Carmelina Bianchi. © 1 c. \far. 
10, 1933; D 21990; Carmelina Maria 
Bianchi, San Francisco. 2547 

Revolt ; a drama of tobacco and men, 
by T. Dreiser. Rev. © 1 c. Apr. 
6, 1933; D 21704; Theodore Dreiser. 
New York. 2548 

Revolt in the ark ; a play in 2 scenes, 
by Margaret K. Soifer. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. [1933] 16 p. 16mo. ([Fur- 
row press plays for children]) © 
Apr. 20, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 22 ; D 21984 ; 
Furrow press, Brooklyn. 254'. I 

Riddle me this ! a play in 3 acts, by 
Daniel N. Rubin. New York, N. Y., 
Los Angeles, Calif., Samuel French, 
inc. ; London, Samuel French, ltd., 
1933. 125, [2], plates, diagrs. 12mo. 
( [French's standard library edi- 
tion] ) © Feb. 18, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 
20; D 21934; Daniel N. Rubin. 
Charleston, S. C. 2550 

Rise of Broadway; Jenny Lind, a se- 
ries of radio programs, by J. B. 
Smith. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933: D 
21621 ; Joe Bates Smith, New York. 
2551 

Ritual, the royal jesters, a play in 3 
acts, by Eugene Le Moyne Connelly. 
© 1 c. Anr. 3. 1933 ; D 21623 ; F. I. 
Coats, Boise, Id. 2552 

Roberta; a 3-act play, by P. Nyman. 
© 1 c. Apr. 19, 1933 ; D 21914 ; Phil- 
ip Nyman, Brooklyn. 2553 

Romance (A) of old Tibet; a sketch, 

by R. Fehr. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1933; 

D 21913; Richard Fehr, New York. 

265 I 

Room (The) of fate; a play in 4 acts, 
by E. Kohn. © 1 c. Apr. 7. 1933; 
D 2178S; Emil Kohn, Cleveland. 

2.-,,-..-, 

Rose (The) of Hamelin ; an Easter 
play, by Alma F. Franke. Boston 
[1933] 31 p. illus., diagr. l2mo. 
© Mar. 24. 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1933 ; 
D 21637 ; Walter H. Baker CO., Bos- 
ton. 2556 

Rosse; schauspiel in 3 aufziigen, von 
Richard Billinger. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 
1933; D 21823; Felix Bloch erben, 
Berlin. 2557 

Run sheep run. See Death Valley 
days. 

Runaway (The) train. See Mysteries 
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2577 



Salted away; a radio sketch, by 
Charles S. Mercein. © 1 c. Apr. 
22, 1933 ; D 21996 ; Klau-Van Pieter- 
som-Dunlap-associates, inc., Milwau- 
kee. 2558 

Sane insanity; a play in 4 acts, by 
H. F. Neulon. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1933 ; 
D 21840; Henry Frederick Neulon, 
Binghamton, N.Y. 2559 

Sarabande; a play in 3 acts, by M. 

Radin. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1933; D 

21821; Max Radin, Berkeley, Calif. 

2560 

Satan behind me ; by B. H. Eisner. © 
1 c. Apr. 27, 1933 ; D 22126 ; Beatriz 
H. Eisner, Chicago. 2561 

Savage (The) madonna; a farce in 3 
acts, by Paul Meksin. © 1 c. Apr. 
15, 1933; D 21862; Paul J. Meksin, 
New York. 2562 

Save us from our friends ; a comedy in 
1 act, by Ernest Denny. [London, 
New York] 1933. 37 p. diagr. 
12mo. ( [French's acting edition no. 
810]) © Mar. 15, 1933; 1 c. Apr. 
20; D 21967; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 2563 

Say, uncle ; Episode 1, a radio series, 
by A. Barratt. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1933 ; 
D 21657; Augustus Barratt and 
George C. Dawson, New York. 

2564 

Schooldays (The) program book; by 
Kathleen Eiland. New York [1933] 
153 p. 12mo. © Feb. 23, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 24; aff. Feb. 25; A 59687; 
Fitzgerald pub. Corp., New York. 

2565 

Secret agent ; a play in 3 acts, by C. 
Dixon and W. S. Maugham, from the 
novel Ashenden; or, The British 
agent, by W. S. Maugham. © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1933; D 22090; Campbell 
Dixon and W. Somerset Maugham, 
London. 2566 

See Naples and die. See Plays of 
Elmer Rice. 

See yuh in church ; a satirical comedy 
in 3 acts, and a prologue, by M. R. 
Livingstone and R. C. Epstein. © 
1 c. Apr. 3, 1933 ; D 21625 ; Marie R. 
Livingstone, Shaker Heights, O., and 
Ruth C. Epstein, Cleveland. 2567 

Send her victorious ! a farcical comedy 
in 1 act, by Philip Johnson. London, 
New York, 1983. 2 p. 1., 3-39, [1] 
p. diagr. 12mo. ([French's acting 



edition, no. 1142] ) © Jan. 17, 1933 ; 
1 c. Apr. 20; D 21968; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 2568 

Sentimental Sarah ; a comedy of charm 
in 3 acts, by Charles George. New 
York, Los Angeles, London, 1933. 
84, [1] p. diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 11, 
1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 20 ; D 21931 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 2569 

Serpent (The) in the garden ; a play 
in 3 acts, by H. U. P. Aylmer. Rev. 
& re-written. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1933 ; 
D 21850; Henry Udolphus Paget 
Aylmer, Montreal, Canada. 2570 

Sesame and lilies ; a 1-act play for gar- 
den clubs by Lucile Blanchard Boyd. 
Barre, Mass., Barre gazette, 1933. 
20 p. 16mo. © Apr. 18, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 21 ; D 21971 ; Lucile Blanchard 
Boyd, Barre, Mass. 2571 

Sex must go; a satirical fantasy in 5 
scenes, by W. M. Griffith. © 1 c. 
Apr. 12, 1933; D 21832; William 
Morrison Griffith, Pasadena. 2572 

Shadows and dreams; talking picture 
drama, by Hope Lynn [-^eud. of T. 
Lyons] © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1933; D 
21985; Theresa Lyons, Detroit. 

2573 

Shakespeare; a play in 5 episodes, by 
H. F. Rubinstein and Clifford Bax; 
a preface by A. W. Pollard. London, 
New York, 1933. 96 p. 12mo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1386] ) 
© Mar. 28, 1933; 1 c. Apr. 20; D 
21957 ; Samuel French, ltd., London. 
2574 

Shepherd's queen ; a play, by E. Park- 
inson. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; D 
21589; Ethelyn Parkinson, Green 
Bay, Wis. 2575 

Shim Sham ; or, Prepopterops, the 
giant ; or, Betty's dream, a play for 
children [in 4 scenes ! by Hermon 
Ould. London, Samuel French, ltd. ; 
New York, Samuel French, inc., 
[1932] 22 p. diagr. 12mo. 
([French's plays for juvenile per- 
formers, no. 16] ) © July 26, 1932 ; 
1 c. Sept. 9 ; D 22133 ; Hermon Ould, 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
new matter] 2576 

Show business ; a saga in 3 acts, by 

John Shubert. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1933 ; 

D 21664 ; John J. Shubert, New York. 

2577 

Silas Smidge from Turnip Ridge; a 

rural comedy-drama in 3 acts, by Jay 

Tobias. Chicago [1933] 156 p. 



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Silas Smidge from Turnip Ridge- 
Continued. 

diagr. 12mo. Contains music. © 
Apr. 25, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 27 ; D 22124 ; 
T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 2578 

Silver (The) Mask. See Song of the 
cow. 

Sin or swim ; a farce-comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. Lebaudy and D. Hobart. © 
1 c. Apr. 18, 1933 ; D 21907 ; Jack Le- 
baudy and Doty Hobart, New York. 
2579 

Sincerity; a play in 3 acts, by J. A. 
Mallette. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1933; D 
21975 ; Jennie A. Mallette, Binghani- 
ton, N.Y. 2580 

Sisters. See One never knows. 

Six last days life of Jesus Christ. See 
World's great passion play. 

Skippy; continuity nos. 343-372, a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by Blackett- 
Sample-Hummert, inc. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 25, 1933; D 22046-22075; 
Skippy, inc., McLean, Va. 2581-2610 

Smoke-screens ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Harold Brighouse. London, Samuel 
French, l)td. ; New York, Samuel 
French, inc., 1932. 25 p. diagr. 
12mo. ( [French's acting edition, no. 
787]) © Dec. 31, 1932; 1 c. Apr. 
20, 1933; D 21961; Harold Brig- 
house, London. 2611 

So we go ; a play in 3 acts, by J. Jex. 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1933 ; D 22129 ; John 
Jex and Georgina Elizabeth Jex, 
New York. 2612 

Soldier (The) of fortune; Episode no. 
1, Jungle gods, a radio series, by 
E. Clapham. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1933; 
D 21740 ; Emilia Clapham, Berkeley, 
Calif. 2613 

Something else besides . . . ; a play in 
3 acts, by Alta De Kermen, suggest- 
ed by Friedrich Heissmann and by 
the many biographies written on 
Vincent Van Gogh, and by his letters 
to his brother. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1933 ; 
D 21986; Altagracia De Jannelli, 
inc., New York. 2614 

Song (The) of the cow; a play in 3 
acts, by E. Chodorov, based on Hugh 
Walpole's short story: The silver 
mask. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1933; D 
21710 ; Edward Chodorov, New York. 
2615 

Sophie Robins ; a play in 3 acts, by P. 
Trivers. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; D 
21681; Paul Trivers, New York. 

2616 



Sox appeal Sally ; pt. 3, a dramatic 
sketch, by E. V. Tewksbury. © 1 c. 
Apr. 12, 1933 ; D 28131 ; Edith Viola 
Tewksbury, Medford, Mass. 2617 

Spanning the Golden gate; a radio 
dramatization in 2 acts, by R. M. 
Nichols, jr. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1933 ; D 
21810; Robert McCullough Nichols, 
jr., San Francisco. 2618 

Spawn of the dragon ; Episodes 1-6, 
[a mystery radio serial] by Sidney 
Northcott & William Frederick. 
[Omaha, 1932] Various pagings. 
fol. © June 1, 1932; 1 c. Oct. 24, 
1932; 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; D 21642; 
Fontenelle features, Omaha. 2619 

Speiler (The) ; a sketch, by B. Telaak. 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; D 21593; Bill 
Telaak, New York. 2620 

Spilled salt. See Origin of popular su- 
perstitions. 

Spurious (The) adventure; a play in 
a prologue, 3 acts and epilogue, by 
Herbert Carlyle Sterne. © 1 c. Mar. 
31, 1933; D 21601; Herbert Sterne, 
Hollywood, Calif. 2621 

Square pegs ; a play in 3 acts, by S. J. 
Bernhard. © 1 . Apr. 12, 1933; D 
21S35 ; Seymour J. Bernhard, Brook- 
lyn. 2622 

Stage (The) door; ten sketches for 
revue, by Cyril Campion, E. F. Wat- 
ling and Lauri Wylie. London, 
New York, 1932. 74 p. 8vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 2310]) 
© Dec. 15, 1932 ; 2 c. Apr. 20, 1933 ; 
D 21951; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 2623 

Start with a white gardenia ; a play- 
let in 1 act, by Ronnie M. Jabor 
[pseud, of R. Madsen] © 1 c. Apr. 
22, 1933; D 21992; Ragnhilde Mad- 
sen, New York. 2624 

Staten Island ferry; a play in 3 acts, 
by H. Briggs and G. Lessey. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1933; D 21672; Harlan 
Briggs and George Lessey, New 
York. 2025 

Step lively; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, by R. S. Hewlett, music by 
E. E. Stowell. Text, © 1 c. Mar. 
27, 1933; Music. © 1 c. Apr. 6; D 
2S424; Roger S. Hewlett, Cambridge, 
Mass. 2626 

Street scene. See Plays of Elmer Rice. 

Substitute (A) for authority; a com- 
edy in 3 acts, by H. U. P. Aylmer. 
© 1 c. Apr. 14, 1933 ; D 21849 ; Henry 
Udolphus Paget Aylmer, Montreal, 
Canada. 2627 



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Such popularity ; a comedy-drama in 
3 acts, by Elizabeth R. Ruben 
[pseud, of E. R. Freund] © 1 c. 
Mar. 14, 1933 ; D 21584 ; Elizabeth R. 
Freund, New York. 2628 

Summer complaint; a play in 3 acts, 
by Robert Rosten [pseud, of R. Ro- 
senstein] © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1933; D 
22141 ; Reuben Rosenstein, New 
York. 2629 

Sunlight in my eyes ; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. A. Porter. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 
1933 ; D 21881 ; Rose Albert Porter, 
.New York. 2630 

Sunshine alley ; [Episode] no. 2, a ra- 
dio serial, by E. Longstreth. © 1 c. 
Apr. 22, 1933; D 21933; Edward 
Longstreth, New York. 2631 

:Sur champ d'etoiles; piece en 3 actes, 
par F. de Croisset. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 
1933 ; D 21777 ; Francis de Croisset, 
Paris. 2632 

Susan ; a comedy in 3 acts, by F. Mon- 
roe. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1933 ; D 21665 ; 
Frank Monroe, New York. 2633 

Szenen aus Mozarts leben ; singspiel in 
1 akt, mit melodien aus dessen wer- 
ken versehen von Albert Lortzing. 
Hrsg. von prof. dr. Arthur Bank- 
witz. Berlin, Afa-verlag, Hans Diin- 
nebeil [1932] 44 p. illus. 16mo. 
Text. © Nov. 28, 1932; 1 c. Mar. 
22, 1933 ; D 21643 ; Arthur Bankwitz, 
Berlin. 2634 

Tailor (The) and his lang pack; a 
play in 1 act, by Agnes Allan Jeffrey 
[i.e* A. A. MacDairmaid] Glasgow, 
Walter Wilson & co. (Glasgow) lim- 
ited, 1933. 44 p. 24mo. ([Scottish 
national plays series, no. 13]) © 
Feb. 10, 1933 ; 1 c. Feb. 23 ; D 21599 ; 
Agnes Allan MacDiarmid, Stanley, 
Newmaius. Lanarkshire, Scotland. 

2635 

Talking to myself in the back of the 
looking glass; a radio sketch, by H. 
Smith and D. Harris, Feb. 11, 1933. 
© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1933 ; D 21645 ; How- 
ard Smith and DeWitt Harris, New 
York. 2636 

Feb. 25, 1933. © 1 c. Mar. 

15, 1933; D 21679; Howard Smith 
and DeWitt Harris, New York. 

2637 

Mar. 4,1933. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 

1933; D 216S0; Howard Smith and 
DeWitt Harris, New York. 2638 



Tartini's dream; by E. W. Hildreth. 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933 ; D 21895 ; Earl 
Wesley Hildreth, Philadelphia. 2639 

Tarzan of the apes; a series of radio 
sketches, by Edgar Rice Burroughs. 
Episode nos. 141-150. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 17, 1933 ; D 21871-21880 ; Edgar 
Rice Burroughs, inc., Tarzana, Calif. 
2640-2649 

Episode nos. 151-160. © 1 c. 

each Apr. 24, 1933; D 21999-22008; 
Edgar Rice Burroughs, inc., Tar- 
zana, Calif. 2650-2659 

Tauteera ; or, War ain't hell, a play in 
3 acts, by James Leys. © 1 c. Mar. 
14, 1933; D 21587; James F. Leys, 
New York. 2660 

Temeraire (Le) ; piece en 3 actes, de 
H. Decoin. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1933; D 
21779; Henry Decoin, St.-Cloud (S. & 
O.) France. 2661 

Temple (The) of childhood; a pageant 
for children's day, by Valeria R. 
Lehman, incidental music by I. H. 
Meredith. New York, N.Y., 1933. 
14 p. 8vo. © Mar. 22, 1933; 2 c. 
Apr. 15; D 28430; Tullar-Meredith 
CO., New York. 2662 

Ten-minute alibi ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Anthony Armstrong [pseud, of A. A. 
Willis] London, Victor Gollancz, 
ltd., 1933. 112 p. 12mo. © Mar. 16, 
1933 ; 1 c. Apr. 5 ; D 21765 ; Anthony 
Armstrong Willis, London. 2663 

Ten-thirty; a play in 3 acts, adapted 
from Hilary Grace's posthumous 
melodrama, Doctor Death, by V. Vic- 
tor. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1933 ; D 21743 ; 
Victor Victor, Long Island City, 
N.Y. 2664 

Tenderest (The) moment; a play in 
3 acts, by E. Corrigan, jr. © 1 c. 
Apr. 25, 1933 ; D 22080 ; Emmett Cor- 
rigan, jr., Hollywood, Calif. 2665 

Tenuous (The) web; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Raphael and Elizabeth Ash- 
ery. ©le. Apr. 21, 1933 ; D 21983 ; 
Libbie I. Ashery, Brooklyn. 2666 

Theocritus. See Women. 

There's always Juliet; a comedy in 3 
acts, by John Van Druten. London, 
Samuel French, ltd. ; New York, 
Samuel French, inc., 1932. S5 p. 
diagr. 8vo. ( [French's acting ed., 
no. 1848]) © Dec. 30, 1932; 1 c. 
Apr. 20, 1933; D 21945; John Van 
Druten, London. 2667 



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These are thy daughters, oh America ; 
a pageant in 3 episodes, by D. W. 
Hough. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1933 ; D 
22144; Dorothy Whitehead Hough, 
Janesville, Wis. 2668 

These twoi a play in 3 acts, by L. 
Hale. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1933 ; D 21751 ; 
Lionel Hale, Purley, Surrey, Eng- 
land. 2669 

These unlaunched voices ; a play in 3 
acts, by A. Yates. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 
1933; D 21705; Arthur Yates, New 
York. 2670 

Three barns and a hammess; Sketch 
no. 1, a radio series, by J. Ferguson. 
© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1933; D 21604; John 
Ferguson, New York. 2671 

Three (The) hats; a play in 5 scenes, 
by E. E. Sornsen. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 
1933; D 21754; Elora Elaine Sorn- 
sen, Los Angeles. 2672 

Three wise old owls ; by Myrtle Barber 
Carpenter. A play for the younger 
children. Minneapolis, 1933. 12 p. 
8vo. Contains music. © Apr. 7, 
1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 20 ; D 21919 ; F. D. 
Singler play co., Minneapolis. 2673 

Tillie the broiler and Cuspidor Bill ; 
a radio skit, by J. McDonald. © 1 c. 
Apr. 5, 1933; D 21622; James Mc- 
Donald, San Francisco. 2674 

Tim, the chimney sweep ; a play for 
children in 3 acts, by Mildred 
Maxey. New York, London, 1932. 
3 p. 1., 52 p. 12mo. (The Junior 
league plays) © Dec. 30, 1932; 2 c. 
Apr. 20, 1933; D 21925; Samuel 
French, New York. 2675 

Tinder (The) box ; a marionette play 
in 6 scenes, by M. Lally from the 
story of Hans Christian Andersen. 
© 1 c. Apr. 28, 1933 ; D 22139 ; May 
Lally, Chicago. 2676 

Tom, Dick and Harry; a play in 3 
acts, by M. M. Morgan. © 1 c. Apr. 
11, 1933; D 21818; Mary Marshall 
Morgan, Baltimore. 2677 

Tom Sawyer ; a play in 4 acts, by Paul 
Kester, founded on the story of Sam- 
uel L. Clemens. New York, N.Y., 
Los Angeles, Calif., London, 1933. 
106, [4] p. 12mo. ( [French's stand- 
ard library edition]) © Jan. 31, 
1933; 2 c. Apr. 20; D 22089; Samuel 
French, New York. 2678 

Too many husbands ; a 1-act skit, by 
J. C. Boyd. 1 c. Apr. 26, 1933; D 
22110; James Clement Boyd, Mont- 
clair, N.J. 2679 



Tracy, the outlaw ; Episodes 1-26, a 
series of radio sketches, by L. D. 
Kitchell. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1933; D 
21763; Laurence Douglas Kitchell, 
Wenatchee, Wash. 2680 

Traffic jam ; a drama in 3 acts, by E. C. 

Averill. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1933; D 

21669 ; Esther C. Averill, Worcester. 

2681 

Transfiguration; a play in 4 acts, by 
N. W. Stephenson. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 
1933; D 21635; Nathaniel Wright 
Stephenson, Claremont, Calif. 2682 

Travelers twelve ; a melodrama in 9> 
scenes, by Jay Doten. © 1 c. Apr. 
21, 1933; D 21980; Jay Pac-hard 
Doten, Los Angeles. 2683 

Tree (The) of life; a play in 5 acts, 
by Don Moncaleano [pseud, of J. M. 
Lawson] © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1933; D 
21987 ; John Moncaleno Lawson, Los 
Angeles. 2684 

Twenty-four hours to live. See Milli- 
gan and Mulligan. 

Two-edged sword ; a play in a prologue, 
3 acts, and epilogue, by E. Sherry. 
© 1 c. Apr. 20, 1933 ; D 21920 ; Edna 
Sherry, New York. 2685 

Two (The) exiles; a music drama in 3 
acts, words and music by H. Meyer. 
Text. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1933 ; D 21S48 ; 
Hyrnan Meyer, Long Island, N.Y. 

26S6 

Two (The) formulae ; drama in 4 acts, 
by P. Stein. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1933; 
D 22113; Paul Stein, New York. 

2687 

Umi and Kapukini ; a musical play in 
3 acts, by Howard V. Sutherland and 
B. Palmer. Libretto. © 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1933; D 21678; Belle Palmer, 
Honolulu. 26S8 

Und alles hangt von Tutti ab ; ein 
stiick in einem vorspiel und 3 akten, 
von I. R. Wisskent. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1933; D 21614; Vertriebsstello des 
Verbandes deutscher buhnensehrift- 
s t e 1 1 e r u. biihnenkomponisten, 
g.m.b.h., Berlin. 2689 

Understanding women ; a 3-act com- 
edy, by F. Mandel. © 1 c. Apr. 24 r 
1933; D 22010; Frank Mandel, 
Larchmont, N.Y. 2690 

Understudies (The) ; a comedy in 1 
act, by Fred Arendt [i. e. F. J.] 
Arendt] © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1933; D 
21846; Frederick John Arendt, 
Union City, N.J. 2691 



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no. 4, 1933 



2720 



Undesirable lady; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. Gordon. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933 ; 
D 21750 ; Leon Gordon, Culver City, 
Calif. 2692 

Unto the third ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. N. Gilchrist. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1933; D 21075; James Nelson Gil- 
christ, New York. 2693 

Up pops the devil ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Albert Hackett and Frances 
Goodrich. New York, Los Angeles, 
London, 1933. 117, [1] p. diagr., 
plates. 12mo. ([French's standard 
library edition] ) © Mar. 31, 1933 ; 
2 c. Apr. 20; D 21933; Samuel 
French, New York. 2694 

Utter (The) stranger; a play in 3 
acts, by E. R. Condon. © 1 c. Mar. 
31, 1933; D 21605; Elmore R. Con- 
don, St. Louis. 2695 

Victims of the eighteenth lamentment 
(Amendment) ; a satyrical comedy 
in 4 acts, by J. Skalicky. © 1 c. 
Apr. 1, 1933; D 21902; Jaro Ska- 
licky, Berwyn, 111. 2696 

Victory; a play in a prologue and 7 
episodes, by William C. Isett. © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1933 ; D 21812 ; Gertrude 
J. Isett, Los Angeles. 2697 

Village (The) blacksmith ; Sketch 1, 2, 
a radio continuity, by Sam Perrin 
and Melvin Stanley Cahn. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 3, 1933; D 21630, 21631; 
McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

2698, 2699 

Voie (La) lactee; comedie en 3 actes, 
par Alfred Savoir [pseud, of A. Poz- 
nanski] © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1933; D 
21781; Alfred Poznanski, Paris. 

2700 

Waltz interlude ; a dramatic mono- 
logue, by C. M. Bianchi. © 1 c. Mar. 
10, 1933 ; D 22092 ; Carmelina Maria 
Bianchi, San Francisco. 2701 

Wanderbirds ; or, Once in a blue moon, 
a play in 6 scenes, by H. Stark. © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1933 ; D 21783 ; Harold 
Stark, Aurora, Ind. 2702 

War ain't hell. See Tauteera. 

Way (The) to heaven; a play in 3 
acts with prologue, by C. Williams. 
© 1 c. Apr. 25, 1933 ; D 22023 ; Carl- 
ton Williams, Poplar Grove, 111. 

2703 

Wee (A) diamond ring; a 1-act play, 
by I. R. Jones. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 
1933; D 21861; Irma Rice Jones, 
Schenectady, N.Y. 2704 



Wetter iiber Paris; spiel in 5 auf- 
ziigen [von] Rudolf Graber. Zurich, 
Leipzig und Stuttgart, 1932, 104 p. 
8vo. © Aug. 30, 1932; 1 c. Sept. 
29; D 21970; Rascher u. cie, a. g., 
verlag, Zurich, Switzerland. 2705 

What the hell ; a play in a prologue and 
3 acts, by H. C. Bloomingdale. © 
1 c. Apr. 24, 1933 ; D 22011 ; Hiram 
C. Bloomingdale, New York. 2706 

Wheatenaville ; Scripts nos. 130-159, 
a radio serial, by Raymond Knight. 
© 1 c. each Apr. 26, 1933 ; D 22104- 
22109; Wheatena Corp., Rahway, N. 
J., and Raymond Knight, New 
York. 2707-2712 

When in Rome; a play in 3 acts, by 
C. H. Faber. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1933 ; 
D 22137; Charles Hauck Faber, 
Brooklyn. 2713 

White iris ; a play in 1 act, by R. 
Shannon. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1933; D 
21828; Roberta Shannon, Jersey 
City. 2714 

White (The) rider; Episode 1, a radio 
operette, book and lyrics by Betty 
Laidlaw [pseud, of E. Lively] and 
Bob Lively [i. e. R. D. Lively] Text. 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933 ; D 21753 ; Eliz- 
abeth Lively and R. D. Lively, New 
York. 2715 

Who bids? a pageant for children's 
day or other occasions, book and 
lyrics by Verna Whinery, incidental 
music by Miriam Lois Fisher 
[pseud, of Ira B. Wilson] Dayton, 
New York, Chicago, 1933. 15 p. 
diagr. 8vo. © Mar. 16, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 5; D 28428; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 2716 

Wienerblut; operette in 3 akten, von 
Victor Leon und Leo Stein. Ber- 
liner fassung 1933. Musik von Jo- 
hann Strauss. Textbuch. © 1 c. 
Mar. 25, 1933 ; D 21619 ; Aug. Cranz, 
g. m. b. h., Leipzig. 2717 

Wife's (A) secret; a screen play in 9 
acts, by A. Cassone. © 1 c. Apr. 
12, 1933 ; D 21834 ; Amedeo Cassone, 
Brooklyn. 2718 

Windfall; a play in 3 acts, by R. C. 

Sherriff. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1933; D 

21670; Robert Cedric Sherriff, 

Esher, Surrey, England. 2719 

Wings for thoughts ; a 1-act play, by 
A. E. Bradley. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1933 ; 
D 21652; Adrienne E. Bradley, 
Modesto, Calif. 2720 



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2721 



pt. 1, n. s., v. 6 



Witch's (The) tale; Episodes 82-85, 

87-91, a series of radio sketches, by 

A. D. Cole. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1933; D 

21764 ; Alonzo Deen Cole, New York. 

2721 

Women ; modern sketch, by Sydney 
Wilson Boyd, Theocritus, translated 
and adapted by Francis H. Markoe. 
©lc. Apr. 17, 1933 ; D 21889 ; Be- 
Bo-Mar co., New York. 2722 

World (The) of make believe. See 
Author (The) speaks. 

World's (The) all right; a community 
jubilee — something different. A 
show set to music. (Coach's manu- 
script) by W. T. Stewart. Fair- 
field, la. [1932] Various pagings. 
4to. Text. © Dec. 21, 1932; 2 c. 
and aff. Jan. 9, 1933; AA 111613; 
Universal producing co., Fairfield, 
la. 2723 

World's (The) great passion play; or, 
Six last days life of Jesus Christ, 
by V. Hendry. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1933 ; 
D 21866; Vernon Hendry, Wichita. 
Kan. 2724 

Written on foolscap ; [9 revue 
sketches] by Dion Titheradge. Lon- 
don, New York, 1933. 46 p. 8vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 842] ) 



© Apr. 6, 1933; 1 c. Apr. 20; D 

21952 ; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

2725 

Yeast is best ; a dramatic composition 
in 1 act, by A. Ricciardi. © 1 c. 
Mar. 11, 1933 ; D 21591 ; Attilio Ric- 
ciardi, Claremont, Calif. 2726 

Your friend ; comedy in 3 acts, by 
Townsend Burwell [i. e. J. T. Bur- 
well] © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1933; D 
22085; John Townsend Burwell, 
Millwood, Va. 2727 



Zeitungsnotizen ; ein stiick gegenwart 
von Eleonora Kalkowska. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1933; D 21615; Crescendo 
theaterverlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 

272S 

Zsakbamacska. See Katz im sack. 

$25 an hour ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
G. Unger and L. Georgie, based on 
an idea of Erno Balog's. © 1 c. 
Apr. 26, 1933; D 22114; Gladys 
Unger and Leyla Georgie, New York. 
2729 

1893 ; a musical romance, of the 
world's Columbian exposition, by F. 
Wilson and F. C. Reilly. Text. © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1933 ; D 21976 ; Forrest 
Wilson and Frank C. Reilly, New 
York. 2730 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalogue since 
Jan. 1, 1933 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 1,866 unpublished) 2,093- 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages 124 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 27 unpublished) 46 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages 20 

Total 2,283 



120 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 
1909 [2730 



Fenris, the wolf; a tragedy, by P. 
MacKaye. © Percy MacKaye, Wind- 
sor, Vt, as the author. R 24807, 
Apr. 5, 1933. 1 

Fox (The) hunters; by Aaron S. Hoff- 
man. © Minnia Z. Hoffman, % 
House, Grossman & Vorhaus, New 
York, as the widow of the author. 
R 24823, Dec. 3, 1932, 2 

Maurice O'Mallory ; a romantic drama 
in 4 acts, by C. B. Fernald. © Ches- 
ter Bailey Fernald, London, as the 
author. R 24640, Dec. 29, 1932. 3 

Mrs. Black is back ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by George V. Hobart. © Donald 
Bayne Hobart, Cumberland, Md., as 
the child of the deceased author. R 
24467, Mar. 6, 1933. 4 

Peter's mother; modern comedy in 3 
acts, by Mrs. Henry De La Pasture 
[i. e. Elizabeth Bonham De La Pas- 
ture, now Lady E. L. R. Clifford] 



© Lady Elizabeth Lydia Rosabelle 
Clifford, Holsworthy, Devon, Eng- 
land, as the author. R 24944, Apr. 
12, 1933. 5 

Student (The) king; a comic opera in 
3 acts, by Frederic Ranken. Libret- 
to. © Cora G. Ranken Woodworth, 
New York, as the widow of the au- 
thor. R 24648, Apr. 1, 1933. 6 

Sweetest (The) girl in Dixie ; a com- 
edy drama in 4 acts, by F. Slemons. 
© Freda Slemons, Little Rock, Ark., 
as the author. R 24678, Apr. 1, 
1933. 1 7 

Traveling (The) man; a miracle play, 
by Lady Gregory [i. e. Lady Isabella 
Augusta Persse Gregory] (With her 
White cockade) © Margaret Gough, 
Celbridge, Co. Kildare, I. F. S., and 
Thomas Joseph Kiernan, London, as 
the executors of the author. R 
24322, Mar. 13, 1933. 8 



121 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Aggravatin' (The) b'ar. (A Sports- 
eye- view) Reel. © Apr. 27, 1933; 
2 c. Apr. 27 ; description Apr. 29 ; M 
3U98 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
New York. 2731 

Alimony madness ; screen play and dia- 
logue by John Thomas Neville, di- 
rected by Breezy Eason. 7 reels. 
© Apr. 2, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 3 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 10; L 3786; Mayfair pic- 
tures Corp., New York. 2732 

Allez-oop; explanatory remarks by 
Pete Smith, directed by Jack Cum- 
mings. Reel. © Apr. 10, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 10 ; M 3937 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 2733 

Alma (The) martyr; no. 1508; di- 
rected by Roy Mack. Reel. © Apr. 
27, 1933; 2 c. and description Apr. 
28; M 3997; Vitaphone Corp., New 
York. 2734 

Along came Ruth ; no. 1492-93, story 
by Burnet Hershey and A. Dorian 
Otvos, directed by Joseph Henabery. 
2 reels. © Apr. 4, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 5 ; L 3777 ; Vita- 
phone Corp., New York. 2735 

Artist's muddles; story and dialogue 
by Ernest Pagano, Phil Whitman 
and Ewart Adamson, directed by 
Harry J. Edwards. 2 reels. © Jan. 
29, 1933; 2 c. and description Apr. 
21; L 3818; Educational film ex- 
changes, inc., New York. 2736 

As the crows fly ; story and dialogue by 
Ernest Pagano and Jack Townley, 
directed by Harry J. Edwards. 2 
reels. © Feb. 5, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 20 ; L 3816 ; Educa- 
tional films corp. of America, New 
York. 2737 

Bedtime (A) story; from a novel by 
Roy Horniman, adapted by Benja- 
min Glazer, screen play by Walde- 
mar Young and Nunnally Johnson, 
directed by Norman Taurog. 9 reels. 
© Apr. 21, 1933; 2 e. Apr. 21; de- 
scription Apr. 22; L 3820; Para- 
mount productions, inc., New York. 
2738 



Beginning the sale; by Nelson D. 
Phelps and R. P. Thierbach. Reel. 
© May 9, 1932 ; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1933 ; 
description Apr. 19 ; M 3964 ; North- 
western mutual life insur. co., Mil- 
waukee. 2739 

Below the sea ; screen play by Jo 
Swerling, directed by Albert Rogell. 
8 reels. © Apr. 22, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 
22 ; description Apr. 25 ; L 3830 ; Co- 
lumbia pictures Corp., New York. 

2740 

Betty Boop's birthday party; ani- 
mated by Seymour Kneitel and 
Myron Waldman, directed by Dave 
Fleischer. Reel. © Apr. 21, 1933; 
2 c. Apr. 21 ; description Apr. 22 ; 
M 3979; Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 2741 

Big (The) ditch of Panama. (A Fitz- 
Patrick traveltalk) Reel. © Apr. 
17, 1933 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 
17; M 3935; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
Corp., New York. 2742 

Birds in the Spring. (No. U. A. 8 of 
Silly symphony) Reel. © Mar. 2, 
1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; description Apr. 7 ; 
M 3933; Walt Disney productions, 
ltd,. Hollywood, Calif. 2743 

Bosko in person ; drawn by Rollin 
Hamilton & Bob McKimson. (No. 6 
of Looney tunes) Reel. © Apr. 10, 
1933; 2 c. and description Apr. 11; 
M 3938 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 2744 

Brahmin's (A) daughter; suggested 
by the opera Lakme, adapted and su- 
pervised by Antoine de Vally, di- 
rected by Howard Higgin. 2 reels. 
© Jan. 8, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 28; L 3841; Kendall-de Vally 
operalogue co., ltd., Los Angeles. 

2745 

Breed of the border ; story and con- 
tinuity by Harry O. Jones, directed 
by Robert N. Bradbury. 6 reels. © 
Apr. 25, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 25 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 26 ; L 3831 ; Monogram pic- 
tures Corp., New York. 2746 

Breed (The) strikes. See Clancy of 
the Mounted. 



122 



MOTION" PICTURES 



no. 4, 1933 



2765 



Bunnies and bonnets ; adapted from 
George Herriman's cartoon charac- 
ter, by Ben Harrison and Manny 
Gould, animated by Al Eugster and 
Preston Blair. Reel. © Apr. 1, 
1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 1 ; description Apr. 
14; M 3951; Screen gems, inc., Los 
Angeles. 2747 

Central airport; based on the story 
Hawk's mate by Jack Moffitt, screen 
play by Rian James and James Sey- 
mour, directed by William A. Well- 
man. 8 reels. © Apr. 10, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 11 ; L 3795 ; 
First national pictures, inc., New 
York. 2748 

Christopher Strong ; from the novel by 
Gilbert Frankau, screen play by Zoe 
Akins, directed by Dorothy Arzner. 
9 reels. © Mar. 31, 1933 ; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 11; L 3793; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 

2749 

Circus (The) queen murder; from the 
Liberty magazine story by Anthony 
Abbott, screen play by Jo Swerling, 
directed Roy William Neill. 7 reels. 
© Apr. 3, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 3 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 4 ; L 3773 ; Columbia pic- 
tures Corp., New York. 2750 

Clancy of the Mounted; suggested by 
Robert W. Service's 1 poem, screen 
play by Ella O'Neill, Basil Dickey 
and Harry Hoyt, directed by Ray 
Taylor. 2 reels each. © Universal 
pictures Corp., New York. 2751-2754 
Chapter 9, Fingerprints. © Apr. 6, 
1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 7 ; description Apr. 
8; L 3784. 
Chapter 10, The Breed strikes, © 
Apr. 14, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 17; de- 
scription Apr. 15 ; L 3804. 
Chapter 11, The Crimson jacket. © 
Apr. 19, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 24; de- 
scription Apr. 20; L 3823. 
Chapter 12, Journey's end. © Apr. 
26, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 28; description 
Apr. 27; L 3839. 

Complete denture restoration ; by Dr. 
William S. Heermans. 3 reels. © 
Mar. 11, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 24 ; descrip- 
tion Mar. 23 ; M 3923 ; Dentists' sup- 
ply co. of New York, New York. 

2755 

Complete (A) life insurance estate; 
by Nelson D. Phelps and R. P. Thier- 
bach. Reel. © Nov. 23, 1932; 2 c. 
Mar. 31, 1933; description Apr. 19; 
M 3968; Northwestern mutual life 
insur. co., Milwaukee. 2756 



Completing the sale ; by Nelson D. 
Phelps and R. P. Thierbach. Reel. 
© Aug. 20, 1932 ; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1933 ; 
description Apr. 19 ; M 3966 ; North- 
western mutual life insur. co., Mil- 
waukee. 2757 

Conserving the insurance estate; by 
Nelson D. Phelps- and R. P. Thier- 
bach. Reel. © Sept. 8, 1932; 2 c. 
Mar. 31, 1933; description Apr. 19; 
M 3967; Northwestern mutual life 
insur. co., Milwaukee. 2758 

Crashin' Broadway ; story and adapta- 
tion by Wellyn Totman, directed by 
John P. McCarthy. 6 reels. © Apr. 
18, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 18; description 
Apr. 19 ; L 3813 ; Monogram pictures 
Corp., New York. 2759 

Crimson (The) jacket. See Clancy of 
the Mounted. 

Developing your personality; by Nel- 
son D. Phelps and R. P. Thierbach. 
Reel. © Jan. 7, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 31 ; 
description Apr. 19; M 3969;. North- 
western mutual life insur. co., Mil- 
waukee. 2760 

Down on the levee ; by Frank Moser 
and Paul Terry. (A Paul Terry- 
toon) Reel. © Mar. 5, 1933; 2 c. 
Apr. 6 ; description Apr. 7 ; M 3928 ; 
Educational film exchanges, inc.^ 
New York. 2761 

Druggist's (The) dilemma; story by 
Ben Holmes and Johnnie Grey, adap- 
tation and dialogue by Bobby Clark 
and Mark Sandrich, directed by 
Mark Sandrich. 2 reels. © Apr. 21, 
1933; 2 c. and description Apr. 27; 
L 3837; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 2762 

Dude (The) bandit; story by Jack 
Natteford, directed by George Mel- 
ford. 7 reels. © Apr. 17, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 17 ; description Apr. 18 ; L 3812 ; 
Allied pictures Corp., ltd., Culver 
City, Calif. 2763 

Education canvass ; by Nelson D. 
Phelps and R. P. Thierbach. Reel. 
© Mar. 2, 1932; 2 c. Mar. 31; de- 
scription Apr. 19; M 3962; North- 
western mutual life insur. co., Mil- 
waukee. 2764 

Electrostatics ; by Harvey B. Lemon 
and Hermann I. Schlesinger. Reel. 
© Mar. 17, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 10 ; de- 
scription Apr. 5 ; M 3944 ; University 
of Chicago, Chicago. 2765 

Elmer The Great; based on the play 
by Ring Lardner and George M. 
Cohan, screen play by Tom Ge- 



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2766 



pt. I, n. s., v. 



Elmer The Great — Continued. 

raghty, directed by Mervyn LeRoy. 
8 reels. © Apr. 13, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 13; L 3799; First 
national pictures, inc., New York. 

2766 

End (The) of the world. See Fin 
(La) du monde. 

Energy and its transformations ; by 
Harvey B. Lemon and Hermann I. 
Schlesinger. Reel. © Mar. 23, 
1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 10 ; description Apr. 
5 ; M 3945 ; University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 2767 

Ex-lady; based on a story by Edith 
Fitzgerald and Robert Riskin, screen 
play by David Boehm, directed by 
Robert Florey. 7 reels. © Apr. 
11, 1933 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 
12; L 3796; Warner bros. pictures, 
inc., New York. 2768 

Feeling rosy; story by Ernest Pagano 
and Ewart Adamson, directed by 
Harry J. Edwards. 2 reels. © Feb. 
26, 1933 ; 2 c. ' and description Apr. 
25 ; L 3829 ; Educational films corp. 
of America, New York. 2769 

Fifi; no. 1611-12, based on Mile. 
Modiste, screen adaptation by A. 
Dorian Otvos and Burnet Hershey, 
directed by Roy Mack. 2 reels. © 
Apr. 25, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 26; L 3832; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 2770 

Eighting (The) president; story and 
description Edwin C. Hill, prepared 
for the screen by Allyn Butterfield. 
6 reels. © Apr. 7, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 
12; description Apr. 10; L 3798; 
Universal pictures corp., New York. 
2771 

Fin (La) du monde (The End of the 
world) ; par l'Ecran d'art, vue, en- 
tendue et interpreter d'apres un 
theme de Camille Flammarion, par 
Abel Gance. 8 reels. © Jan. 23, 
1931; 1 c. Apr. 1, 1933; description 
Apr. 4; L 3774; Harold Auten, New 
York. 2772 

Eingerprints. See Clancy of the 
Mounted. 

Flip's lunch room. (A Flip the frog 
cartoon) Reel. © Apr. 3, 1933; 
2 c. and description Apr. 3 ; M 3924 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 2773 

Pool (A) about women; story and 
dialogue by Ernest Pagano, Ewart 
Adamson and Jack Townley, direct- 
ed by Harry J. Edwards. 2 reels. 



© Nov. 27, 1932; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Apr. 26, 1933; L 3833; Educa- 
tional film exchanges, inc., New 
York. 2774 

Freaks of the deep. (Episode no. 5 
of Cannibals of the deep series) 
Reel. © May 29, 1932 ; 2 c. Apr. 6, 
1933; description Apr. 7; M 3930; 
Educational film exchanges, inc., 
New York. 2775 

Going to blazes; Walter Lantz and 
William Nolan cartoon comedy. 
(Oswald cartoon) Reel. © Apr. 6, 
1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; description Apr. 
8 ; M 3942 ; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 2776 

Hansel and Gretel ; by Frank Moser 

and Paul Terry. Reel. © Feb. 5, 

1933; 2 c. and description Apr. 20; 

M 3971 ; Moser & Terry, New York. 

2777 

Hawk's mate. See Central airport. 

Hear 'em and weep ; written and di- 
rected by Joseph Santley. 2 reels. 
© Apr. 17, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 17; de- 
scription Apr. 24 ; L 3822 ; Columbia 
pictures corp., New York. 2778 

Hello, sister ! ; from a play by Dawn 
Powell. 6 reels. © Mar. 23, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 5 ; L 3778 ; 
Fox film corp., New York 2779 

Her resale value; story by Horace 
McCoy, adaptation by John Thomas 
Neville, directed by Breezy Eason. 
7 reels. © Apr. 4, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 
4; description Apr. 10; L 3787; 
Mayfair pictures corp., New York. 
2780 

Hip zip hooray; story by Mauri 
Grashin and Jack Townley, directed 
by Edward Eliscu [and] Ray Mc- 
Carey. 2 reels. © Mar. 31, 1933 ; 2 
c. and description Apr. 17 ; L 3809 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
2781 

Hitch (The) hiker; story by Robert 
Vernon and Dean Ward, directed by 
Arvid E. Gillstrom. 2 reels. © Feb. 
12, 1933; 2 c. and description Apr. 
28; L 3840; Educational films corp. 
of America, New York. 2782 

Hockey (A) hick; from the story by 
Charles W. Poddock, directed by 
James Gleason. 2 reels. © Dec. 11, 
1932 ; 2 c. Apr. 6. 1933 ; description 
Apr. 7 ; L 3785 ; Educational film ex- 
changes, inc., New York. 2783 



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2801 



Hodge-podge ; no. 106, Women of many 
lands. Reel. © Mar. 12, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 1 ; description Apr. 3 ; M 3922 ; 
Lyman H. Howe films co., inc., 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 2784 

Hokus focus ; story by Ben Holmes 
and Johnnie Grey, adaptation and 
dialogue by Bobby Clark and Mark 
Sandrich, directed by Mark Sand- 
rich. 2 reels. © Mar. 3, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 27; L 3838; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
2785 

Hollywood diet; by Frank Moser and 
Paul Terry. Reel. © Dec. 11, 1932 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 24, 1933; 
M 3981 ; Moser & Terry, New York. 

2786 

Hollywood on parade ; no. 9. Reel. 
© Apr. 6, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 7 ; M 3932 ; Paramount 
productions, inc., New York. 2787 

Hollywood run-around; story by 
Charles Lament, Ernest Pagano and 
Ewart Adamson, directed by Charles 
Lamont. 2 reels. © Dec. 18, 1932 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 20, 1933 ; 
L 3815; Christie film co., Los An- 
geles. 2788 

Hot and cold. (A Pooch the pup car- 
toon) Reel. © Apr. 26, 1933; 2 c. 
Apr. 29 ; description . Apr. 27 ; M 
4000; Universal pictures Corp., New 
York. 2789 

Inklings ; no. 1368, by Charles J. Geig- 
erich. Reel. © Apr. 13, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 13 ; M 3948 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 2790 

Jealous (The) lover; by Frank Moser 

and Paul Terry. Reel. © Jan. 8, 

1933 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 21 ; 

M 3978; Moser & Terry, New York. 

2791 

Journey's end. See Clancy of the 
Mounted. 

Jungle bride; story by Leah Baird, 
directed by Harry O. Hoyt and Al- 
bert Kelley. 7 reels. © Apr. 6, 
1933; 2 c. Apr. 6; description Apr. 
7 ; L 3781 ; Monogram pictures corp., 
New York. 2792 

Justice takes a holiday ; story by Wal- 
ter Anthony Merrill, adaptation and 
dialogue by John Thomas Neville, 
directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet. 
7 reels. © Mar. 21, 1933 ; 2 c. and 
Mar. 21 ; description Apr. 6 ; L 3779 ; 
Mayfair pictures corp., New York. 

2793 



Keyhole Katie; story by Ernest Pa- 
gano and Ewart Adamson, directed 
by Charles Lamont. 2 reels. © 
Jan. 15, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 27; L 3836; Christie film co., 
Los Angeles. 2794 

King Kong ; from an idea conceived 
by Edgar Wallace and Merian C. 
Cooper, screen play by James Creel- 
man and Ruth Rose. 11 reels. © 
Feb. 24, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 11; L 3794; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 2795 

Kiss (The) before the mirror; from 
the stage play by Ladislaus Fodor, 
screen play by William i Anthony 
McGuire, directed by James Whale. 
7 reels. © Apr. 3, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 4 ; L 3775 ; Univer- 
sal pictures corp., New York. 2796 

Lady Esmerelda's predicament. See 
Lost in Limehouse or Lady Esmer- 
elda's predicament. 



Lakme. 
ter. 



Brahmin's (A) daugh- 



Little white lies ; no. 1381, story by A. 
Dorian Otvos and Jack Henley, di- 
rected by Glen Lambert. Reel. © 
Apr. 3, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 3 ; L 3770 ; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 2797 

Looking forward ; from the play Ser- 
vice by C. L. Anthony, screen play 
by Bess Meredyth, directed by Clar- 
ence Brown. 9 reels. © Apr. 10, 
1933; 2 c. and description Apr. 10; 
L 3791 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 2798 

Lost in Limehouse or Lady Esmer- 
elda's predicament ; story by Walter 
Weems and Harrington Reynolds, di- 
rected by Otto Brower. 2 reels. © 
Apr. 7, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 17; L 3810; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 2799 

Love's labor won ; by John Foster and 
Mannie Davis. (Aesop's sound fa- 
bles) Reel. © Mar. 10, 1933; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 17 ; M 3957 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
2800 

Lucky dog ; written and directed by 
Zion Myers. 7 reels. © Apr. 7, 
1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 8 ; description Apr. 
10 ; L 3788 ; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 2801 



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pt. 1, n. s., v. 6 



M ; by Nero films, scenario by Thea 
Von Harbou, directed by Fritz Lang. 
9 reels. © May 11, 1931 ; 1 c. Apr. 
14, 1933; description Apr. 15; L 
3800 ; Foremco pictures corp. & Nas- 
sua films, inc., New York. 2802 

Mile. Modiste. See Fifi. 

Magic (The) mummy; by John Foster 
and Geo. Stallings. (Tom and 
Jerry) Reel. © Feb. 3, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 17 ; M 3956 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
2803 

Maids a la mode ; directed by Gus 
Meins. (Hal Roach. Pitts-Todd 
comedy) 2 reels. © Apr. 24, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 24 ; L 3827 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 2804 

Main streets ; no. 1430, edited by Bert 
Frank. Reel. © Apr. 12, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 13 ; M 3947 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 2805 

Man-eating sharks. (Episode no. 4 of 
Cannibals of the deep series) Reel. 
© Apr. 10, 1932 ; 2 c. Apr. 6, 1933 ; 
description Apr. 7; M 3929; Educa- 
tional film exchanges, inc., New 
York. 2806 

Man hunt ; story and screen play by 
Sam Mintz and Leonard Praskins, 
directed by Irving Cummings. 7 
reels. © Mar. 17, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 4 ; L 3772 ; King mo- 
tion pictures, inc., New York. 2807 

Merchant (A) of menace; story by 
Walter Weems and Leslie Goodwin, 
directed by Harry Sweet. 2 reels. 
© Mar. 24, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Apr. 17; L 3808; RKO-radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 2808 

Mickey's mellerdrammer. (No. TJ. A. 
11 of Mickey Mouse) Reel. © Mar. 
1, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; description Apr. 
7 ; M 3935 ; Walt Disney productions, 
ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 2809 

Mickey's pal Pluto. (No. U.A. 10 of 
Mickey Mouse) Reel. © Jan. 17, 
1933; 2 c. Apr. 6; description Apr. 
7 ; M 3934 ; Walt Disney productions, 
ltd, Hollywood, Calif. 2810 

Mickey's race ; story by Jos. Levering, 
directed by J. A. Duffy. 2 reels. © 
Mar. 14, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 17; L 3807; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 2811 



Mister Mugg; story by Jay A. Howe 
and James W. Home, directed by 
James W. Home. 2 reels. © Apr. 
19, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 24; description 
Apr. 20 ; L 3824 ; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 2812 

Moonlight fantasy. Reel. © Apr. 13, 
1933; 2 c. Apr. 14; description Apr. 
15 ; M 3953 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 2813 

Mush and milk ; directed by Robert 
McGowan. (A Hal Roach, Our gang 
comedy ) 2 reels, (p) Apr. 17, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 17 ; L 3806 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 2814 

Mutual (The) man; story by W. Ca- 
rey Duncan and Hal Skelly, direct- 
ed by Hal Skelly and Barney Ro- 
gan. 2 reels. © Mar. 22, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 5 : L 3776 ; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., New York. 

2815 

My pal the prince ; story by Sig Herzig, 
directed by Monte Brice. 2 reels. 
© Apr. 6, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 17 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. S ; L 3805 ; Universal pic- 
tures corp., New York. 2816 

Night of terror ; from the story The 
Public be damned, story by Willard 
Mack, screen play by Beatrice Van 
and William Jacobs, directed by 
Benjamin Stoloff. 7 reels. © Apr. 
17, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 17: description 
Apr. 18 ; L 3811 ; Columbia pictures 
corp., New York. 2817 

One step ahead of my shadow : drawn 
by Isadore Freleng and Max Max- 
well. (No. 6 of Merrie melodies) ReeL 
© Apr. 12, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 13; M 3946: Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 2818 

Opening night. (Aesop's sound fa- 
bles) Reel. © Feb. 10, 1933; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 17 ; M 3959 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
2819 

Our noble ancestors. Reel. © Dec. 4, 
1932; 2 c. and description Apr. 20, 
1933; M 3973; Bray pictures Corp., 
New York. 2820 

Panicky pup; by John Foster and Har- 
ry Boilev. (Aesop's sound fables) 
Reel. © Feb. 24. 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 17; M 3958; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 2821 

Parades of yesterday ; no. 1486, nar- 
rative by Jack Henley, compiled by 
Bert Frank. Reel. © Apr. 24, 1933 - r 



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2855 



2 c. and description Apr. 25; M 
3993 ; Vitaphone Corp., New York. 

2822 

Paramount pictorial ; no. 10. Reel. © 
Apr. 21, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 21 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 22; M 3980; Paramount 
productions, inc., New York. 2823 

Paramount sound news ; no. 61-69. 1 
reel each. © Mar. 4. 8, 11, 15, 18, 
22, 25, 29, Apr. 1, 1933; 2 c. each 
Apr. 25; description each Apr. 24; 
M 3982-3990; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 2824-2832 

Pathe news. 1 reel each. © Pathe 
news, inc., New York. 2833-2840 

No. 63, 64. © Mar. 4, 8, 1933 ; 2 c. 

and description each Apr. 6 ; M 

3925, 3926. 
No. 65, 66. © Mar. 11, 15, 1933 ; 2 c. 

and description each Apr. 13; M 

3949, ayso. 

No. 67, 68. © Mar. 18, 22, 1933; 

2 c. and description each Apr. 20; 

M 3976, 3977. 
No. 69, 70. © Mar. 25, 29, 1933; 

2 c. and description each Apr. 26; 

M 3995, 3996. 

Peanut (The) vendor; animated by 
Seymour Kneitel, directed by Dave 
Fleischer. Reel. © Apr. 27, 1933; 
2 c. Apr. 27 ; description Apr. 29 ; 
M 3999; Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 2841 

Pharmacist (The) ; story by W. C. 
Fields, directed by Arthur Ripley. 
2 reels. © Apr. 21, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 
21; description Apr. 22; L 3821; 
Paramount productions, inc., New 
York. 2842 

Picture of life insurance canvass ; by 
Nelson D. Phelps and R P. Thier- 
bach. Reel. © Feb. 5, 1932; 2 c. 
Mar. 31, 1933; description Apr. 19; 
M 3961 ; Northwestern mutual life 
insur. co., Milwaukee. 2843 

Popular melodies ; animated by Wil- 
lard Bowsky and Myron Waldman, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. Reel. 
© Apr. 6, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 7 ; M 3931 ; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 2844 

Public (The) be damned. See Night 
of terror. 

Retirement canvass ; by Nelson D. 
Phelps and R. P. Thierbach. Reel. 
© Mar. 22, 1932 ; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1933 ; 
description Apr. 19 ; M 3963 ; North- 
western mutual life insur. co., Mil- 
waukee. 2845 



Robin Hood ; by Frank Moser and Paul 
Terry. (A Paul Terry-toon) Reel. 
© Jan. 22, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 6; de- 
scription Apr. 7; M 3927; Educa- 
tional film exchanges, inc., New 
York. 2846 

Screen souvenirs ; no. 10. Reel. © 
Apr. 13, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 14 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 15; M 3952; Paramount 
productions, inc., New York. 2847 

Sea going birds. (No. 6 of Cannibals 
of the deep series) Reel. © July 
3, 1932 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 20, 
1933; M 3975; Mack Sennett, inc., 
Studio City, Calif. 2848 

Service. See Looking forward. 

Shooting big game with a camera. 8 
reels. © Apr. 5, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 8 ; 
description Apr. 10; M 3941; Fred- 
erick Beck Patterson, Dayton, O. 

2849 

Shriek (A) in the night; story by 
Kurt Kempler, screen play by 
Frances Hyland, directed by Albert 
Ray. 8 reels. © Apr. 7, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 7 ; description Apr. 10 ; L 3785 ; 
Allied pictures corp., Culver City, 
Calif. 2850 

Spring is here. See Yours sincerely. 

Strange as it seems; no. 28, by John 

Hix. Reel. © Apr. 14, 1933; 2 c. 

and description Apr. 15 ; L 3803 ; 

Universal pictures corp., New York. 

2851 

Strange (The) case of Poison Ivy; 
story and dialogue by Al Martin, di- 
rected by Lester Neilson. 2 reels. 
© Mar. 27, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Apr. 3 ; L 3771 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., New York. 2852 

Sucker money ; directed by Dorothy 
Reid and Melville Shyer. 8 reels. 
© Mar. 30, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Apr. 1; L 3769; Willis Kent, 
Hollywood, Calif. 2853 

Sweepings ; screen play by Lester 
Cohen from his novel of the same 
name, directed by John Cromwell. 9 
reels. © Apr. 10, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 11 ; L 3792 ; RKO-ra- 
dio pictures, inc., New York. 2854 

Sweet cookie; directed by George 
Marshall. 2 reels. © Apr. 13, 1933 ; 
2 c. Apr. 14; description Apr. 15; 
L 3802 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
New York. . 2855 



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Tale (The) of a shirt; by Frank Moser 
and Paul Terry. Reel. © Feb. 19, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 20 ; 
M 3972; Moser & Terry, New York. 

2856 

Taming the wildcat; narrated by Ern- 
est Pagano. Reel. © Jan. 15, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 20 ; M 3970 ; 
Pat Dowling, Hollywood, Calif. 

2857 

Tampico. See Woman (The) I stole. 

Terror aboard ; from a story by Rob- 
ert Presnell, screen play by Harvey 
Thew and Manuel Seff, directed by 
Paul Sloane. 7 reels. © Apr. 13, 
1933; 2 c. Apr. 14; description Apr. 
15 ; L 3S01 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 2858 

Throttle pushers ; explanatory re- 
marks by Pete Smith, directed by 
Jules White. (A Sports champion 
picture) Reel. © Apr. 25, 1933; 
2 c. and description Apr. 25; M 
3994 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 
New York. 2859 

Torchy l'olls his own ; from the Torchy 
stories by Sewell Ford, continuity 
and dialogue by George Jeske, di- 
rected by C. C. Burr, 2 reels. © 
Nov. 20, 1932; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 25, 1933; L 3828; Burr com- 
edies, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 2860 

Torchy stories. See Torchy rolls his 

own. 
Torchy's kitty coup ; directed by C. C. 

Burr. 2 reels. © Jan. 22, 1933; 

2 c. and description Apr. 24 ; L 3826 ; 

Burr comedies, inc., Hollywood, 

Calif. 2861 

Trick for trick ; screen play by How- 
ard J. Green ; directed by Hamilton 
MacFadden. 7 reels. © Mar. 27, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 10 ; 
L 3790; Fox film corp., New York. 
2862 

Under the Tonto Rim ; from the origi- 
nal story by Zane Grey, screen play 
by Jack Cunningham and Gerald 
Geraghty. directed by Henry Hatha- 
way. 7 reels. © Apr. 6, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 6 ; description Apr .7 ; L 3782 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., New 
York. 2863 

Universal newspaper newsreel. 1 reel 
each. © Universal film exchanges, 
inc., New York. 2864-2867 

No. 122, 123. © Feb. 24, 28, 1933; 

2 c. each Apr. 11 ; description each 

Apr. 6; M 3939, 3940. 



No. 124, 125. © Mar. 3, 7, 1933: 
2 c. each Apr. 25 ; description each. 
Apr. 20; M 3991, 3992. 

Unknown valley ; story by Donald W, 
Lee, screen play by and directed by 
Lambert Hillyer. 7 reels. © Apr. 
10, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 10: description 
Apr. 12 ; L 3797 ; Columbia pictures- 
corp., New York. 2868 

Untamed Africa ; dialogue by De Leon. 
Anthony. 6 reels. © Apr. 17, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 17 ; M 3954 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 2*69 

Utilizing objections ; by Nelson D_ 
Phelps and R. P. Thierbach. Reel. 
© June 7, 1932 ; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1933 ; 
description Apr. 19; M 3965; North- 
western mutual life insur. co., Mil- 
waukee. 2870 

Vest (The) with a tale; story by Tom 
Howard, dialogue staged by Max E. 
Hayes, directed by Aubrey Scotto. 
2 reels. © Dec. 4, 1932; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 20, 1933; L 3817; 
Educational film exchanges, inc.,. 
New York. 2871 

Voodoo ; Narrated by Frederick. 
Shields, film editor Carl Himm. 4 
reels. © Mar. 31, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 1 ; M 3921 ; Principal 
distributing corp., New York. 2872 

Walpurgis night ; a musical fantasy 
arranged and supervised by Antoine 
de Vally, directed by Howard Hig- 
gin. 2 reels. © Oct. 30, 1932; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 26, 1933; L- 
3834; Kendall-de Vally operalogue 
co., ltd., Los Angeles. 2873- 

Way (The) of all freshmen; no. 1513- 
14. story by Jack Henley and Cliff 
Hess, directed by Joseph Henabery. 
2 reels. © Apr. 18, 1933 ; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 19; L 3814; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 2874 

Wild company. Reel. © Jan. 1. 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 20; M 
3974 ; Bray pictures corp., New 
York. 2875- 

Woman (The) I stole; from the novel. 
Tampico by Joseph Hergesheimer, 
screen play by Jo Swerling, directed 
by Irving Cummings. 7 reels. © 
Apr. 26, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 27; L 3835; Columbia pictures- 
corp., New York. 2876- 

Women of many lands. See Hodge- 
podge. 



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2882 



Woodland pals. (A Bray naturgraph) 
Reel. © Jan. 29, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; 
description Apr. 7; M 3936; Bray 
pictures corp., New York. 2877 

Working (The) man; based on a story 
by Edgar Franklin, screen play by 
Charles Kenyon and Maude T. How- 
ell, directed by John G. Adolfi. 8 
reels. © Apr. 24, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 24; L 3825; War- 
ner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 
287S 

Young and healthy ; drawings by 
Rollin Hamilton and Larry Martin. 
(No. 7 of Merrie melodies) Reel. 
© Apr. 19, 1933 ; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Apr. 19; M 3960; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 2879 



Your technocracy and mine; story by 
Robert Benchley. Reel. © Apr. 6, 
1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 10 ; description Apr. 
8 ; L 3789 ; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 2880 

Yours sincerely; no. 1499-1500, based 
on Spring is here, directed by Roy 
Mack. 2 reels. © Apr. 5, 1983; 
2 c. and description Apr. 6 ; L 3780 ; 
Vitaphone corp-, New York. 2881 

Zoo in Budapest ; story by Melville 
Baker and Jack Kirkland, screen 
play by Dan Totheroh, Louise Long 
and Rowland V. Lee, directed by 
Rowland V. Lee. 9 reels. © Apr. 
8, 1933; 2 c. and description Apr. 
21; L 3819; Fox film corp., New 
York. 2882 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalogue since Jan. 
1, 1933 : 

Motion-picture photoplays 322 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 277 

Total 599 



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1933 

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UNITED STATES 

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CLASS D 
DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Achtung! a play in 3 acts, by Leslie 
Reade. © 1 c. May 15, 1933; D 
22462; Leslie Isaac Reade, New 
York. 2883 

Actor's (The) daughter; no. 1, a series 
of radio sketches, by J. C. Nugent. 
© 1 c. Apr. 27, 1933 ; D 22491 ; John 
Charles Nugent, New York. 2884 

Admiral's (The) daughter; See Jolly 
Roger. 

Adventures (The) of Lizzie; Episodes 
1-13, a radio comedy, by J. Emer- 
son. © 1 c. May 23, 1933 ; D 22572; 
Jack Emerson, New York. 2885 

Advice to newly-weds. See Cigarette 
(The) problem. 

Affaire (L') Brock; piece en 4 acts, 
par A. Mortier and H. Christine. 
© 1 c. Apr. 26, 1933; D 22211; Al- 
fred Mortier and Henri Christine, 
Paris. 2886 

Air minded; a play in 3 acts, by S. 
G. Gross. © 1 c. May 9, 1933; D 
22390 ; Stephen G. Gross, New York. 

2887 

Alabaster box; Episode 2. Cleopatra, 
a radio series, by W. F. Folmer. © 
1 c. May 1, 1933; D 22225; Walter 
F. Folmer, Rochester, N. Y. 2888 

Ali Baba and the forty thieves. See 
Arabian (The) nights. 

Alumni day; a play in 3 acts, by E. 
Kazan. © 1 c. May 5, 1933; D 
22321 ; Elia Kazan, New York. 2889 

Amazing (The) interlude; a comedy 
in 4 acts, by E. E. Rose, drama- 
tized from Mary Roberts Rinehart's 
novel. © 1 c. May 8, 1933 ; D 22355 ; 
Edward Everly Rose, Fremont, Wis. 
2890 

America carries on ; a radio sketch, by 
Herbert S. Futran. The new deal 
of '33. © 1 c. May 9, 1933; D 
22609; Nelson brothers, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2891 

Program 6. Rich man's 

panic of 1903. © 1 c. May 9, 1933 ; 



D 22610; Nelson brothers, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2892 

Program 7. Panic of 1907- 

© 1 c. May 9, 1933 ; D 22608 ; Nelson 
brothers, inc., Chicago. 2893 

— Program 10. Happy days 

of '29. © 1 c. May 9, 1933; D 
22611; Nelson brothers, inc., Chi- 



cago. 



2894 



The world war and panic of 

1920. © 1 c. May 9, 1933 ; D 22607 ; 
Nelson brothers, inc., Chicago. 

2895 

American (The) eagle; or, Uncle- 
Sam's world court, a play in 4 acts r 
by A. E. Kaunzner. Act 1. (Series 
no. 1) © 1 c. May 3, 1933; D 
22278; Anna Emiline Kaunzner r 
Beaver Dam, Wis. 2896 

Among ourselves. See Life in death. 

And the doctors said; a comedy in 
1 act, by Ellen M. Gall. Cincinnati, 
O., San Francisco, Calif., 1933. 22 
p. 12mo. © May 20, 1933 ; 2 c. May 
26; D 22624; Banner play bureau, 
inc., San Francisco. 2897 

Animal (The) man. See Modern 
(The) Baron Munchausen. 

Arabella ; [lyrische komodie in 3 auf- 
ziigen, text von Hugo von Hofmann- 
sthal, musik] von Richard Strauss. 
[Klavier-auszug mit text von Felix 
Wolfes.] Aufzug 2. Berlin, Adolph 
Fiirstner, 1933. p. 135-252. fol. © 
Mar. 8, 1933 ; 1 c. May 20 ; D 28448 ; 
Richard Strauss, Garmisch, Bavaria. 
2898 

Arabian (The) nights; or, The thou- 
sand and one nights, Ali Baba and 
the forty thieves, a radio dramati- 
zation, by L. Dubman and B. Hall. 
© 1 c. May 15, 1933 ; D 2245S ; Lis- 
beth Dubman and Benn Hall, New 
York. 2S99 

Are men brutes ; drama in 4 acts, by 
L. Rimmer. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1933; 
D 22265; Lotti Rimmer, Toronto, 
Canada. 2900 



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2901 



pt. I, n. s., v. 6 



As it was and as it is; an industrial 
fantasy for radio in 8 acts, by J. 
Zdarsky. © 1 c. May 10, 1933; D 
22597; Joseph Zdarsky, Buffalo. 

2901 

As the poets say; by Percy Gillespie. 
© 1 c. May S, 1933 ; D 22434 ; Percy 
Randolph Gillespie, Washington. 

2902 

Asfodelo; leggenda musicale in un 
prologo e 2 atti [di Laura Okely 
Romiti, musica di] Dorotea Beloch. 
Bologna, Uniberto Pizzi-editore 
[1932] 2 p. 1., 3-113 p. fol. [Vo- 
cal score] © Dec. 15, 1932; 1 c. 
May 4. 1933 ; D 2S458 ; Dorotea Be- 
loch, Rome. 2903 

Assassination; a play in 10 scenes, by 
A. Sieberman. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1933 ; 
D 22198; Adelaide Sieberman, May- 
wood, 111. 2904 

Audition (The) mouvementee; sketch 
de Vincent Telly. Paris, 1933. 
cover-title, 9 p. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1932; 1 c. Apr. 12, 1933; D 22186; 
Editions Salabert, Paris. 2905 

Aunt Minnie and Petty; Episodes 1- 
13, a series of radio sketches, by 
Helene Handin. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 
1933; D 22150; Helene Shepard 
Handin, Los Angeles. 2906 

Awake ! 'tis May ; a flower and fairy 
operetta in 3 acts for grade schools. 
Unison. Book, lyrics, and music, by 
Ruth E. Day, Cincinnati, O. [1933] 
30 p. 4to. © Mar. 7, 1933 ; 2 c. May 
10 ; D 28439 : Willis music co., Cin- 
cinnati. 2907 

Awakening ; a comedy-drama in 3 acts, 
by R. M. Mackay. © 1 c. May 11, 
1933; D 22412; Robert Mears Mac- 
kay, Paris. 2908 

Azor ; operette en 3 actes, de Raoul 
Praxy, couplets de Max Eddy, niusi- 
que de Gabaroche, airs additionnels 
de Pearly Chagnon. Mise-en-scene 
de Geroge. Paris, 1933. 1 p. 1., 132 
p. 4to. Livret. © Mar. 1, 1933; 
1 c. Apr. 12 ; D 22185 ; Editions Sala- 
'bert, Paris. 2909 

B. A. M. (The bronze age man) ; a 
play in 3 acts, by H. E. Humphrey 
and M. F. Bartling. © 1 c. Mav 4. 
1933: D 22313: Harry Ervin Hum- 
phrey, Flushing, N. Y., and Marie 
Falls Bartling, Onset, Mass. 2910 

Babes in Hollywood : a musical play 
in 2 acts, by H. Fields and E. R. 



Goetz. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1933 ; 

D 22259; Herbert Fields, Chappaqua, 

N. Y., and E. Ray Goetz, New York. 

2911 

Ball im Savoy ; operette in 3 akten und 
einem vorspiel (7 bilder) von Alfred 
Griinwald und Fritz Lohner-Beda, 
musik von Paul Abraham. Berlin, 
Alrobi musikverlag, 1933. 2 v. 
[Text] 8vo. [Vocal score] fol. 
© Feb. 15, 1933; Music 1 e. Apr. 
26; Text, 1 c. Mar. 10; D 28434; 
Alexander Marton, Budapest. 2912 

■ Regie- und soufliierbuch. 

Berlin, Alrobi musikverlag, 1933. 
135 p. illus., diagrs. 8vo. Text. 
© Feb. 15, 1933; 1 c. May 3; D 
22285 : Alexander Marton, Budapest, 
and Doremi musikverlag, a. g., Basel, 
Switzerland. 2913 

Ballerina ; a play in 2 acts, by J. M. 
Anderson, E. Smith and T. Paanak- 
ker, from the novel by Lady E. 
Smith. Lyrics by Dion Titheradge, 
music by Henry Sullivan, based upon 
the original compositions of Tschai- 
kowsky. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1933 ; D 22368 ; Lady Eleanor Smith, 
London. John Murray Anderson, 
New York, and Tony Paanakker, 
Paris. 2914 

Bandito (II) di val di Demona. See 
Pasquale Bruno. 

Banker (A) sells his wares to a wary 
prospect; a humorous dialogue, pre- 
pared by Louis F. Lament and Wal- 
lace Moir. Los Angeles, Calif.. 1933. 
cover-title, 2 p. 1., 13 numb. 1., 1 1. 
4to. © Apr. 8, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 : 
D 22430 : Louis F. Lamont and Wal- 
lace Moir, Los Angeles. 2915 

Barber (The) shop chord: Episode 1. 
a sketch, by E. E. Codv and < \ M. 
Hamill. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933: D 
22365; Edward E. Codv and Chal- 
mers M. Hamill, New York. 2916 

Barricade ; a play in 4 acts, by R. 
Hoyt. © 1 c. May 3, 1933 ; D 2227.1 ; 
Ray Hoyt, Columbus. O. 2'.t17 

Beacon lights of literature; bk. 2. liy 
Rudolph W. Chamberlain. Syracuse. 
N. Y.. New York [etc.. 19331 xviit, 
973 p. incl. front., illus. Svo. Dra- 
matic contents. — The merchant of 
Venice, by William Shakespeare. © 
Apr. 1. 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 7 : aft'. Apr. 4 : 
A 61252 ; Iroquois pub. co., inc., 
Syracuse, N. Y . 2917* 



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no. 5, 1933 



2933 



Beau monde ; or, The fashionable 
world, a play in 3 acts, by M. A. 
Maloney. © 1 c. May 23, 1933 ; D 
22573 ; Mary Agnes Maloney, Sche- 
nectady, N. Y. 2918 

Bed time ; a skit, by B. H. Eisner. © 
1 c. May 20, 1933 ; D 22538 ; Beatriz 
H. Eisner, Chicago. 2919 

Beggars in hell; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by G. Cudden and P. Turnbull. © 

1 c. May 11, 1933 ; D 22416 ; George 
Cudden and Patrick Turnbull, Lon- 
don. 2920 

Behind that curtain. See Five star 
theatre. 

Benedict Arnold. See Great moments 
in history. 

Best (The) of Byron; edited with an 
introduction and notes by Richard 
Ashley Rice. New York, 1933. viii, 
585 p. front, (map) 12mo. Dra- 
matic contents. — Manfred. — Cain. 
© Apr. 7, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 11; aff. 
Apr. 12; A 62002; Thomas Nelson 
& sons, New York. 2920* 

Best (The) plays of 1909-1919 and 
the Year book of the drama in Amer- 
ica ; edited by Burns Mantle and 
Garrison P. Sherwood, with illus- 
trations. New York, 1933. x p., 

2 1., 702 p. front., plates. 8vo. 
Dramatic contents. — The easiest 
way, by Eugene Walter (1909-10). — 
Mrs. Bumpstead-Leigh, by Harry 
James Smith (1910-11).— Disraeli, 
by Louis Napoleon Parker (1911- 
12). — Romance, by Edward Sheldon 
(1912-13).— Seven keys to Baldpate, 
by George M. Cohan (1913-14).— 
On trial, by Elmer Rice (1914-15).— 
The unchastened woman, by Louis 
Kaufman Anspacher (1915-16). — 
Good gracious Annabelle, by Clare 
Kummer (1916-17). — Why marry? 
by Jesse Lynch Williams (1917- 
18). — John Ferguson, by St. John 
Ervine (1918-19) © Apr. 7, 1933; 
2 c. and aff. Apr. 12; A 60990; 
Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New York. 

2920** 
Best (The) way out. See Money mad. 

Betrayed ; portraying love's supreme 
sacrifice — a Biblical pageant in 3 
acts, by C. N. Lum. © 1 c. May 5, 
1933; D 22319; Charles Nicholas 
Lum, Marion, O. 2921 

Better late; a play in 3 acts, by B. 
Dougall and S. Wronker. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; D 22264; Bernard 



Dougall, Mamaroneck, N. Y., and 
Stanley Wronker, New York. 2922 

Bezauberndes fraulein! 4 bilder mit 
musik, nach einem alten lustspiel 
neu erzahlt von Ralph Benatzky. 
Musik von Ralph Benatzky. Regie- 
und soufflierbuch. Text. © 1 c. 
May 3, 1933 ; D 22271 ; Drei masken 
musik, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 2923 

Blocks ; by Molly Thacher. Pough- 
keepsie, N. Y., 1933. 2 p. 1., 2-17 
numb. 1. 4to. (Vassar Experimen- 
tal theatre plays) © Apr. 1, 1933; 
2 c. Apr. 13; D 22401; Experimen- 
tal theatre of Vassar college, Pough- 
keepsie, N. Y. 2924 

Bohoololand ; a miniature musical com- 
edy in 2 scenes, by L. M. Beattie. 
Text. © 1 c. May 8, 1933 ; D 22353 ; 
Lillian M. Beattie, Cincinnati. 

2925 

Bonheur (Le) ; piece en 3 actes et 4 
tableaux, par H. Bernstein. © 1 c. 
Apr. 26, 1933; D 22207; Henry 
Bernstein, Paris. 2926 

Bouquet (A) for the bride; a comedy 
in 1 act, by Ann Koster. Cincin- 
nati, O., San Francisco, Calif., 1933. 
23 p. 12mo. © May 20, 1933 ; 2 c. 
May 26 ; D 22623 ; Banner play bu- 
reau, inc., San Francisco. 2927 

Boutonniere ; a play in 3 acts, by Ruth 
Armstrong Danner. © 1 c. May 25, 
1933 ; D 22599 ; Paul Rutledge Dan- 
ner, Madison, N. J. 2928 

Bramble paths ; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. S. Smith. © 1 c. May 24, 1933 ; 
D 22577; Warren S. Smith, Allen- 
town, Pa. 2929 

Bright weeds ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
F. Bosworth and Christian Hewitt. 
© 1 c. May 11, 1933 ; D 22560 ; Chris- 
tian B. Hewitt and Francis Bos- 
worth, New York. 2930 

Brontes (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. Sangster. © 1 c. May 3, 1933 ; D 
22283 ; Alfred Sangster, London. 

2931 

Bronx cheers ; a play in 3 acts, by R. 

Golden. © 1 c. May 1, 1933; D 

22220; Raymond Golden, Brooklyn. 

2932 

Brownstone ; a play in 3 acts, by B. 
Inge and Barnett Warren. © 1 c. 
Apr. 13, 1933; D 22200; Benson 
Inge, New York. 2933 



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2934 



pt. i, n. s., v. 



Budgetts (The) ; Episodes 1-13, a se- 
ries of sketches, by K. G. Morton. 
© 1 c. May 4, 1933 ; D 22373 ; Kath- 
erine Garvey Morton, Cleveland. 

2934 

Burglar wanted; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. H. Neebe, adapted from the Ger- 
man by Karl Schueler. © 1 c. May 
1. 1933 ; D 22214 ; Joseph" H. Neebe, 
Detroit. 2935 

Buried treasure; a play in 1 act, by 
Lura Woodside Watkins. Boston 
[1933] 27 p. 12mo. © Apr. 6, 
1933 ; 2 c. May 1 ; D 22164 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 2936 

Burro (The) See Dan and Ezra Per- 
kins, Flaggspoint, Maine, The gen- 
eral store and post office. 

Cabaret (The) singer; a play in 19 
scenes, by F. Vives. © 1 c. May 
24, 1933; D 22585; Florence Vives, 
Hollywood, Calif. 2937 



Cain. 



Best of Byron. 



Call it treason ; a play in 3 acts, by 

H. Cullen. © 1 c. May 25, 1933; 

D 22601; Hazel Cullen, Milwaukee. 

2938 

Case (The) of Marion Winter; a play 
in 3 acts, by A. Rosley. © 1 c. May 
17, 1933; D 22497; Adrian Rosley, 
New York. 2939 

Cementum ; in 2 acts with prologue 
and epilogue, by M. Englander. © 
1 c. May 15, 1933 ; D 22467 ; Marce- 
lite Englander, Chicago. [Copyright 
is claimed on changes] 2940 

Centennial pageant of Ionia ; bv I. T. 
Post. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1933; D 
22332; Irene Taylor Post, Ionia, 
Mich. 2941 

Century (A) of nonsense; a pageant, 
by Alfred R. Hodge. © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1933; D 22222; Riverview park 
co., Chicago. 2942 

C'est pas son pere ; comedie en 3 actes 
[par] Paul Tulmat [pseud, of P. 
Malot] Lyon, Soci6te anonyme de 
l'imprimerie A. Rey, 1933. 146 p. 
12mo. © Mar. 27, 1933; 1 c. May 
10; D 22482; Paul Malot, Lyons, 
France. 2943 

Character (A) intrudes; a fantastic 
comedy in 3 acts, by Charles Cos- 
tello, edited by Lee Owen Snook. 
Claude Merton Wise : general series 
editor. Evanston, 111., New York 
city [1932] 2 p. 1., 3-129 p. front. 
Svo. ([The Gateway series of 



tested plays]) © Sept. 7, 1932; 
2 e. May 1, 1933; D 22254; Row, 
Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 

2944 

Charlie Chan. See Five star theatre. 

Chateau celeste ; a mystery melodrama 
in 3 acts, by V. Dodd and S. J. Park. 
© 1 c. Apr. 29, 1933 ; D 22159 ; Viola 
Dodd, Samuel John Park, and Roy 
Walling, New York. 2945 

Chiel (The) ; a farcical comedy in 3 
acts, a prologue and an epilogue, by 
Neil Bell [pseud, of S. Southwold] 
© 1 c. May 10, 1933; D 22397; 
Stephen Southwold, Beltinge, Heme 
Bay, Kent, England. 2946 

Child (A) for sale; story, dialogue, 
continuity, by Milton Krims. © 1 c. 
May 5, 1933; D 22314; Abraham 
Leff, New York. 2947 

Chimera ; a drama in 3 acts, by M. 

Carroll. © 1 c. May 23, 1933; D 

22571; Michael Carroll, New York. 

2948 

Christ and Caesar ; a drama of po- 
litical and spiritual combat in the 
days of ancient Rome in 5 acts 
(staged on paper) by Henry Bren- 
ner. St. Meinrad, Ind., The Raven 
[1932] 134 p. 12mo. Contains mu- 
sic. © Dec. 16, 1932 ; 2 c. Dec. 19 ; 
aff. Mar. 27, 1933 ; AA 120659 ; Henry 
Brenner, St. Meinrad, Ind. 2949 

Cigarette (The) problem; a radio 
sketch, by S. W. Boyd. (Advice to 
newly-weds) © 1 c. May 9, 1933; 
D 22387 ; Sydney Wilson Boyd, New 
York. 2950 

Circus (The) train that got stuck, 
Willie and the professor, and The 
runaway dogs ; 3 plays for children, 
by Barbara Rosenthal. Poughkeep- 
sie, N. Y., 1933. 2 p. 1., 2-21 numb. 1. 
4to. (Vassar Experimental theatre 
plays) © Apr. 15. 1933; 2 c. May 
12; D 22410; Experimental theatre 
of Vassar college, Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. 2951 

Claustra ; a play in 3 acts, by S. Sorkin. 
© 1 c. May 19, 1933; D 22568; 
Samuel Sorkin. New York. 2952 

Cleopatra. See Alabaster box. 

Cleo's girdle ; a play in 4 acts, by Will 
Pickersgill. © 1 c. May 22, 1933 ; D 
22554; William Pickersgill, Regina, 
Saskatchewan. Canada. 2953 

Coincidence ; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by L. Schoen. © 1 c. May 1, 
1933; D 22218; Lester Schoen, New 
York. 2954 



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no. 5, 1933 



2974 



Comforter (The) ; a Gospel message 
dramatized in 1 act, by Evangelist 
Dr. Martha J. Keys Marshall. 
[Louisville, Ky., 1933] 12 p. 24mo. 
© Apr. 12, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 17; D 
22176; Martha J. Keys Marshall, 
Louisville. 2955 

Condannato (II) no. 909. See 
Sposalizio fatale. 

Condemned to freeze; a drama in 3 
acts and prologue, by C. King. © 
1 c. May 8, 1933 ; D 22357 ; Charles 
King, Los Angeles. 2956 

Confederate (A) major and two presi- 
dents ; a play in 1 act, by R. A. Bate. 
© 1 c. May 10, 1933 ; D 22627 ; Rich- 
ard Alexander Bate, Louisville. 

2957 

Contemporary drama : European plays ; 
[v.] Ill, selected by E. Bradlee Wat- 
son and Benfield Pressey. New 
York, Chicago [etc., 1933] xi p., 1 1., 
553 p. 16mo. Contents. — The sea- 
gull, by Anton P. Chekhov, tr. by 
Marian Fell. — The dream play, by 
August Strindberg, tr. by Edwin 
Bjoorkman. — Nights' lodging ; or, 
The lower depths, by Maxim Gorki, 
tr. by Edwin Hopkins. — Francesea 
da Rimini, by Gabriele d'Annunzio, 
tr. by Arthur Symons. — The passion 
flower, by Jacinto Benavente, tr. by 
John Garrett Underbill. © Mar. 7, 
1933; 2 c. Mar. 9; aff. Mar. 16; A 
59972 ; Charles Scribner's sons, New 
York. 2957* 

Continental (The) congress and inde- 
pendence. See Great moments in 
history. 

Crime (The) ; a short comedy sketch, 
by Mabel Constanduros. London, 
The Cavendish music co., 1933. L3] 
p. fol. ( [Cavendish concert party 
series] ) © Mar. 14. 1933 ; 1 c. Mar. 
24 ; D 22290 ; Boosey & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 2958 

Crooked (The) road; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. M. Berry . © 1 c. May 3, 1933 ; 
D 22279; Ruby Marian Berry, Los 
Angeles. 2959 

Crutches; a play, by R. Pauley. © 
1 c. May 1, 1933; D 22216; Roy 
Pauley, Schenectady, N. Y. 2960 

Cupid comes to the tavern ; in 3 acts, 
by Park Massey [i.e. J. W. P. Mas- 
sey] © 1 c. May 12, 1933 ; D 22425 ; 
J. W. P. Massey, Dallas. 2961 

Dan and Ezra Perkins. Flaggspoint 
Maine. The general store and post 



office ; a series of sketches, by G. M. 
Gray. © 1 c. May 11, 1933; D 
22417; Guy M. Gray, Greenfield, 
2962 



The burro. © 1 c. May 31, 

1933 ; D 22669 ; Guy M. Gray, Green- 
field, Mass. 2963 

Dance with no music ; a play in 4 acts, 
by Rodney Ackland. London, H. F. 
W. Deane & sons The Year book 
press ltd. ; Boston, Mass., The Baker 
international play bureau [1933] 3 
p. 1., [5]— 82 p. 8vo. (The Year 
book press series of plays) © May 
3, 1933; 1 c. May 13; D 22518; 
Rodney Ackland, London. 2964 

Dancing (The) slippers; a fantasy in 
3 acts, by H. O. Grover. © 1 c. Apr. 
29, 1933; D 22148; Harriet Osborn 
Grover, Cleveland Heights, O. 2965 

Daniel Boone. See Good scout radio 
program. 

Darktown (The) strutters ; a radio 
program, by L. H. Epstein. © 1 c. 
May 29, 1933; D 22655; Louis E. 
Westheimer, St. Louis. 2966 

Dawn; a historical pageant; by Julia 
R. Davis. © 1 c. May 13, 1933 ; D 
22441 ; Julia Davis, St. Louis. 2967 

Dawn (The) of hope; a play in 2 acts, 
by J. P. Horton. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 
1933 ; D 22612 ; J. Pat Horton, Plain- 
view, Tex. 2968 

Death (The) of Tarelkin ; a comedy- 
farce in 3 acts, by S. Bertensson. © 
1 c. May 12, 1933; D 22480; Serge 
Bertensson, Hollywood, Calif. 2969 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Apr. 27, 1933. Jackass Joe and the 
cash box. © 1 c. May 9, 1933 ; D 
22384 ; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 2970 

= May 4, 1933. Kill or cure. 

© 1 c. May 9, 1933 ; D 22385 ; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 2971 

May 11, 1933. Pig-headed. 

© 1 c. May 22, 1933 ; D 22551 ; Pa- 
cific coast borax co., New York. 

2972 

May 18, 1933. Preston & 

Pratt— partners. © 1 c. May 22, 
1933; D 22552; Pacific coast borax 
co., New York. 2973 

Debunking fake spirits ; by Lawrence 
B. Whit. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1933 ; D 
22524 ; Lawrence B. Whit organiza- 
tion, inc., New York. 2974 



183052—33- 



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2975 



pt. i, n. s.. v. 6 



Decameron (The) in modern dress 
with the modern Boccaccio of the 
twentieth century. See Modern 
(The) Decameron. 

Deep forest; a play in 5 scenes, by 

L. M. Taylor. © 1 c. May 9, 1933 ; 

D 22525 ; Leila M. Taylor, New York. 

2975 

Defense (The) of Peter Zenger. See 
Great moments in history. 

Destiny ; a play, by L. R. Lasses White 
[i. e. L. White] © 1 c. May 25, 
1933 ; D 22615 ; Le Roy White, Dal- 
las. 2970 

Deutsches ,(Ein) schicksal. See 
Grenze. 

Diane ; a comedy in 3 acts, by J. L. 
Garner. © 1 c. May 15, 1933; D 
22459; John Leslie Garner, Milwau- 
kee. 2977 



Diluvio (II) 
di bene. 



Piccola bugia a fin 



Dimanche; comedie en 1 acte [par] 
Claude Roger-Mars. (In La Petite 
illustration, no. 615) © Feb. 25, 
1933 ; 1 c. Apr. 19 ; D 221S1 ; Claude 
Roger-Marx, Paris. 2978 

Discards ; a play, bv Lasses White 
[i. e. L. White] © 1 c. May 25, 
1933; D 22616; Le Roy White, 
Dallas. 2979 

Divine (The) Sarah; a play with a 
prologue and 12 scenes, by I. Bach- 
rach. © 1 c. May 27, 1933 ; D 22642 ; 
Irma Bachrach, Paris. 2980 

Dr. Dick prescribes; a farce comedy 
in 1 act, by M. W. Bent. © 1 c. 
May 31, 1933; D 22670; Margaret 
Wright Bent, Westminster, Vt. 2981 

Doctor's (A) holiday; a play in 2 

acts, by J. Alkon and E. Rosen. © 

1 c. May 12, 1933 ; D 22626 ; Edward 

Rosen and Joshua Alkon, New York. 

2982 

Domestic glamour girl ; a comedy in 

3 acts, by S. Phillips. © 1 c. Mar 
23, 1933; D 22567; Stanley Phillips, 
Colorado Springs, Col. 2983 

Don Rafael ; or, Long live the King, a 
tragedy in 5 acts, by Robertson 
Struan, pseud, of John Robertson. 
Rev. by G. R. Fleming. © 1 c. May 
22, 1933; D 22553; Gay Robertson 
Fleming, Blue Ridge Summit. Pa. 

2984 

Dorothy Wordsworth ; a symphony in 

4 moods, by Seti-Devi [pseud, of M. 



Alexander] © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1933; 
D 22157; Mathilde Alexander, New 
York. 2985 

Down in Egypt's land; by Charlotte 
Kohler. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1933. 
2 p. 1., 2-14 numb. 1. 4to. (Vassar 
Experimental theatre plays) © 
Apr. 15, 1933; 2 c. May 12; D 
22409 ; Experimental theatre of Vas- 
sar college, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

2986 

Dramen ; bd. 1-3. [von] Paul Ernst. 
Munchen, 1932-33. 3 v. 8vo. Con- 
tents. — bd. 1. Lumpenbagasch. — Im 
chambre separee. — Der tod. — Wenn 
die blatter fallen. — Die schnelle ver- 
lobung. — Demetrios. — Eine nacht in 
Florenz. — Ritter Lanval. — Der 
nulla. — Das gold. bd. 2. Canossa. — 
Brunhild. — Chriemhild. — t) b e r alle 
narrheit liebe. — Ninon de Lenclos. — 
Der heilige Crispin. — Ariadne auf 
Naxos. bd. 3. Manfred und Bea- 
trice. — Der gjirtnerhund. — Preussen- 
geist. — Kassandra. — Pantalon und 
seine sohne. — York. © Jan. 31, 
1933 ; 1 c. Apr. 29 ; D 22504 ; Albert 
Langen-Georg Miiller, Munich. 29S7 

Draw tender ; a mystery farce in 3 
acts, by J. L. E. Pell © 1 c May 
8. 1933; D 22348; John L. E. Pell, 
Pettsfield, Mass. 29S8 

Dream come true ; a fairy play, by 
Marjorie Lyon, with incidental music 
by James Lyon. Complete libretto. 
London. 1933. 35 p. 8vo. © Apr. 
IS. 1933; 1 c. Apr 22; D 2255S ; 
Boosey & co., ltd., London. 2989 

Dream girl; a dramatico-musical com- 
position in 12 scenes, by M. M. Boy- 
Ian. © 1 c. May 1. 1933 ; D 28433 ; 
Margaret Manora Boylan. Carthage, 
Miss. 2990 

Dream of a homesteader's child — 
Cloran ; text and music by E. E. 
Baker. © 1 c. May 26. 1933; D 
2S456: Ernest Everhart Baker, 
Salem, Or. 2991 

Dream (The) of Vasavadatta ; Svap- 
navasavadatta of Bhasa, tr. from 
the Sanskrit, by A. G. Shirreff and 
I'anna Lall. Acting version by Hal- 
lie Flanagan. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 
1933. 2 p. 1.. 2-9 numb 1., 1 1. diagr. 
4to. (Vassar Experimental thea- 
tre plays) © Apr 1, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 
13: D 22403: Experimental theatre 
• if Vassar college, Poughkeepsie, 
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Dress parade ; a pageant of style, by 
P. D. Pope. © 1 c. May 1, 1933; 
D 22221 : Perdita D. Pope, Kenosha, 
Wis. 2993 

Dudly's invincible garters ; a comedy, 
by A. De La Fuente. © 1 c. May 
9, 1933; D 22391; Alfred De La 
Fuente, Brooklyn. 2994 

Ellsworth of the Zouaves ; a play in 
3 acts, by L. E. Laflin, jr. © 1 c. 
May 20, 1933; D 22589; Louis E. 
Laflin, jr., Lake Forest, 111. 2995 

Enter the prodigal; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Richard Flournoy. Boston 
[1933] 131 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Apr. 13, 1933 ; 2 c. May 1 ; D 22171 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 2996 

Envers (L') vaut l'endroit; spectacle 
en 3 actes de Aime Declercq. (In 
Bruxelles, Arlequin, 4. annee, nos. 
25-27) © June 18, 25, July 2, 1932; 

1 c. each Apr. 19, 1933; D 22179; 
Aime Declercq, Brussels. 2997 

Envoi (L') de l'Aigle; piece en 1 acte, 
en prose [par] Georges Loiseau. 
(In La Petite illustration, no. 615) 
© Feb. 25, 1933; 1 c. Apr. 19; D 
22183 ; Georges Loiseau, Cannes 
(A.-M.) France. 2998 

Erzahl 'mir nichts von treue 

operette in 3 akten von Rudolph 
Schanzer und Ernst Welisch, musik 
von Michael Krausz. Text. © 1 c. 
May 3, 1933 ; D 22273 ; Drei masken 
musik, g.m.b.h., Berlin. 2999 

Essence of Cleopatra. See Sibyl and 
daughter, ltd. 

Eurasian (The) ; a drama in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by R. Thornton. 
© 1 c. Apr. 29. 1933 ; D 22153 ; Rita 
Thornton, Hollywood, Calif. 3000 

Everybody's crazy ; a farce in 3 acts, 
by Jay Tobias. Boston [1933] 131 
p. diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 17, 1933 ; 

2 c. May 1; D 22170; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston 3001 

Extenuating circumstances ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by C. M. Selling. © 1 c. 
May 19, 1933; D 22528; Christian 
Marius Selling, New York. 3002 

Family skeletons; a farce in 3 acts, 
by R. L. Smith. © 1 c. May 27, 
1933; D 22641; Rollin Leonard 
Smith, Minneapolis. 3003 

Famous (The) Mr. Frey; a comedy in 

3 acts, by I. Lhevinne. © 1 c. May 
5, 1933: D 22322; Isadore Lhevinne, 
New York. 3004 



Famous plays of 1932; [by various 
authors] London, 1932. 654 p. 
12mo. Contents. — Musical chairs, 
by Ronald MacKenzie. — Somebody 
knows, by John Van Druten. — See 
Naples and die, by Elmer Rice. — 
The rose without a thorn, by Clif- 
ford Bax. — There's always Juliet, 
by John Van Druten. — Once in a 
lifetime, by Moss Hart and George 

5. Kaufman. © Sept. 12, 1932 : 1 c. 
Oct. 3 ; 1 c. May 17, 1933 ; D 22519 ; 
Victor Gollancz, ltd., London. 3005 

Farce (La) des bossus ; comedie en 1 
acte, en vers, d'apres un fabliau 
[par] Pierre Jalabert. (In La Pe- 
tite illustration, no. 615) © Feb. 
25, 1933; 1 c. Apr. 19; D 22182; 
Pierre Jalabert, Nice (A.-M.) 
France. 3006 

Fashion avenue; a radio series, by 
Milton M. Silberman. © 1 c. May 

6, 1933; D 22337; Worden adver- 
tisers service, inc., New York. 

3007 

Fashionable (The) world. See Beau 
monde. 

Fatal comedy ; a satirical burlesque in 
3 acts, with prologue and epilogue, 
by Alexander Keleti. English ver- 
sion, by S. Szekely. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1933; D 22266; Sari Szekely, Mil- 
waukee. 3008 

Fate ; a play in 33 scenes, by F. Vives. 
© 1 c. May 24, 1933; D 22586; 
Florence Vives, Hollywood, Calif. 

3009 

Fate is kind ; a play in 4 acts, by 
Michael Gregory. © 1 c. May 29, 
1933 ; D 22666 ; Mary Leather Esch- 
bacher, Teaneck, N. J. 3010 

Filo (II) d'Arianna ; mito in 3 atti, di 

Achille Geremicca, musica di P. 

Rubino. © 1 c. May 16. 1933; D 

28438 ; Pasquale Rubino, New York. 

3011 

Fink and Finkle ; nos. 1-9, a series of 
radio sketches, by J. K. Watson. 
© 1 c. May 16, 1933 ; D 22479 ; Jos. 
K. Watson, New York. 3012 

First (The) club meeting; a play in 1 
act, by Irene Jean Crandall. Bos- 
ton [1933] 20 p. 12mo. © Apr. 
3, 1933 ; 2 c. May 1 ; D 22163 ; Wal- 
ter H. Baker co., Boston. 3013 

Fit to be tied ; 1-act play, by Helen 
Biddle. © 1 c. May 17, 1933; D 
22498 ; Helen Hill Biddle, Pasadena, 
Calif. 3014 



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Five star theatre; a series of radio 
presentations, by McCann-Erickson, 
inc. Mar. 28, 1933. Solly Ward, 
Episode 2. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1933; 
D 22488; McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 3015 

Apr. 4, 1933. Kickers' club. 

Episode 3. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1933; 
D 22489; McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 3016 

Apr. 10, 1933. The Marx 

brothers. Episode 20. © 1 c. May 
9, 1933; D 22379; McCann-Erick- 
son, inc., New York. 3017 

Apr. 11, 1933. Solly Ward 

and his Kickers' club. Episode 4. 
© 1 c. Apr. 26, 1933 ; D 22490 ; Mc- 
Cann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

3018 

Apr. 14, 21, 1933. Charlie 

Chan. Behind that curtain. Epi- 
sodes 7, 8. © 1 c. each May 9, 1933 ; 
D 22380, 22382; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 3019, 3020 

• Apr. 18, 25, 1933. Solly 

Ward and his Kickers' club. Epi- 
sodes 5, 6. © 1 c. each May 9, 
1933; D 22381, 22383; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 3021, 3022 

Apr. 24, May 1, 1933. The 

Marx brothers. Episodes 22, [23] 
© 1 c. each May 13, 1933 ; D 22444, 
22446; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 3023, 3024 

Apr. 28, May 5, 1933. Char- 
lie Chan. Behind that curtain. 
Episodes 9, 10. © 1 c. each May 
13, 1933; D 22445, 22448; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 3025, 3026 

May 2, 1933. Solly Ward 

and his Kickers' club. Episode 7. 
© 1 c. May 13, 1933 ; D 22445 ; Mc- 
Cann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

3027 

May 8, 1933. The Marx 

brothers. © 1 c. May 22, 1933; D 
22548 ; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 3028 

May 9, 1933. Solly Ward 

and his Kickers' club, Episode no. 
8. © 1 c. May 22, 1933; D 22549; 
McCann-Erickson, inc, New York. 

3029 

May 12, 1933. Charlie Chan, 

Behind that curtain. Episode no. 11. 
© 1 c. May 22, 1933 ; D 22550 ; Mc- 
Cann-Erickson, inc., New l'ork. 

3030 



Flighty party ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Gail Pitou [pseud, of A. W. Mor- 
gan] © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1933; D 
22336; Abbie Ware Morgan, New 
York. 3031 

Flood stage ; a 3 act play, by L. Perry. 
© 1 c. Apr. 22, 1933 ; D 22195 ; Law- 
rence Perry, Glen Ridge, N. J. 

3032 

Flowers of the nations: a juvenile 
operetta in 1 act, libretto by Alma 
Bradbury Houghton, music by 
Elizabeth Sutton Brown. Cincin- 
nati, O. [1933] 24 p. Plus., diagr. 
4to. © Mar. 7, 1933 ; 2 c. May 10 ; 
D 28436; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 3033 

Flying clown to Rio; a play in 2 acts, 
by Anne Caldwell O'Dea and L. 
Brock. © 1 c. May 18, 1933; D 
22512 ; Louis Brock, Los Angeles. 

3034 

Fool's (A) paradise; a play, by Ivan 
Abramson. © 1 c. May 5, 1933; D 
22315; Abraham Leff, New York. 

3035 

Foot in the stirrup ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by D. C. Goodman. © 1 c. Apr. 
26, 1933; D 22115; Daniel Carson 
Goodman, New York. 3036 

For adults only ; [by] Beverley 
Nichols, illustrations by Joyce 
Dennys. London, Jonathan Cape 
[1932] 2 p. 1., 7-222 p. illus. 12mo. 
© Oct. 24, 1932 ; 1 c. Apr. 26, 1933 ; 
D 22256; Doubleday, Doran & co., 
Garden City, N. Y. 3037 

For services rendered; a play in 3 
acts, [by] W. Somerset Maugham. 
Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday, 
Doran & co., inc., 1933. 4 p. 1., 87 p. 
12mo. © Apr. 12, 1933: 2 c. May 1 : 
D 22177; W. Somerset Maugham, 
Cap Ferrat, France. 3038 

Forgotten ; a comedy with song and 
dance in 2 acts, by A. P. Bridsers. 
Text. © 1 c. May 11, 1933 ; D 22561 ; 
Ann Preston Bridgers, New York. 

3039 

Forty (The) niners and the discovery 
of gold. See Great moments in his- 
tory. 

Founding (The) of the fur post, 
Astoria. See Great moments in 
history. 

Fratmnutty (The) of the air; no. 1, 
a series of radio sketches, by A. 
Turner. © 1 c. May 9, 1933; D 
22386; Alfred Turner, New York. 

3040 



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3063 



Frauenschicksal (Ein) ; schauspiel in 
4 akten, von H. Hildebrandt. © 1 c. 
Apr. 7, 1933; D 22201; Hermann 
Hildebrandt, Charlottenburg, Ger- 
many. 3041 

French class; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, by R. R. Crutcher, score by 
Lillian Milder. © 1 c. May 18, 1933 ; 
D 28443; Robert Riley Crutcher, 
Saint Louis, Mo. 3042 

French heels; a musical comedy in 3 
acts, book by E. Maronde, music 
and lyrics by R. Reyburn. © 1 c. 
May 1, 1933 ; D 28444 ; Randy Rey- 
burn, Riverside, Calif., and Eleanor 
Maronde, San Marino, Calif. 3043 

From an old book shop ; Episodes 1-11, 
a series of sketches, by J. Laszlo. © 
1 c. Apr. 15, 1933; D 22193; Julia 
Laszlo, Woodside, L. I., N. Y. 3044 

From Dixie to Harlem ; a musical 
comedy in 2 parts, by B. Smith. 
Text. © 1 c. May 24, 1933 ; D 22580 ; 
Barbara Smith, LaGrange, 111. 

3045 

From Iowa to stardom. See Holly- 
wood love stories. 

Gallantry : a play in 9 scenes, by Barre 
Dunbar [i. e. William L. B. Dunbar] 
© 1 c. May 12, 1933 ; D 22426 ; Wm. 
L. Dunbar, New York. 3046 

Gambling (The) house; a play in 21 
scenes, by F. Vives. §lc. May 24, 
1933; D 22583; Florence Vives, 
Hollywood, Calif. 3047 

Garden conscious; a play in 3 scenes, 
by D. Withington. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 
1933 ; D 22155 ; Daphne Withington, 
Milton, Mass. 3048 

Garden (The) guest; a floral cantata, 
dialogue and songs by Elsie Duncan 
Yale, music by J. Lincoln Hall, and 
others. Philadelphia, Pa., 1933. 18 
p. 8vo. © May 15, 1933 ; 2 c. May 
18; D 28447; Hall-Mack co., Phila- 
delphia. 3049 

Gentleman (The) from Hooverville; a 
play in 1 act, by P. Stevenson. © 
1 c. May 29, 1933 ; D 22656 ; Philip 
Stevenson, Santa Fe, N. M. 3050 

Gift (The) horse; a farce in 3 acts, 
by R. E. Smith. © 1 c. May 8, 
1933; D 22375; Ralph Eden Smith, 
New York. 3051 

Girl of to-day; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts by M. Marchellos. © 1 c. May 
4, 1933 ; D 22291 ; Mabel Marchellos, 
New York. 3052 



Glass houses ; a play in 3 acts, by R. 

Casey. © 1 c. May 11, 1933; D 

22418; Rosemary Casey, Pittsburgh. 

3053 

Gliick im haus; lustspiel in 3 akten 
[von] Jean de Letraz. Gesangstexte 
von Hans Adler, musik von Alex- 
ander Steinbrecher. Wien, Leipzig, 
1933. 1 p. 1., 86 p. fol. [2 klaviere 
zu 4 handen] © Apr. 4, 1933 ; 1 c. 
May 11 ; D 28454 ; Universal-edition, 
a. g., Vienna. 3054 

Gliick muss man haben ; operette in 
13 bildern, von Ernst Marischka und 
Hermann Feiner, muisk von Anton 
Profes. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1933 ; 
D 22257 ; W. Karczag verlag, Vienna. 
3055 

Go down, Moses. See Home to Canaan. 

Golden (The) sunshine; a play in 3 
acts, by L. L. Arms. © 1 c. May 26 r 
1933; D 22613; Louis Lee Arms, 
Pasadena. 3056 

Good blood, bad blood ; a most mysteri- 
ous mystery play in 3 episodes, by- 
Walter Hudd. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons The Year book press 
ltd. ; Boston, Mass., The Baker in- 
ternational play bureau, [1933] 24 
p. 12mo. (The Year book press 
series of plays) © Apr. 12, 1933; 
1 c. May 2 ; D 22361 ; Walter Hudd, 
London. 3057 

Good scout radio program ; Series 1, 
Daniel Boone, Episodes 1-6, a series 
of radio sketches, by Willard Mack. 
© 1 c. Apr. 24, 1933 ; D 22192 ; Lorin 
J. Howard, Hollywood, Calif. 3058 

Good (The) women do; a play in 3 
acts, by G. W. Cook. © 1 c. May 11, 
1933; D 22473; G. Whitfield Cook, 
New York. 3059 

Graftiana ; an opera libretto in 2 acts, 
by H. B. Smith. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 
1933 ; D 22156 ; Harry B. Smith, New 
York. 3060 

Grand (The) razz; a play in 6 epi- 
sodes, by Dave Ward. © 1 c. May 
1, 1933 ; D 22223 ; David A. Somson, 
Los Angeles. 3061 

Grandfather's revolution ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by H. H. Carey. © 1 c. May 
16. 1933 ; D 22477 ; Herbert H. Carey, 
Ridgefield, N. J. 3062 

Grave yard rattles ; a sketch, by M. R. 
Lyons. © 1 c. May 2, 1933; D 
22246; Margaret R. Lyons, Miller 
Place, Long Island, N. Y. 3063 



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Great (The) Byron ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by Margaret E. Percy and K. E. 
Thresher. © 1 c. May 9, 1933; D 
22632 ; Margaret Percy and Kath- 
arine E. Thresher, Los Angeles. 

3064 

Great engineering achievements; Epi- 
sode 1, The steam locomotive, a 
series of 10 episodes on the air. 
dramatization and dialogue [by] 
Gerald Knight. Paterson, N. J., 
The Passaic county chapter of Pro- 
fessional engineers and land survey- 
ors, 1933. 22 p. 8vo. ©' Apr. 29. 
1933 ; 1 c. Mar. 31 ; 1 c. Apr. 22 ; D 
22359; Gerald W. Knight, Newark, 
N. J. 3065 

Great moments from grand operas ; a 
skit ; by H. V. Boswell. © 1 c. May 
31, 1933; D 22677; Helen Varick 
Boswell, New York. 3066 

Great moments in history ; a series of 
radio sketches, by J. Walter Thomp- 
son co. no. 16. The Roosevelt's 
rescue of the Antinoe. © 1 c. Apr. 
27, 1933 ; D 22230 ; Standard brands, 
inc., New York. 3067 

■ no. 17. Benedict Arnold. © 

1 c. Apr. 27. 1933; D 22231; Stand- 
ard brands, inc., New York. 3068 

— no. 18. The defense of Peter 

Zenger. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1933; D 
22232; Standard brands, inc., New 
York. 3069 

— no. 19. Washington at Val- 
ley Forge. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1933 ; D 
22233; Standard brands, inc., New 
York. 3070 

■ no. 20. The opening of Okla- 
homa. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1933 ; D 
22234; Standard brands, inc., New 
York. 3071 

■ — no. 21. The founding of the 

fur post, Astoria. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 
1933; D 22235; Standard brands, 
inc., New York. 3072 

no. 22. Mrs. Murray of 

Murray Hill. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1933 ; 
D 22236 ; Standard brands, inc., New 
York. 3073 

no. 23. Witches and witch- 
craft — Salem. Massachusetts. © 
1 c. Apr. 27, 1933 ; D 22237 ; Stand- 
ard brands, inc.. New York. 3074 

no. 24. The Continental con- 
gress and independence. © 1 c. Apr. 
27, 1933 ; D 22238 ; Standard brands, 
inc., New York. 3075 



— no. 25. The ride of Billy 

Phillips. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1933; D 
22239; Standard brands, inc.. New 
York. " 3076 

no. 26. The Forty niners 

and the discovery of gold. © 1 c. 
May 2, 1933; D 22240 : Standard 
brands, inc., New York. 3077 

no. 27. Perry and the battle 

of Lake Erie. © 1 c. May 2, 1933 ; 
D 22241 ; Standard brands, inc., New 
York. 3078 

no. 28. La Salle. © 1 c. 

May 2, 1933; D 22242; Standard 
brands, inc., New York. 3079 

no. 29. McCormick and the 

reaper. © 1 c. May 2, 1933; D 
22243 ; Standard brands, inc.. New 
York. 3080 

Greater gods ; a play in 3 acts, by 
William Boehnel. © 1 c. May 29, 
1933 : D 22660 ; William R. Boehnel, 
New York. 3081 

Greater love; a play in 3 acts, by J. 
R. De River. Rev. © 1 c. May 22, 
1933 ; D 22555 ; Jessie Ross de River, 
San Francisco. 3082 

Greatest (The) of these; a play in 

3 acts, by L. Havemeyer. dramatized 
from The hill, by Horace A. Yachell. 
© 1 c. June 7, 1933; D 22784; 
Loomis Havemeyer. New Haven. 

3083 

Green (The) bay tree; a play in 3 

acts, by Mordaunt Shairp. London, 

George Allen & Unwin, ltd. [1933] 

4 p. 1., [13] -89 p. 12 mo. © Apr. 
20, 1933; 1 c. May 2; D 22227; 
Mordaunt Shairp, London. 30S4 

Grenze (Ein deutsches Schick sal 1 : 
schauspiel in einem vorspiel und 7 
bildern. von Felix Liitzkendorf. © 
1 c. May 11, 1933; D 22510; S. 
Fischer verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 30S5 

Grosse (Die) karriere ; kombdie in 3 
akten aus den anftingen des ges- 
chaftstheaj:ers, von Fritz Schwiefert. 
Berlin, 1933. 2 p. 1., [3] -160 p. 12 
mo. © Apr. 20, 1933; 1 c. May 11; 
D 22503 ; Arcadia verlag, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 3086 

Growin up ; Episodes no. 1-40, a series 
of sketches, by E. Treacv and K. 
Garnet. © 1 c. Apr. IS. 1933: I) 
22590; Emerson Treacy and Kenneth 
Garnet, Hollywood, Calif. 3087 

Growing pains; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Aurania Rouverol [i. e. A. E. Rou- 



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3107 



veyrol] © 1 c. May 27, 1933; D 
22649 ; Aurania Ellerbeck Rouveyrol, 
Palo Alto, Calif. 3088 

Gustav III ; a play in 4 acts, by Aug- 
ust Striudberg, tr. from the Swedish, 
by Hans Alin and R. Jamieson. © 
1 c. May 8, 1933; D 22356; Ray- 
mond Jamieson, Shullsburg, Wis. 

3089 

Gypsy (The) ; a tragedy in 1 act, by 
Parker Hord, edited by Lee Owen 
Snook ; Claude Merton Wise : gen- 
eral editor. Evanston, 111., New 
York [etc., 1932] 48 p. illus., diagr. 
8 vo. ( [The Gateway series of 
tested plays] ) Contains music. © 
Aug. 29, 1932 ; 2 c. May 1, 1933 ; D 
22255 ; Row, Peterson and co., 
Evanston, 111. 3090 

Halfways (The) ; a play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by Edith Marsden [pseud, 
of C. Leonard and A. Wade] © 
1 c. May 5, 1933; D 22326; Claire 
Leonard and Alyce Wade, Wood- 
mere, L. I., N. Y. 3091 

Happy days of '29. See America car- 
ries oil. 

Happy landings; Episodes 5-26, a 

serial radio drama, by Lawrence 

, Holcomb. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1933 ; D 

22247; Joseph Katz co., New York. 

3092 

Harlem sparrow ; a 1-act play, by E. 

Wright. © 1 c. May 3, 1933; D 

22281; Elzy Wright, Talladega, Ala. 

3093 

Haunted (The) room; a short sketch, 
by Lola Harvey and Syd Courtenay. 
London, The Cavendish music co., 
1933. [3] p. fol. ([Cavendish con- 
cert party series] ) © Mar. 14, 1933 ; 
1 c. Mar. 24; D 22289; Boosey & 
co., ltd., London. 3094 

Haus (Das) dazwischen ; ein volks- 
stiick von Marcellus Schiffer und 
Felix Joachimson, musik von Mischa 
Spoliansky. Berlin, 1933. 76 p. 8 
vo. Regie- und soufflierbuch. Text. 
© Feb. 11, 1933; 1 c. May 3; D 
222S8 ; Charivari musikverlag, g. m. 
b. h., Berlin. 3095 

Hearts and flowers ; an unsual comic 
sketch in 5 scenes, by Forden Len- 
nox [pseud, of L. F. Kanzler] © 
1 c. May 5, 1933 ; D 22320 ; Lennox 
Forden Kanzler, Washington. 3096 

Her own wings; a drama in 3 acts, 
by F. B. Foote. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 



1933; D 22160; F. Bradbury Foote, 
W. New Brighten, S. I., N. Y. 3097 

Heritage ; by Catherine Ten Broeck 
Corson. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1933. 
2 p. 1., 3-29 numb. 1. 4 to. (Vassar 
Experimental theatre plays) © 
Apr. 15, 1933 ; 2 c. May 12 ; D 22405 ; 
Experimental theatre of Vassar col- 
lege, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 3098 

High (The) heeled sex ; a play in 4 
acts, by A. V. Noel. © 1 c. May 1, 
1933 ; D 22219 ; Anne Van Wie Noel, 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 3099 

His Honor the Mayor ; a radio sketch, 
by G. M. Gray. © 1 c. May 2, 1933 ; 
D 22228; Guy M. Gray, Greenfield, 
Mass. 3100 

Hollywood love stories ; Episode no. 1, 
From Iowa to stardom, a radio 
series, by G. J. Hopkins. © 1 c. 
May 22, 1933; D 22545; George 
James Hopkins, Pasadena. 3101 

Home to Canaan ; or, Go down, Moses, 
a negro folk-play in a prologue and 3 
acts, by R. Chase. © 1 c. May 18, 
1933; D 22513; Richard Chase, 
Chase, Ala. 3102 

Homo Neanderthal ; a play in 1 act, 
by Stokes McCune [i. e. J. S. Mc- 
Cune] © 1 c. May 20, 1933; D 
22539 ; John Stokes McCune, Colum- 
bus, O. 3103 

Horror (The) of mother love ; a talk- 
ing picture play, by W. H. Janes. 
© 1 c. May 25, 1933 ; D 22600 ; Wil- 
liam H. Janes, Suffield, Conn. 3104 

House (The) we live in; being the 
lamentable comedy of Reynard, the 
fox as it is played on the jungle- 
stage of to-day in 5 acts (staged 
on paper) by Henry Brenner. St. 
Meinrad, Ind., The Raven [1932] 
72 p. illus. 12mo. © Dec. 16, 
1932; 2 c. Dec. 19; aff. Mar. 27, 
1933; AA 120658; Henry Brenner, 
St Meinrad, Ind. 3105 

How wonderful ! From the log book 
of Singapore Jim ; Episode 9, a series 
of radio sketches, by R. Hughes. © 
1 c. May 12, 1933 ; D 22520 ; Rupert 
Hughes, Los Angeles. 3106 

Human (The) element; a play in 3 
acts, by Z. Akins and W. S. 
Maugham, adapted from the story by 
W. S. Maugham. © 1 c. May 27, 
1933 ; D 22638 ; Zoe Akins, Pasadena, 
and W. Somerset Maugham. Lon- 
don. 3107 



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Human season ; a play, in 4 acts, by 

F. L. Moss, after an idea by Cynthia 

Prince. © 1 c. May 27, 1933; D 

22643 ; Frank Lloyd Moss, New York. 

3108 

Hungarian rhapsody; a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. Forbes. © 1 c. May 11, 
1933; D 22483; James Forbes. New 
York. 3109 

Hunting for a job. See Truest (The) 
story ever told. 

I promise you; a play in 1 act, by 
Priscilla Ordway. Boston [1933] 
19 p. 12mo. © Apr. 3, 1933; 2 c. 
May 1; D 22174; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 3110 

I thee wed; a play in a prologue, 2 
acts, and epilogue, by N. Fiske. © 
1 c. May 31, 1933; D 22671; Nelle 
Fiske, New York. 3111 

If at first; a comedy in 3 acts, by P. 
Bohanon. © 1 c. May 10, 1933; D 
22394; Paul Bohanon, Shaker 
Heights, O. 3112 

Impostures; tragi-comedie en 4 actes 
de M. Duterme. © 1 c. May 10, 
1933 ; D 22485 ; Marguerite Duterme, 
Paris. 3113 

In a balcony. See Poems. 

In a little German garden ; Episode 1, 
a radio series, by E. Clapham. © 
1 c. Apr. 29, 1933 ; D 22154 ; Emilia 
Clapham, Berkeley, Calif. 3114 

In vino Veritas; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Walter Hudd. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons The Year book press 
ltd. ; Boston, Mass., The Baker in- 
ternational play bureau [1933] 23 
p. 12mo. (The Year book press 
series of plays) © Apr. 12, 1933; 
1 c. May 2; D 22363; Walter Hudd, 
London. 3115 

Incurable (The) optimist; a 1-act 
play, by Noel Walters [pseud, of 
Nell H. Beierwaltes] Boston [1933] 
17 p. 12mo. © Apr. 5, 1933; 2 c. 
May 1; D 22167; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 3116 

Indian (An) swimming pageant; [a 
pageant in 3 acts] by Eunice Knox. 
New York, The womans press, 1933. 
cover-title, 2 p. 1., 6 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Apr. 5, 1933; 2 c. May 20; D 
22588 ; National board of the Young 
women's Christian assns. of the 
U. S. A., New York. 3117 

Information (The) clerk and the 
floor manager ; a radio sketch, by 
E. Roy-Woodside. © 1 c. May 13, 



1933; D 22629; Elberta Roy-Wood- 
side, Chicago. 3118 

Intermezzo; comedie en 3 actes [par] 
Jean Giraudoux. [Paris, 1933] 4 
p. 1., [11]— 214 p. 12mo. © Mar. 
10, 1933; 1 c. May 10; D 22481; 
Editions Bernard Grasset, Paris. 

3119 

Iron (The) duchess a comedy in 3 
acts, by A. L. Mathews. © 1 c. 
May 27. 1933; D 22639; Alice Lil- 
lian Mathews, Cranford, N. J. 

3120 

Is there luck? a dramatic satire in 
3 acts, by C. C. Carr. © 1 c. Apr. 
27, 1933; D 22440; C. C. Carr, St. 
Petersburg, Fla 3121 

Isabella Orsini, duchessa di Brac- 
ciano; melodramma in 5 atti, di M. 
Sudano-Ganguzza. © 1 c. May 9, 
1933; D 22378; Maria Sudano-Gan- 
guzza, New York. 3122 

It doesn't take brains; a comedy in 1 
act, by Jessie M. Bowler. Minneap- 
olis, Minn., 1933. 23 p. 8vo. © 
May 6, 1933 ; 2 c. May 11 ; D 22398 ; 
F. D. Singler play co., Minneapolis. 
3123 

It is destiny ; a story and screen play, 
by A. M. Levins. © 1 c. May 27, 
1933; D 2264S; Alice M. Levins, 
Philadelphia. 3124 

Jack and the beanstalk; fairy opera 
for the childlike in 3 acts and 13 
scenes, book by John Erskine, mu- 
sic by Louis Gruenberg. Boston, 
Mass., Published for The Juillard 
musical foundation by C. C. Birch- 
ard & company [1933] 2 p. 1., 3-241 
p. fol. Piano-vocal score. © Apr. 
26, 1933; 2 c. May 11; D 28441; 
Juillard musical foundation, New 
York. 3125 

Jackass Joe and the cash box. Sec 
Death Valley days. 

Jay and Kay ; Episodes 1-6. a series 
of radio sketches, by W. H. Depper- 
mann. © 1 c. May 15, 1933; D 
22460; William Hermann Depper- 
mann, Indianapolis. 3126 

Jezebel ; a play in 3 acts, by O. Davis. 
© 1 c. May 24, 1933; D 22581; 
Owen Davis. New York. 3127 

Jig's (The) up; a skit, by H. M. Fee- 
ney. © 1 c. May 31, 1933 ; D 22667 ; 
Helen M. Feeney. Brooklyn. 3128 

Joan of Arkansaw ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by W. F. Davidson. © 1 c. May 29, 
1933; 1» 22<>o4; William F. David- 
son, St. Paul. 3129 



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Job ; tragedie biblique en 3 actes, par 
Henri Gheon [pseud, of H. Vaugeon] 
© 1 e. Apr. 26, 1933 ; D 22209 ; Henri 
Vaugeon, Paris. 3130 

Jolly Roger ; or, The admiral's daugh- 
ter, a comic opera in 3 acts, by 
Scobie MacKenzie and V. C. Clinton- 
Baddeley, with music by Walter 
Leigh. London, 1933. 80 p. 12mo. 
Text. © Apr. 18, 1933; 1 c. Apr. 
22 ; D 22557 ; Boosey & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 3131 

Judy and Jane ; Continuity nos. 125- 
144, Apr. 3-7, 10-14, 17-21, 24-28, a 
series of radio sketches, by Robert 
D. Andrews. © 1 c. each May 4, 
1933 ; D 22293-22312 ; J. A. Folger & 
co., Kansas City, Mo. 3132-3151 

Jumping ( The ) bean ; a skit in 1 act, 
by L. M. Piccirillo. © 1 c. May 23, 
1933; D 22566; Louis M. Piccirillo, 
San Francisco. 3152 

Kaddish; a play in 1 act, by W. Z. 
Lerner. © 1 c. May 8, 1933; D 
22352; W. Zolley Lerner, Lincoln, 
Neb. 3153 

Kickers' club. See Five star theatre. 

Kids' (The) last fight ; a travesty, by 
J. Hays. (Baby stars series, no. 4) 
© 1 c. Sept. 2, 1932 ; D 22260 ; Jack 
Hays, Hollywood, Calif. 3154 

Kiki. See Kratzburste. 

Kill or cure. See Death Valley days. 

King (The) of kings and Lord of 
lords ; a drama for radio broadcasts 
in 7 acts, by A. T. Wilson. © 1 c. 
May 29, 1933 ; D 22651 ; A. T. Wil- 
son, Texarkana, Ark. 3155 

Kingdom at hand ; a drama, by B. R. 
Singletary, translated from the 
Bible and from the Book of Revela- 
tion as was written by St. John. © 
1 c. May 4, 1933 ; D 22631 ; Beatrice 
R. Singletary, San Antonio. 3156 

Kiss and make up ; Episodes 3, 5, a ra- 
dio serial, by V. Justin and R. Salis- 
bury. © 1 c. each Apr. 21, 1933 ; D 
22196, 22197; Viola Justin, S. 
Orange, N. J., and Richard Salis- 
bury,. Orange, N. J. 3157, 3158 

Knight (The) of the road; Episodes 1, 
2, a series of sketches, bv J. D. 
Owen. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1933; D 
22374 ; John Davis Owen, Stoughton, 
Mass. 3159 

Kratzburste ; lustspiel mit musik in 6 
bildern (frei nach Andre Picards 
Kiki) von Hans Midler, musik von 



Werner Richard Heymann. Text. 
© 1 c. May 3, 1933; D 22272; 
Charivari musikverlag, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 3160 

Kreidekreis (Der) ; oper in 3 akten 
(7 bildern) dichtung von Klabund 
[pseud, of Alfred Henschke, musik 
von] Alexander Zemlinsky. Kla- 
vierauszug mit text von Felix Greis- 
sle. Wien, Leipzig, 1933. 249 p. 
fol. © Jan. 31, 1933 ; 1 c. Mar. 16 ; 
D 28452 ; Universal-edition, a. g., 
Vienna. 3161 

Kuhhandel ; komodie in 3 akten, von 
Gerhart Pohl. © 1 c. May 11, 1933 ; 
D 22509; S. Fischer verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 3162 

L. E. A. F., inc., Preference employ- 
ment bureau ; a comedy in 2 acts, 
by Gail Pitou [pseud, of A. W. Mor- 
gan] © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1933 ; D 22335 ; 
Abbie Ware Morgan, New York. 

3163 

Lady Eve ; a musical comedy in 3 acts, 
book, lyrics, and music, by G. M. 
Harvey. Text. © 1 c. May 31, 
1933; D 22668; George Myron Har- 
vey, Springfield, Mass. 3164 

Land (Das) des lachelns ; romantlsche 
operette in 3 akten nach Viktor 
Leon von Ludwig Herzer und Fritz 
Lohner, musik von Franz Lehar. 
Vollstandiges regie — und soufflier- 
buch [und Kla vierauszug mit text] 
Wien, W. Karczag, 1929. 2 v. [Lib- 
retto] 8vo. [Vocal score] fol. © 
Dec. 28, 1929 ; 1 c. May 2, 1933 ; D 
28459 ; Franz Lehar, Ludwig Herzer, 
Fritz Lohner, Vienna. 3165 

Land (The) of the free; a play in 3 
acts, by H. C. Korn. © 1 c. May 13, 
1933; D 22438; Heyman Charles 
Korn, New Orleans. 3166 

Landor's return ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. B. Purcell and M. B. Young. © 
1 c. May 8, 1933 ; D 22630 ; Margaret 
Barbrick Purcell, Pasadena, and 
Mellissa E. Young, Los Angeles. 

3167 

La Salle. See Great moments in his- 
tory. 

Last year's nest; a 3-act comedy, by 
J. R. Swain. © 1 c. May 9, 1933; 
D 22393; John R. Swain, New 
Haven. 3168 

Laush (The) of the day; in 6 acts, by 
A. Schwartz, © 1 c. May 4, 1933; 
D 22280 ; Alexander Schwartz, 
Cleveland. 3169 



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Legend (A) of the Olympic Peninsula. 
See Pioneers — Great moments in the 
history of Seattle and Puget Sound. 

Leyes (Las) del destino ante el amor, 
el dolor y la muerte ; en 3 actos, por 
R. D. Diez. © 1 c. May 1, 1933; 
D 22432 ; Ramon Dominguez Diez, 
Havana. 3170 

Liebe am Rhein ; singspiel in 3 akten 
und einem nachspiel frei nach 
Scheffels Trompeter von Sackingen, 
von Bruno Hardt-Warden und Paul 
Daehne. Musik mit benutzung 
Nessler'scher motive, von August 
Pepock. Text. © 1 c. May 3, 1933 ; 
D 22274 ; Drei masken musik, 
g.m.b.h., Berlin. 3171 

Life in death ; or, Among ourselves, a 
play, by W. Z. Lerner. © 1 c. May 
8, 1933 ; D 22351 ; W. Zolley Lerner, 
Lincoln, Neb. 3172 

Lift up your eyes ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by P. P. Reigelman. © 1 c. May 8, 
1933; D 22358; Perry Prescott 
Reigelman, Salem, Or. 3173 

Light (The) in the window; an Easter 
play, by Dorothy Clarke Wilson. 
Boston [1933] 20 p. 12mo. © Apr. 
3. 1933 ; 2 c. May 1 ; D 22175 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 3174 

Listen to me ; a musical farce in 2 acts, 
by P. A. Moore. Text. © 1 c. May 
16, 1933 ; D 22474 ; Philip Archibald 
Moore, Medfleld, Mass. 3175 

Listen, world ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
George Milton Savage and Edouard 
Peltret. Claude Merton Wise, gen- 
eral editor. Evanston, 111., New 
York [etc., 1932] 111 p. col. front. 
12mo. ( [The Gateway series of 
tested plays] ) © Jan. 14, 1932 ; 2 c. 
May 1, 1933 ; D 22516 ; Row, Peter- 
son and co., Evanston, 111. 3176 

Live and learn ; a play in 12 scenes, by 
T. E. Manfreda. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 
1933 ; D 22263 ; Theresa Elizabeth 
Manfreda, Wallingford, Conn. 3177 

Iione Star (The) district school; a 
comedy in 2 acts, by Dr. F. A. 
Domer. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1933; D 
22191; Frank A. Domer, Welaka, 
Fla. 3178 

Long live the King. See Don Rafael. 

Looking backward ; a drama, by Leila 
Wells, adapted from the novel by 
Edward Bellamy. © 1 c. May 27, 
1933; D 22636; Leila Burton Hutty, 
New York. 3179 



Loose ends; a drama in 3 acts, by 
M. H. Anson. © 1 c. May 22, 1933 ; 
D 22543 ; Mae Harris Anson, Carmel, 
Calif. 3180 

Loozy Anna minstrel follies, includ- 
ing first part, olio, and Cotton coun- 
try fair ; by Arthur L. Kaser and 
Willis N. Bugbee. Syracuse, N. Y., 
1933. 2 p. 1., 2-37 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Feb. 15, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 12; D 
22328; Willis N. Bugbee, Syracuse, 
N. Y. 3181 

Lord Winterbottom's dilemma ; or 
Seven keys to Paradise, a play in 1 
act, by F. A. Kummer. © 1 c. May 
20, 1933; D 22542; Frederic Arnold 
Kummer, Baltimore. 3182 

Lorenzaccio ; by Alfred de Musset, 
edited with an introduction, notes 
and vocabulary by Thomas Rossman 
Palfrey and Paul Emile Jacob. 
New York [1933] xxxiii, 198, liv p. 
front. 16mo. © Feb. 23. 1933 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 6 ; aff. Mar. 23 ; A 60745 ; Henry 
Holt & co., inc., New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on introduction, 
notes and vocabulary] 3182* 

Lost and found detective agency ; Epi- 
sodes 1-6, a series of radio sketches, 
by F. Wojtowiez. © 1 c. May 2, 
1933; D 22245; Frank Wojtowiez. 
Easton. Pa. 3183 

Lost (The) clown; a juvenile operetta 
in 2 acts ; unison and two-part, book 
and lyrics by Sarah Grames Clark, 
music by Agnes Wright. Cincinnati, 
O. [1933] 32 p. 4to. [Vocal score 
complete with dialogue and stage 
business] © Feb. 10, 1933 ; 2 c. May 
10; D 28440; Willis music co., Cin- 
cinnati. 3184 

Lost souls ; a drama in 3 acts, by A. 
Di Giacomo. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1933; 
D 22149; Adolph Di Giacomo, 
Elizabeth, N. J. 3185 

Love a la mode; a play in 3 acts, by 
Ruth H. Pack and Harold Stark. 
© 1 c. May 29, 1933 ; D 22662 ; Ruth 
Pack, Minneapolis. 3186 

Love and laughter; an operetta with 

lyrics in 3 acts, by J. P. Delaney. 

Text. © 1 c. May 23, 1933 ; D 22563 ; 

John P. Delaney, Long Beach, N. Y. 

3187 

Love him anyway. See That's women. 

Love knows no hate; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. V. Panofsky, collaborated and 
translated, by Selma D. Panofsky. 
© 1 c. May 25, 1933 ; D 22598 ; Leo 



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3211 



Victor Panofsky, Woodside, L. I., 
N. Y. 3188 

Luce; opera in tre atti, di F. Mancini. 
© 1 c. May 27, 1933; D 22634; 
Florio Mancini, Philadelphia. 3189 

Lui e . . . l'altro; 4 quadri di G. 
Stacchini. © 1 c. May 4, 1933; D 
22650 ; Guido Stacchini, Milan. 3190 

M. D. ; a drama of modern life in 3 
acts, by F. J. Dowling. © 1 c. May 
13, 1933; D 22442; Francis J. 
Dowling, New York. 3191 

McCormick and the reaper. See Great 
moments in history. 

Madame de Gauthier's place, cafe a la 
frangaise; a play in 3 acts with 
songs, by D. H. Beelman. Text. © 
1 c. May 25, 1933 ; D 22602 ; David 
Houston Beelman, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 
3192 

Madchenjahre einer konigin ; komodie 
in 8 bildern [von G.] Sil-Vara. 
Wien, Verlag Wallishausser'sche 
buchhandlung, inhaber : E. W. Kende, 
1933. 99 p. 12mo. © Feb. 8, 1933 ; 
1 c. Feb. 21; D 22360; G. Sil-Vara, 
Vienna. 3193 

Magic (The) voice; Episodes 1, 7, 10, 

23, 29, 38, a series of radio sketches, 
by Augustus Barratt. © 1 c. May 9, 
1933; D 22436; Joseph Katz co., 
New York. 3194 

Magical (The) voyage to Wellville; 
or, Post toasties story time, a series 
of radio sketches, by P. Wing. Epi- 
sodes 67-72. © 1 e. May 17, 1933 ; 
D 22495; Paul Wing, Darien, Conn. 
3195 

■ Episodes 73-78. © 1 c. May 

20, 1933; D 22541; Paul Wing, 
Darien, Conn. 3196 

Episodes 79-84. © 1 c. May 

24, 1933; D 22579; Paul Wing, 
Darien, Conn. 3197 

Episodes 85-90. © 1 c. May 

29, 1933; D 22653; Paul Wing, 
Darien, Conn. 3198 

Main (La) dans le sac; piece en 6 
tableaux de P. Veber et J. P. Veber. 
© 1 c. Apr. 26, 1933; D 22208; 
Pierre Veber and Jean Pierre Veber, 
Paris. 3199 

Makers of the flag; a play in 6 
scenes with prologue and finale, by 
A. Janowitz, based upon the address 
by Franklin K. Lane. © 1 c. May 
16, 1933; D 22476; Abraham Jano- 
witz, New York. 3200 



Mai de mer ; a 1-act skit, by J. C. 
Boyd. © 1 c. May 17, 1933; D 
22494; J. Clement Boyd, Upper 
Montclear, N. J. 3201 

Mammy Joe's goodnight; story in 4 
scenes, by N. Babcock and C. 
Patrick. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1933; D 
22161 ; Norma Babcock and Casimir 
Patrick, New York. 3202 

Man (The) from Judah; a 3-act play 
based on the life and prophecy of 
Amos [by] Sheldon Shepard. Holly- 
wood, Awman press [1933] 96 p. 
16mo. © Jan. 26, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 
20; D 22451; Sheldon Shepard, Los 
Angeles. 3203 

Man (The) who was third ; a 2-act 
play, by Lew Barrington Wallace. 
1933. [20] p. 8vo. © Apr. 30, 
1933; 2 c. May 17; D 22502; Lew 
Barrington Wallace, Sharon Cen- 
ter, O. 3204 

Man (The) who washed his hands; a 
play in 4 scenes, by M. S. Foust. © 
1 c. May 11, 1933; D 22415; Made- 
leine Skelly Foust, Pittsburgh. 

3205 

Manfred. See Best of Byron. 

Manhattan medley ; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. Hazard and R. F. Flournoy. 
© 1 c. Apr. 21, 1933 ; D 22203 ; Law- 
rence Hazard and Richard F. Flour- 
noy, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on changes] 3206 

Mantel (Ein) ein hut, ein handschuh ; 
ein schauspiel in 3 akten, von Wil- 
helm Speyer. © 1 c. May 11, 1933 ; 
D 22507 ; Drei masken verlag, a.-g., 
Berlin. 3207 

Mara, the rose of the desert; a play 
in 10 scenes, by A. Rocchetti, trans- 
lated bv Augustus Menghi. © 1 c. 
May 16, 1933; D 22478; Antonio 
Rocchetti, New London, Conn. 

3208 

Marriage; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Charles Costello. © 1 c. May 8, 
1933; D 22392; Charles Stephen 
Costello, Chicago. 3209 

Marx (The) brothers. See Five star 
theatre. 

Masquerade; a melodrama in 3 acts, 
by Charles Bennett, adapted by D. 
Ostrov. © 1 c. May 15, 1933; D 
22468; Dmitri Ostrov, New York. 

3210 

Master (The) of the house; a comedy 
in 4 acts, by I. Frey-Stewart. © 1 c. 
May 25, 1933; D 22604; Ida Frey- 
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Matter (A) of matrimony; a play in 

a prologue and 3 acts, by J. H. 

Parke. © 1 c. May 19, 1933; D 

22619 ; James H. Parke, Austin, Tex. 

3212 

Matter (A) of position; a comedy in 
3 acts, by D. Wolf. © 1 c. May 10, 
1933; D 22396; Daisy Wolf, New 
York. 3213 

Memories of the Oregon trail ; Episode 
1, a series of sketches, by J. H. Leaf. 
© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1933 ; D 22455 ; James 
Howard Leaf and Clarence A. 
Whitaker, Los Angeles. 3214 

Merchant of Venice. See Beacon 
lights of literature. 

Merry wives from Paris ; a divorce 
comedy in 3 acts, by J. Temple. © 
1 c. May 2, 1933; D 22251; Jean 
Temple, Hollywood, Calif. 3215 

Michael Kinley ; a play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by David Jacob Dargin 
[pseud, of D. Darsjinsky] © 1 c. 
May 27, 1933 ; D 22637 ; David Dar- 
ginsky, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on new revision] 3216 

Middle-class ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Maxim Gorki, adapted and trans- 
lated from the Russian by J. Wex- 
ley and M. Walter. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 
1933; D 22493; John Wexley, As- 
toria, L. I., N. Y., and Mark Walter, 
New York. 3217 

Military (The) man. See Modern 
(The) Baron Munchausen. 

Mistress Mary ; a comic opera iu 3 
acts, book by L. R. Cook. Text. © 
1 c. May 22, 1933; D 22556; Lau- 
rence Russell Cook, Los Angeles. 
[Copyright is claimed on rewriting 
and new matter] 3218 

Mrs. Murray of Murray Hill. See 
Great moments in history. 

Mrs. Robinson Crusoe's island ; Pro- 
gram 1. a series of radio scripts, by 
Deoch Fulton. © 1 c. May 12. 1933 ; 
D 22429; Kardollette, inc., New 
York. 3219 

Mrs. Tarquin; a comedy in a prologue 

and 3 acts, by M. M. Young. © I c. 
May 9, 1933; D 22388; Mary Mars- 
den Young, Woodmere, L. I.. N. Y. 

3220 

Modern (The) Baron Munchausen; a 
series of radio sketches, by William 
K. Wells. Episode 35. The animal 
man, pts. 1,2. © 1 c. May 4, 1933 ; 
D 22292; Lord & Thomas, New 
York. 3221 



Episode 36. A knight for a 

night, pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. May 13. 
1933; D 22443 ; Lord & Thomas. Now 
York. 3222 

. Episode 37. The military 

man, pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. May 22, 1933 ; 
D 22544; Lord & Thomas. NVw 
York. 3223 

Modern (The) Decameron; or, The 
Decameron in modern dress with 
the modern Boccaccio of the twenti- 
eth century, no. 1, a series of radio 
programs, by R. B. Schall. © 1 c. 
May 20. 1933; D 22533; Roherr P.. 
Schall, Wayne, Pa. 3224 

Moment of darkness ; a 1-act play, by 
Mary Thurman Pyle. Boston [1933] 
25 p. 12mo. © Apr. 27, 1933 ; 2 c. 
May 1, D 22108; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 3225 

Money mad ; or, The best way out, a 
comedy with music specialities, by 
W. M. North. Text. © 1 c. May 20, 
1933; D 22592; William M. North, 
Rio Grande, O. 3226 

More latitude; a comedy in 1 act, by 

A. G. Knight. © 1 c. May 27, 1933 ; 

D 22646 ; Anita G. Knight, St. Louis. 

3227 

Mother and Dad; Episodes 1-5, a se- 
rial radio drama, by E. D. Adair. © 

1 c. May 20. 1933: D 22540: Eva 
Donaldson Adair. Chicago. 3228 

Mother Anne ; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Surette. © 1 c. May 15. 1933; D 

22461 ; Alice Surette, Waverley, 
Mass. 3229 

Motion picture doctors ; a play, by H. 
J. Styles, sr. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1933 : 
D 22269; Harry Jas. Stvles. sr.. 
Hollywood. Calif. 3230 

Mountain girl; a drama in 3 ads. by 
E. E. Dean. © 1 c. May 4. 1983; D 
22370; Eloise Earle Dean. Central. 
S. C. 3231 

Mouse (The) and the elephant; a tem- 
perance drama in 4 arts, by Samuel 
C. Parish. Little Rock. Ark.. 1933. 
24 p. 16 mo. © May 22. 1933; 2 C. 
May 24; D 22574: Samuel Claborn 
Parish, Clarksville, Ark. 3232 

Music for two; a musical romance in 

2 acts, book, lyrics, and music, by 
Brooke Chattry I pseud, of J. H. 
Fordl © 1 c. May 10, 1933; D 
28437; John Howard Ford. Washing- 
ton. 32:33 



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My son ; a radio sketch, by G. M. Gray. 
© 1 c. May 1, 1933; D 22215; Guy 
M. Gray, Greenfield, Mass. 3234 

Myrt and Marge ; Episode nos. 315-320, 
a series of radio sketches, by Myrtle 
Vail. © 1 c. each May 11, 1933 ; D 
22419-22424; Win. Wrigley jr. co., 
Chicago. 3235-3240 

Mystery (The) house; a play in 3 
acts, by Albert Vees. Boston [1933] 
147 p. diagr. 12 mo. © Apr. 12, 
1933 ; 2 c. May 1 ; D 22173 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 3241 

Mystery (The) of the lost scroll; an 
operetta, text and music by R. A. 
Cook. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1933 ; D 
28435; Ruth Austin Cook, S. Pasa- 
dena. 3242 

Mystic (The) song; a romance-opera 
in 3 acts, libretto and music includ- 
ing orchestration, by Robert Sterrett. 
Text. © 1 c. May 16, 1933; D 
22475; Robert Montgomery Sterrett, 
Jamaica, N. Y. 3243 

Nagyvaros ; eletkep 3 felvonasban irta : 
Dregely Gabor [i. e. Gabriel Dreg- 
ely] © 1 c. May 17, 1933 ; D 22500; 
Nicholas L. Kalman, New York. 

3244 

Nana ; oper in 4 akten (7 bildern) text 
nach dem roman Zolas) von Max 
Brod, musik von Manfred Gurlitt. 
Klavierauszug mit text. Wien, Leip- 
zig, 1933. 1 p. 1., 323 p. fol. © 
Mar. 22, 1933 ; 1 c. May 11 ; D 28455 ; 
Universal-edition, a. g., Vienna. 

3245 

Napoleon ; piece en 4 acts et 34 
tableaux [par] Saint-Georges de 
Bouhelier [i. e. G. Saint-Georges de 
Bouhelier] [Paris] 1933. 46, [2] p. 
4 to. ( [La Petite illustration, no. 
621] ) © Apr. 8, 1933 ; 1 c. May 17 ; 
D 22505; Georges Saint-Georges de 
Bouhelier, Paris. 3246 

Never write letters ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Macklym Hartyl, from a 
German play by Konrad Stifter and 
Walter Turszinsky. © 1 c. May 26, 
1933 ; D 22644 ; Thomas E. H. Black, 
Detroit. 3247 

New (A) deal; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. C. Kennedy. © 1 c. May 2, 1933 ; 
D 22249; Alfred C. Kennedy, New 
York. 3248 

New (The) deal of '33. See America 
carries on. 

Newly-weds' (The) problems. See 
Newspaper (The) problem. 



Newspaper (The) problem; a radio 
sketch, by S. W. Boyd. (The newly- 
weds' problems) © 1 c. May 2, 
1933 ; D 22248 ; Sydney Wilson Boyd, 
New York. 3249 

Night (A) with Hans Andersen; a 
Christmas fantasy in 3 acts, by M. 
Tebbutt. © 1 c. May 6, 1933; D 
22367; Mary Tebbutt, Paignton, S. 
Devonshire, England. 3250 

Nina Rosa ; operette en 2 acts et 12 
tableaux, d'apres Harbach, par 
Mouezy-Eon, lyrics de Albert Wille- 
metz, musique de Romberg. Paris, 
1932. 1 p. 1., 147 p. 4 to. Text. 
© Dec. 31, 1932 ; 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933 ; 
D 22605 ; Editions Salabert, Paris. 
3251 

No lady would ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
G. Middleton. © 1 c. May 8, 1933 ; 
D 22350; George Middleton, New 
York. 3252 

No more tomorrows ; a tragedy in 4 
acts, by W. W. Way. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 
1933; D 22267; Walter Webster 
Way, Oakland, Calif. 3253 

No sacrifice; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
E. G. Wood. © 1 c. May 16, 1933 ; 
D 22470 ; Emmet George Wood, New 
York. 3254 

Oggi come ieri ; 5 quadra in due tempi, 
di G. Stacchini. © 1 c. May 4, 1933 ; 
D 22366; Guido Stacchini, Milan. 

3255 

Oh for a girl ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
O. J. Gutting, jr. © 1 c. May 20, 
1933; D 22532; Otto J. Gutting, jr., 
Oil City, La. 3256 

On the corner ; a radio drama in 1 
scene, by C. M. Roach. © 1 c. May 
23, 1933 ; D 22570 ; Clarence Michael 
Roach, Washington. 3257 

On the knees of the gods ; a play in 
3 acts, by P. B. Crawford. © 1 c. 
May 13, 1933; D 22437; Pauline 
Brooks Crawford, New York. 3258 

One more spring ; a play in 3 acts, by 
D. Petgen and G. H. Quinby, based 
upon the novel by Robert Nathan. 
© 1 c. Apr. 21, 1933 ; D 22190 ; Doro- 
thy Petgen, Douglaston, L. I., N. Y., 
and George H. Quinby, Boston. 

3259 

One of the family ; a play in 6 scenes, 
by M. C. Gorham. © 1 c. May 20, 
1933; D 22537; Mack C. Gorham, 
New York. 3260 



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Opening (The) of Oklahoma. See 
Great moments in history. 

Organ (The) grinders; in 3 acts, by 

L., Freiman. 
,-ijnV'a e px lytspN 2 px .Dypnwnyoxp n 
.jxn'nB cxi^ pa 

© 1 c. May 19, 1933; D 22529; 

Louis Freiman, Brooklyn. 3261 

Out of the blues ; or, A puritanical 
new deal in two shuffles, scenario by 
Edwin M. Lavino, book by Bo 
Brown, music by Chas. Gilpin and 
Joseph F. Follman, jr. 45th annual 
production Mask and wig club of 
the University of Pennsylvania. © 

1 c. Apr. 14, 1933; D 28449; Mask 
and wig club, Philadelphia. 3262 

Over the coals ; a musical play, text 
by H. Liveright, William Beal [and 
others] Music by George Young- 
ling, James McNaughton and John 
Dippold [and others] © 1 c. May 
10, 1933; D 28457; Herman Live- 
right, Pittsburgh. 3263 

Pageant of the Lei; a pageant in 7 
scenes, by N. D. Andrew. © 1 c. 
May 22, 1933 ; D 22546 ; Nancy Dan- 
iels Andrew, Honolulu. 3264 

Panic of 1907. See America carries on. 

Paragraph (A) for lunch; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by George Milton Savage, 
occasional verse by Kathryn Shep- 
hard. Claude Merton Wise, general 
editor. Evanston, 111., New York 
[etc., 1933] 141 p. front., illus. 
12mo. ([The Gateway series of 
tested plays]) © Jan. 12, 1933; 

2 c. May 1; D 22515; Row, Peter- 
son and co., Evanston, 111. 3265 

Pasquale Bruno ; ossia, II bandito di 
val di Demona, dramma in versi in 
4 atti, di M. Sudano-Ganguzza. © 
1 c. May 9, 1933; D 22377; Maria 
Sudano-Ganguzza, New York. 3266 

Passee; a comedy drama in 3 acts, by 
M. Morgan. © 1 c. May 25, 1933; 
D 22603 ; Marion Morgan, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3267 

Paw, Maw and Sara Jane : Sketches 
no. 1, 2, a series of radio sketches, 
by K. A. Wilder. © 1 c. each Apr. 
29, 1933 ; I) 22151, 22152 ; Katharine 
Abbot Wilder, Rochester, N. Y. 

3268, 3269 

Peace on earth ; a play in 3 acts, by 
G. Sklar and A. Maltz. © 1 c. Apr. 
28, 1933; D 22569; George Sklar, 
Meriden, Conn., Albert Maltz, Brook- 
lyn. 3270 



Penny (A) for your thoughts; a play 
in 3 acts, by C. Divine. © 1 c. May 
17, 1933; D 22501; Charles Divine, 
New York. 3271 

Perry and the battle of Lake Erie. 
See Great moments in history. 

Perry Scope broadcasts. Teasers 1-4, 
a radio series, by H. F. Wight. © 
1 c. May 2, 1933 ; D 22250 ; Harley 
Franklin Wight, San Diego, Calif. 

3272 

Personal affairs ; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. W. Davis. New version with 
changes and additions. © 1 c. Apr. 
28, 1933; D 22522; William W. 
Davis, Tonkawa, Okl. 3273 

Peter goes to the fair; a play in 8 
scenes, by Mary Morley Crapo. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1933. 2 p. 1., 
2-42 numb. 1., 1 1. 4to. (Vassar 
Experimental theatre plays) © 
Apr. 15, 1933 ; 2 c. May 12 ; D 22406 ; 
Experimental theatre of Vassar col- 
lege, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 3274 

Pete's last wheeze ; a melodramatic 
burlesque in 1 act. by Douglas Nel- 
son. Cincinnati, O., San Francisco, 
Calif., 1933. 7 p. 12mo. © Apr. 3, 
1933 ; 2 c. May 26 ; D 22625 ; Banner 
play bureau, inc., San Francisco. 

3275 

Pfalzer wein. See Republik fur einen 
tag. 

Phaeton ; a play in 1 act. by M. M. 

Coxe. © 1 c. May 11, 1933; D 

22414 ; Maria M. Coxe, Philadelphia. 

3276 

Phil Heckelstine ; a play in 2 acts, by 
Robert N. Robbins. © 1 c. May 2, 
1933; D 22229; Robert N. Robbins, 
New York. 3277 

Piccola (Una) bugia a fin di bene; 
ovvero, II diluvio. farsa in 3 atti, di 
U. Betti. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1933; D 
22205; Ugo Betti, Rome. 3278 

Picture (The) of Dorian Gray: by 
Oscar Wilde, photoplay by S. B. 
Ben-Ami. © 1 c. May 9, 1933; D 
22559; Slava Estriu Ben-Ami, New 
York. 3279 

Pig-headed. See Death valley days. 

Pioneers — Great moments in the his- 
tory of Seattle and Puget Sound; 
Episode 28. A legend of the Olym- 
pic Peninsula, a radio series, by 
H. L. Chevigny. © 1 c. May 5, 
1933 ; D 22323 ; Hector L. Chevigny, 
Seattle. 3280 



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Piper paid ; a play in 3 acts, by Sarah 
B. Smith and Viola Brothers Shore 
[i. e. V. B. S. Braxton] © 1 c. May 
9, 1933; D 22595; Viola Brothers 
Shore Braxton, New York. 3281 

Pippa passes. See Poems. 

Plays of a half-decade; [11 plays in 
one volume by eleven authors. Lon- 
don, 1933] 1008 p. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — Journey's end, by R. C. Sher- 
riff. — Young Woodley, by John Van 
Druten. — The lady with a lamp, by 
Reginald Berkeley. — Many waters, 
by Monckton Hoffe. — The Barretts 
of Wimpole street, by Rudolf Be- 
sier. — The improper duchess, by 
James B. Fagan. — To see ourselves, 
by E. M. Delafleld.— After all, by 
John Van Druten. — Autumn crocus, 
by C. L. Anthony. — Musical chairs, 
by Ronald Mackenzie . — The rose 
without a thorn, by Clifford Bax. 
© Apr. 3, 1933; 1 c. Apr. 29; D 
22329 ; Victor Gollancz, ltd., London. 
3282 

Poems ; by Robert Browning. New 
York [1932] ixp., 1 1., 301 p. 16mo. 
Dramatic contents. — Pippa passes. — 
In a balcony. © Nov. 1, 1932; 2 c. 
Dec. 15 ; aft. Mar. 27, 1933 ; A 60806 ; 
Walter J. Black, inc., New York. 

3282* 

Poetry (The) contest; a dramatic 
phantasy in 3 acts, with a prologue 
and epilogue (staged on paper) by 
Henry Brenner. St. Meinrad, Ind., 
The Raven [1932] 118 p., 11. 12mo. 
© Sept. 15, 1932 ; 2 c. Dec. 19 ; aff. 
Mar. 27, 1933; AA 120657; Henry 
Brenner, St. Meinrad, Ind. 3283 

Pony (The) express; a sketch, by H. 
Colbert. (The stamp merry-go- 
round) © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; D 
22521 ; Helenita Colbert, Chicago, 

3284 

Poor man's riches; a farce-comedy in 
3 acts, by L. M. Piccirillo. © 1 c. 
May 23, 1933; D 22565; Louis M. 
Piccirillo, San Francisco. 3285 

Poor white folks; a play, by Lasses 
White [i. e. L. White] © 1 c. May 
25, 1933; D 22618; Le Roy White, 
Dallas. 3286 

Pot (The) of gold; a play in 4 acts, 
by M. D. Auten, adapted from the 
story of the same name by Mary E. 
Wilkins. © 1 c. May 22, 1933; D 
22547; Myra D. Auten, Oak Park, 
111. 3287 



Predatory females; a play in 3 acts, 
by G. Ney. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1933 ; D 
22162; Gisela Ney, Carmel, Calif. 

3288 

Preston & Pratt — partners. See Death 
valley days. 

Princess Cinderella ; a comedy with 
music in 3 acts, by Jane Cozzens 
Rosser. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 
1933 ; D 22456 ; Thomas Wilkes, Los 
Angeles. 3289 

Privately printed ; a travesty in a pro- 
log and 1 act, by Bruce Barnes Mc- 
Connell, edited by Claude Merton 
Wise. Evanston, 111., New York 
[etc., 1933] 54 p. 12mo. ([The 
Gateway series of tested plays] ) 
© Jan. 12, 1933; 2 c. May 1; D 
22517 ; Row, Peterson and co., 
Evanston, 111. 3290 

Prize-fighter's (A) dream; a sketch in 
1 act, by Joe Fox [i. e. J. W. Fox] 
© 1 c. May 31, 1933 ; D 22674 ; Jo- 
seph William Fox, New York. 3291 

Prophecy (The) ; by Claudia Hatch. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1933. 2 p. 1., 
3-18 numb. 1. 4to. (Vassar Experi- 
mental theatre plays) © Apr. 1, 
1933; 2 c. May 12; D 22408; Ex- 
perimental theatre of Vassar col- 
lege, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 3292 

Punching ball ; piece en 3 actes, en 
vers, par A. de Badet. © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1933 ; D 22206 ; Andre de Badet, 
Neuilly (Seine) France. 3293 

Puppet; a play in 3 acts, by F. Kra- 
mer. © 1 c. May 16, 1933 ; D 22471 ; 
Florence Kramer, Lynn, Mass. 3294 

Purely platonic; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by George Seaton [pseud, of G. E. 
Stenius] © 1 c. May 5, 1933: D 
22325; George Edward Stenius, De- 
troit. 3295 

Puritanical (A) new deal in two 
shuflles. See Out of the blues. 

Quit your Stalin ; a satire with music, 
about Russia, in a prologue and 2 
acts, by S. B. Robinson. Text. © 
1 c. May 20, 1933 ; D 22530 ; Seymour 
B. Robinson, New York. 3296 

Raddiho; a revue in 2 acts, by I. J. 
Silverstone. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1933 ; 
D 22199; Isadore J. Silverstone, 
Jackson Heights, N.Y. 3297 

Radio magic ; a play, by E. White. © 
1 c. Apr. 1, 1933 ; D 22331 ; Eugenia 
White, Oklahoma City, Okl. 3298 



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Radio Stardust ; Episode no. 1 ; a serial 
drama for radio presentation, by 
I. Phillips. © 1 c. May 26, 1933; 
D 22620; Irna Phillips, Chicago. 

3299 

Radio station E. Z. R. A.; Episodes 

1-25, a comedy playlet, by P. J. 

Barrett. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1933; D 

22276; Patrick J. Barrett, Chicago. 

3300 

Rambling (The) reporter and his 
wife ; Reginald Allen, by Ruth Mc- 
Kigney and H. Gold. © 1 c. May 2, 
1933 ; D 22371 ; Harold Gold, Jersey 
City. 3301 

Raw material ; a play in 1 net, by 
G. Waldron. © 1 c. May 29, 1933; 
D 22652 ; Grace Waldron, Altadena, 
Calif. 3302 

Ray (The) ; story of a criminologist 
in 3 acts, by Major C. E. Russell. 
© 1 c. May 15, 1933; D 22464; 
Charles E. Russell, East Orange, 
N.J. 3303 

Reginald Allen. See Rambling (The) 
reporter and his wife. 

Rendkiviili kiadas; vigjatek 3 fel- 
vonasban, irta : Gaspar Miklos [i. e. 
Miklos Gaspar] Budapest, 1933. 
p. 107-132, [4] Svo. © Apr. 1, 1933 ; 
1 c. Apr. 26; D 22189; Alexander 
Marton, Budapest, Hungary. 3304 

Reparation ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Granton House [pseud, of T. G. 
Jones] © 1 c. May 27, 1933; D 
22635; Thomas Griffith Jones, New 
York. 3305 

Republik fur einen tag; (Pfalzer weiu) 
volksstiick in 5 bildern, von Fried- 
rich Norten. © 1 c. May 11, 1933; 
D 22506 ; Drei masken verlag, a.-g., 
Berlin. 3306 



Rette, sich, wer kann ! ein satiri 
spiel in 3 akten, von Carl-Robert 
Guenther [pseud] © 1 c. Apr. 29, 
1933; D 22364; Paul Westphal, 
Berlin. 3307 

Return (The) of the tarts; a play in 
1 act, by M. V. Couse. © 1 c. May 2, 
1933; D 22453; Mabel Virginia 
Couse, Hudson, N.Y. 3308 

Return (The) of the white gods; a 
play-pageant in 10 scenes, by B. T. 
Ring. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1933; D 
225!)4; Barbara T. Ring, Miami 
Beach, Fla. 3309 

Reverie of policeman ; a ballet in 3 
acts, by Humbert Wolfe. London, 



Victor Gollancz, ltd.. 1933. 127 p. 
12mo. © Apr. 3, 1933 ; 1 c. Apr. 29 ; 
D 22213 ; Humbert Wolfe, London. 
3310 

Reveries of a novelist ; Vignettes of 
the Pacific coast. Novelette no. 1, 
a series of radio novelettes, by E. 
Clapham. © 1 c. May 20. 1933 : D 
22531; Emilia Clapham. Berkeley, 
Calif. 3311 

Rich man's panic of 1903. See Amer- 
ica carries on. 

Richard of Bordeaux ; a play in 2 
acts [by] Gordon Daviot. London, 
Victor Gollancz ltd., 1933. 120 p. 
12mo. © Mar. 6, 1933 ; 1 c. Apr. 29 ; 
D 22431; Elizabeth Mackintosh, In- 
verness, Scotland. 3312 

Ride (The) of Billy Phillips. See 
Great moments in history. 

Rinkusses (The); Episodes 1, 8; a 
radio comedy, by C. W. Shafer. © 

1 c. each May 15, 1933; D 22465, 
22466; Chester Werntz Shafer, 
New York. 3313, 3314 

Ritual no. 421 of Royal order of 
jesters ; as revised and approved by 
the Ritual committee 1928, by Eu- 
gene LeMoyne Connelly. © 1 c. 
Apr. 27, 1933; D 22435; National 
court Royal order of jesters, Eliza- 
beth, N. J. 3315 

Road closed ; a play in 1 act, by P. 
Stevenson. © 1 c. May 29, 1933; 
D 22657; Philip Stevenson, Santa 
Fe, N. M. 3316 

Roger comes to stay ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Buddy Ebsen [i. e. C. L. Ebsen] 
and P. Coldrick. © 1 c. May 13, 
1933; D 22593; C. Ludolf Ebsen and 
Patrick Coldrick, New York. 3317 

Romance (The) of Maria Magdalina 
Di Angelia ; a play in 36 scenes, by 
F. Vives. © 1 c. May 24. 1933; D 
22584; Florence Vives. Hollywood, 
Calif. 3318 

Roosevelt's (The) rescue of the Anti- 
noe. See Great moments in history. 

Roses for the King; a Christmas play 
[by] Clementia [pseud, of Sister 
Mary Edward Feehan] Chicago, 111., 
1932. 10 p. 16mo. © Oct. 24. 1932 ; 

2 c. Apr. 29, 1933; D 22146: Sisters 
of mercy of the union, Chicago. 

3319 

Ruby; a drama in a prologue and 3 
acts, by Lea Freeman. © 1 c. May 
17, 1933; D 22496; Metro-Goldwvn- 



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3343 



Mayer corporation, Culver City, 
Calif. 3320 

Rufen sie herrn Plim ! oper in einem 
aufzug von Kurt Robitschek u. Mar- 
cellus Schiffer, musik von Mischa 
Spoliansky. Regie- und soufflierbuch. 
Text. © 1 c. May 3, 1933 ; D 22270 ; 
Drei rnasken musik, g. m. b. h., Ber- 
lin. 3321 

Runaway (The) clogs. See Circus 
train that got stuck. 

Sadie Lou; or, Teddy, lyrics by Bob 
White [i. e. R. White] and J. Aloi 
and R. Romano. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 
4, 1933; D 22258; Josephine Aloi, 
Los Angeles, Robert White and 
Ralph Romano, Comstock, N. Y. 

3322 

San Bias (The) code; a play in 1 act, 
by J. A. Thompson. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1933 ; D 22268 ; James Alden Thomp- 
son, Mill Valley, Calif. 3323 

Sanctuary ; a drama in 3 acts, by M. H. 
Doorly. © 1 c. May 1, 1933; D 
22454 ; Margaret Hitchcock Doorly, 
Omaha. 3324 

Satan's holiday; a farce in 3 acts, by 

D. Conners. © 1 c. May 23, 1933; 

D 22564 ; Dan Conners, Los Angeles. 

3325 

Satan's (The) path ; a play in 6 acts, 
by B. W. Travnikoff. © 1 c. May 8, 
1933; D 22633; Basil Wm. Travni- 
koff, Hollywood, Calif. 3326 

Say ; Ah ! intimate musical comedy li- 
bretto in 3 acts, by Rudolf Lothar, 
adapted into English, by Barre Dun- 
bar [i. e. William L. Dunbar] Text. 
© 1 c. May 12, 1933; D 22427; Wm. 
L. Dunbar, New York. 3327 

Schliisselloch (Das) ; komodie in 3 
aufziigen, von Endre Kadar. © 1 c. 
Apr. 18, 1933; D 22212; Alexander 
Marton, Budapest, Hungary. 3328 

Schnozzle De Bergerac; by Moreen 
Carrion. © 1 c. May 2, 1933; D 
22486; Moreen Rappaport, New 
York. 3329 

School days ; a sketch, by Ruth Hall. 
© 1 c. May 18, 1933; D 22511 ; Ruth 
A. Hall, Sergeant Bluff, la. 3330 

Sealed fast ; a mystery melodrama in 
3 acts, by G. T. Jennings. © 1 c. 
May 5, 1933; D 22316; Gerard T. 
Jennings, Brooklyn. 3331 

Second (The) and the third; a play in 
3 acts, by H. Drimer. © 1 c. May 
24, 1933; D 22576; Henry Drimer. 
New York. 3332 



See America first ; a farce satire, by 
Phyllis Clare Flannery. Poughkeep- 
sie, N. Y., 1933. 3 p. 1., 2-22 numb. 
1., 1 1. diagrs. 4to. (Vassar Ex- 
perimental theatre plays) © Apr. 
1, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; D 22404 ; Ex- 
perimental theater of Vassar college, 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 3333 

Sell 'em short; a play in 3 acts, by 
T. E. Gregory. © 1 c. May 29, 1933 ; 
D 22665; Thomas E. Gregory, New 
York. 3334 

Seminole stories ; Episode 1, a series 
of radio sketches, by A. D. Cole. © 
1 c. May 15, 1933 ; D 22463 ; Alonzo 
Deen Cole, New York. 3335 

Seven keys to Paradise. See Lord 
Winterbottom's dilemma. 

Shadow of a dream ; a play in prologue 
and 3 acts, by J. Leiser. © 1 c. 
May 31, 1933 ; D 22672 ; Joseph Lei- 
ser, Augusta, Ga. 3336 

She canna perish ; a play of the Lab- 
rador coast, by Florence Clothier. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1933. 2 p. 1., 2- 
22 numb. 1. 4to. (Vassar Experi- 
mental theatre plays). © Apr. 1, 
1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; D 22402 ; Experi- 
mental theatre of Vassar college, 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 3337 

She wanted a garden ; a play, by M. 
Lillich. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1933; D 
22262; Margaret Lillich, Bellevue, 
Pa. 3338 

Shut that door; a comedy in 4 acts, 
by Helene Kjeldsen. © 1 c. May 
31, 1933; D 22678; Helene Marie 
Kjeldsen, Princeton, Fla. 3339 

Sibyl and daughter, ltd. ; or, Essence 
of Cleopatra, a play in 3 acts, by 
C. Briggs. © 1 c. May 19, 1933 ; D 
22562 ; Charles Briggs, Cleveland. 

3340 

Silbersee (Der) ; ein wintermarchen 
von Georg Kaiser, musik von Kurt 
Weill. Klavierauszug [mit text] 
Wien, Leipzig, 1933. 144 p. fol. © 
Feb. 8, 1933 ; 1 c. Mar. 16 ; D 28450 ; 
Universal-edition, a.g., Vienna. 

3341 

Silver (The) circle; a drama in 3 acts, 
by A. C. Kennedy. © 1 c. May 16, 
1933; D 22469; Alfred C. Kennedy, 
New York. 3342 

Sir Raffles ; a play in 4 acts, adapted 
by J. Menchen, from the stories by 
E. W. Hornung. © 1 c. May 2. 
1933 ; D 22244 ; Joseph Menchen. Los 
Angeles. 3343 



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Sister Sally ; a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by Pauline Phelps. Boston [1933] 
118 p. diagr. 12 mo. © Apr. 12, 
1933 ; 2 c. May 1 ; D 22172 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 3344 

Sixth avenue; a comedy-drama of 
New York's famous labor market in 

3 acts, with prologue, by M. C. Bry- 
an. © 1 c. May 10, 1933 ; D 22395 ; 
Maurie Collins Bryan, Brooklyn. 

3345 

Sky high ; a musical comedy in 5 
scenes, by M. Olson and H. Olson. 
© 1 c. Apr. 27, 1933 ; D 28446 ; Mor- 
ris Olson and Henry Olson, Fargo, 
N. D. 3346 

Sky (The) will be lit up; a play in 3 
acts, by Janet Hartmann and Hal- 
lie Flanagan, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 
The Experimental theatre, Vassar 
college [1933] 2 p. 1., 2-53 numb. 1. 

4 to. (Vassar Experimental thea- 
tre plays) © Apr. 1, 1933; 2 c. 
Apr. 13 ; D 22407 ; Janet Hartmann, 
Somerville, N. J., and Hallie F. 
Flanagan, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

3347 

Slag; a tragedy in 9 scenes with chor- 
al interludes, by M. R. Goble. Text. 
© 1 c. May 27, 1933 ; D 22640 ; Mar- 
ion Rose Goble, Pasadena. 3348 

Smile a while ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
I. J. Crandall. © 1 c. May 24, 1933 ; 
D 22575; Irene Jean Crandall, Chi- 
cago. 3349 

Smithy's new deal ; a satire in 3 acts, 
by Patrick Timothy O'Mara. © 1 c. 
May 20, 1933; D 22536; Patrick T. 
O'Mara, Baltimore, Md. 3350 

Snap your fingers; a musical comedy 
in 2 acts, by Jim Marshall [i.e. 
J. D. Marshall] Music and lyrics, by 
Gene Thornton, Campbell Chapman 
and Jim Marshall. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 
1933; D 28445; James D. Marshall, 
Kansas City, Mo. 3351 

Soir (Un . .) de reveillon . .; operette 
en 2 actes et 10 tableaux de Paul 
Armont et Marcel Gerbidon, musi- 
que de Moretti, complets de Jean 
Boyer. Paris, 1933. 1 p. 1., 146 p. 
4 to. Livret. © Mar. 1, 1933 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 12; D 22187; Editions Sala- 
bert, Paris. 3352 

Solly Ward. See Five star theatre. 
Solly Ward and his Kickers' club. See 
Five star theatre. 

Some of Shakespeare's lady friends ; 
a skit, by H. V. Boswell. © 1 c. 



May 31, 1933 ; D 22676 ; Helen Var- 
ick Boswell, New York. 3353 

Some people live; a drama in 3 acts, 
by H. I. Young. © 1 c. May 13, 
1933; D 22439; Howard Irving 
Young, Paris. 3354 

Son of Abraham ; a play. [Curtiss, 
Wis.. 1933] 11 numb. 1. diagr. fol. 
© Apr. 8, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 11; D 
22253; Charles William Bush, Cur- 
tiss, Wis. 3355 

Song (The) and the story; dramatiza- 
tion of a song, by B. Miller. © 1 c. 
Feb. 11, 1933; D 22591; Beatrice 
Miller, Philadelphia. 3356 

Sour (The) grapes club; a collegiate 
comedy in 3 acts, by Bernice Hardy. 
Boston [1933] SO p. diagr. 12 mo. 
© Apr. 17, 1933; 2 c. May 1; D 
22169 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 
3357 

Spinnstube ; em ungarisches lebens- 
bild aus Siebenbiirgen/Szekely fono, 
daljatek 1 felvonasban [von] Zoltan 
Kodaly, deutscher text von dr. 
Benedikt Szabolesi. Partitur. Wien, 
Leipzig [1933] 1 p. 1., 206 p. fol. 
© Jan. 19, 1933; 1 c. Mar. 16; D 
28453 ; Universal-edition, a. g., Vi- 
enna. 3358 

Spook island ; a short 3-act play for 
boys, by Samuel S. Richmond. Bos- 
ton, 1933. 26 p. 12 mo. © Apr. 
5, 1933 ; 2 c. May 1 ; D 22166 : Wal- 
ter H. Baker co., Boston. 3359 

Sposalizio fatale ; ovvero, II condan- 
nato no. 909, EpisSdios 1-38, dramma 
musicale scritto dal comm. C. Giglio. 
Text. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1933 ; D 22433 ; 
Clemente Giglio, Brooklyn. 3360 

Spread eagle. See 145, Wall street. 

Spring on Wyn Hill ; a play in 2 parts, 
by F. Sladen-Smith. London, H. F. 
W. Deane & sons The Year book 
press ltd. ; Boston, The Baker inter- 
national play bureau [1933] x, 45 
p. plate., diagrs. 8vo. (The Year 
book press series of plays) Con- 
tains music. © Apr. 24, 1933; 1 c. 
May 3; D 22452; F. Sladen-Smith, 
Fallowfield, Manchester, England. 

3361 

Squaring the circle ; a farce in 3 acts, 
by Valenty Kataev, tr. from the 
Russian, by H. Brownstein. © 1 c. 
May 1, 1933; D 22224; Herman 
Brownstein, Los Angeles. 3362 

Steam (The) locomotive. See Great 
engineering achievements. 



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no. 5, 1933 



3391 



Stepping out; a serio-comic play in 3 
acts, by H. J. Dodgson. © 1 c. May 
24, 1933; D 22578; Harry J. Dodg- 
son, Rochester, N. Y. 3363 

Stowaway is death ; melo-drama in 3 
acts, by S. E. Dockrell. ©lc, May 
19, 1933; D 22526; Samuel Edge 
Dockrell, Wethersfield, Conn. 3364 

Strange (A) coincidence; by D. La 
Shan. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1933; D 
22487 ; Daisy La Shan, New York. 

3365 

Strangers ; a comedy in 3 acts, by E. B. 
Brunner. © 1 c. May 29, 1933; D 
22663; Emma Beatrice Brunner, 
New York. 3366 

Student tourist; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. B. Wylie. © 1 c. May 9, 1933; 
D 22389 ; Eugenia B. Wylie, Granite 
Springs, N. Y. 3367 

Studios ; a 3-act play, by Shelley 
Brackman [pseud, of Rochelle Dor- 
othy Politziner Brackman] © 1 c. 
May 9, 1933; D 22376; Rochelle 
Brackman, Noank, Conn. 3368 

Summer afternoon ; a play in 1 act, by 
L. E. Dunlap. © 1 c. May 26, 1933 ; 
D 22658; Loraine Estee Dunlap, 
Greenwich, Conn. 3369 

Sunrise to sundown ; a play, by LeRoy 
(Lasses) White [i. e. L. White] © 
1 c. May 25, 1933 ; D 22617 ; LeRoy 
White, Dallas. 3370 

Surprise in the portico ; a comedy in 1 
act, by F. Sladen-Smith. London, 
H. F. W. Deane & sons The Year 
book press ltd. ; Boston, Mass., The 
Baker international play bureau 
[1933] 16 p. 12mo. (The Year 
book press series of plays) © Apr. 
18, 1933; 1 c. May 2; D 22362; F. 
Sladen-Smith, Fallowfield, Manches- 
ter, England. 3371 

Svapnavasavadatta of B h a s a. See 
Dream (The) of Vasavadatta. 

Swamps (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. H. Dunmore and B. DesVerney. 
© 1 c. May 2, 1933 ; D 22252 ; James 
H. Dunmore, Winfield, L. I., N. Y., 
and B. DesVerney, New York. 3372 

Swell party ; an original screen-drama 
with dialog and action, by R. Shel- 
don. © 1 c. May 19, 1933 ; D 22527 ; 
Roy Sheldon, New York. 3373 

Szekely fono. See Spinnstube. 

Tangled trails ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Eugene H. Blake. © 1 c. May 27, 
1933; D 22647; Madge Mays Blake. 
Greenwood, S. C. 3374 



Tarzan of the apes ; Episode nos. 161- 
169, a series of radio sketches, by 
Edgar Rice Burroughs. © 1 c. each 
May 6, 1933 ; D 22339-22347 ; Edgar 
Rice Burroughs, inc., Tarzana, Calif. 
3375-3383 

Tea-time (The) topic; a comedy in 1 
act, by Marda Mackendrick. Cin- 
cinnati, O., San Francisco, Calif., 
1933. 18 p. 12mo. © May 20, 1933 ; 
2 c. May 26 ; D 22622 ; Banner play 
bureau, inc., San Francisco. 3384 



Teddy. 



Sadie Lou. 



Teddy and partner; piece en 3 actes 
[par] Yvan Noe [pseud, of Jean 
Noetinger] Paris, 1933. 33, [2] p. 
4to. ([La Petite illustration, no. 
617]) © Mar. 11, 1933; 1 c. Apr. 
26; D 22184; Jean Noetinger, St- 
Cloud (S. & O.) France. 3385 

Tents (The) of Kedar ; a play in 1 act, 
by A. M. Hookins. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 
1933; D 22261; Adelbert Mitchell 
Hookins, Santa Ana, Calif. 3386 

Test (A) of metal; a play in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by H. C. Blooming- 
dale. © 1 c. May 6, 1933 ; D 22338 ; 
Hiram C. Bloomingdale, New York. 
3387 

That's women ; or, Love him anyway ; 
a comedy in 3 acts, by K. Entrikin. 
© 1 c. Apr. 29, 1933; D 22226; 
Knowles Entrikin, W. Brattleboro, 
Vt. 3388 

That was Balzac; a play in 9 scenes 
and a prologue, by G. Middleton. © 
1 c. May 8, 1933 ; D 22349 ; George 
Middleton, New York. 3389 

Theatre espagnol ; t. 2. Tirso de 
Molina — Ruiz de Alarcon; introduc- 
tion, traduction et notes, par Etienne 
Vauthier. Paris [1932] 2 p. 1., 
205 p. front, (port.) 16mo. (Les 
cent chefs-d'oeuvre etrangers) Con- 
tents. — Le seducteur de Seville et le 
convive de pierre, de Tirso de Mo- 
lina. — La verity suspecte, de Ruiz de 
Alarcon. © Oct. 15, 1932 ; 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1933; A— Foreign 19264; La 
Renaissance du livre, Paris. 3389* 

There's always a woman ; a play in 3 
acts, by A. D. Williams. © 1 c. 
May 18, 1933 ; D 22606 ; A. D. Wil- 
liams, New York. 3390 

They called it a honeymoon; 3-act 
comedy, by L. A. W. Jarrell. © 
1 c. May 12, 1933 ; D 22428 ; Lamira 
A. Williams Jarrell, Topeka, Kan. 

3391 



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3392 



pt. i, n. s., v. 6 



They shall not die; a play in 3 acts, 

by J. Wexley. © 1 c. May 24, 1933 ; 

D 22582; John Wexley, New York. 

3392 

Thin ice ; a comedy in 1 act, by Noel 
Walters [pseud, of Nell H. Beier- 
waltes] Boston [1933] 18 p. 12mo. 
© Apr. 5, 1933; 2 c. May 1; D 
22165 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 
3393 

This life — Why come? — Whither goest? 
a play by W. S. Martin. © 1 c. 
Apr. 13, 1933; D 22372; Walter S. 
Martin, Georgetown, Tex. 3394 

This very day ; a musical satire in 3 
acts, by P. A. Dolan. Text. © 1 c. 
May 17, 1933; D 22499; Peter A. 
Dolan, Brooklyn. 3395 

Those who love them best ; a drama in 
3 acts, by M. Smith. © 1 c. May 13, 
1933; D 22450; Matthew Smith, 
New York. 3396 

Thought's (The) the thing; a play in 
3 acts, by M. Hungerford. © 1 c. 
May 18, 1933 ; D 22514 ; Mary Hun- 
gerford, New York. 3397 

Thousand (The) and one nights. See 
Arabian nights. 

Three generations; a play in 4 acts, 
by J. Bard. © 1 c. May 4, 1933 ; D 
22369; John Bard, Brooklyn. 3398 

Three (The) old cronies; Episodes 
1-7, and Synopsis, a radio program, 
by L. E. Wettling. © 1 c. May 1, 
15, 1933 ; D 22217, 22492 ; L. Eugene 
Wettling, Evanston, 111. 3399,3400 

Throw the rascals out; or. Welfare 
island, a play in 3 acts, by Samuel 
Ornitz and J. Bright. © 1 c. Apr. 
8, 1933; D 22194; Samuel Badisch 
Ornitz, and John Bright, Los An- 
geles. 3401 

Thru' the looking glass; a series of 
radio sketches on character analysis, 
by Sylvia Wilcox. © 1 c. May 1, 
1933; D 22333; J. Lester Razey, 
Ozone Park, L. I., N. Y. 3402 

Tisztelet a kivetelnek ; vigjatSk 3 
felvonasban, irta : Boross Elem6r 
[i. e. Elemer Boross] Budapest, 
1933. p. 109-130. Svo. © Apr. 8, 
1933 ; 1 c. Apr. 26 ; D 22188 ; Alex- 
ander Marton, Budapest. 3403 

To oblige a lady; a comedy in 5 
scenes, by F. C. Davison. © 1 c. 
May 13, 1933; D 22449; Frank C. 
Davison, New York. 3404 



Tolminec; tragedija iz zivljenja [in 3 
dejanje, irta:] Solkanov [pseud, of 
A. Kobal] Ilustrirala : Nada Go- 
landa. [New York. 1933] 93 p. 
illus. 16mo. © Apr. 7, 1933: 2 c. 
Apr. 10; D 22178; Andrew Kobal, 
New York. 3405 

Tomorrow's another day : a play in 3 
acts, by J. Willard. © 1 c. May 5. 
1933; D 22318; John Willard. New 
York. 3406 

Troll hill ; [a play in 1 act, by] Eleanor 
Phelps. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1933. 

3 p. 1., 2-16 numb. 1. 4to. (Vassar 
Experimental theatre plays) © 
Apr. 1, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; D 22399 ; 
Experimental theatre of Vassar col- 
lege, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 3407 

Trompeter von Sackingen. See Liebe 
am Rhein. 

Truest (The) story ever told; or, 
Hunting for a job, a radio play in 

4 acts, by J. Zdarsky. © 1 c. May 
10, 1933 ; D 22596 ; Joseph Zdarsky, 
Buffalo. 3408 

Turn (The) in the road; a play in 3 
acts, by Janet Campbell (pseud, of 
J. C. Shinn] © 1 c. May 24, 1933 ; 
D 22587 ; Jeannette Campbell Shinn, 
New York. 3409 

Turn on the heat; a play in 3 acts, 
by C. M. Sharpsten. © 1 c. May 
16, 1933; D 22472; Charles Mac- 
Dowell Sharpsten, Los Angeles. 

3410 

Twinkette (The) ; by dementia 
[pseud, of Sister Mary Edward Fee- 
han] (With One of His little ones 
and Frolic of the bees and butter- 
flies, by dementia [pseud.] Chi- 
cago, 111., 1933. 13 p. 12mo. Con- 
tains music) © Jan. 16, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 29 ; D 22147 ; Sisters of mercy 
of the union, Chicago. 3411 

Two kinds o' women ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. A. Fields, and R. E. Smith. 
© 1 c. May 26. 1933 ; D 22614 ; Jo- 
seph A. Fields, Los Angeles, and 
Ralph Eden Smith, New York. 3412 

Unknown (The) quantity; a play in 3 
acts, by A. C. Flexner. © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1933; D 22202; Anne Crawford 
Flexner, New York. 3413 

Venus in seide ; operette in 3 akten, 
von Alfred Griinwald nnd Ludwig 
Herzer, musik von Robert Stolz. 
Vollstiindiges regiebuch. Berlin, Al- 
robi musikverlag, 1933. 5 p. 1., 10- 
110 p. illus., diagrs. 8vo. Text. 



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no. 5, 1933 



3436 



© Jan. 27, 1933; 1 c. May 3; D 
22287 ; Doremi musikverlag, a.-g., 
Basel, Switzerland. 3414 

Verlobung ini traurn ; oper in 2 akten 
nach einer novelle von Dostojewsky, 
von Rudolf Fuchs und Rudolf 
Thomas. Musik von Hans Krasa. 
Klavierauszug mit text von Erwin 
Stein. Wien, Leipzig, 1933. 1 p. 1., 
293 p. fol. © Jan. 27, 1933; 1 c. 
Mar. 16 ; D 28451 ; Universal-edition, 
a. g, Vienna. 3415 

Victoria ; a play in 4 acts, by K. Nor- 
ris. © 1 c. May 11, 1933 ; D 22413 ; 
Kathleen Norris, Palo Alto, Calif. 

3416 

Victoria and Albert ; a historical 
drama in 4 acts, by G. A. Wilson. 
© 1 c. May 29, 1933; D 22664; 
George A. Wilson, London. 3417 

Victory ; a play in 3 acts, by D. Hertz. 
© 1 c. Apr. 21, 1933 ; D 22204; David 
Hertz, New York. 3418 

Vignettes of the Pacific coast. See 
Reveries of a novelist. 

Viper (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Hans R. Dilling. © 1 c. May 1, 
1933 ; D 22330 ; Anna Dilling, Cleve- 
land. 3419 

Vol (Le) nuptial; comedie en 3 actes, 
by F. de Croisset. © 1 c. May 10, 
1933 ; D 22484 ; Francis de Croisset, 
Paris. 3420 

Wallace Philip; patriotic play by M. 
Milagro. Compton, Cal., Dominguez 
seminary [1933] 51 p. 12mo. © 
Apr. 1, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 29 ; D 22327 ; 
Manuel Milagro, Compton, Calif. 

3421 

Washington at Valley Forge. See 
Great moments in history. 

Watch and ward ; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. J. Landry. © 1 c. May 26, 1933 ; 
D 22621 ; Robert John Landry, Chi- 
cago. 3422 

Water and wine; [a play in 1 act] by 
Frances Gordon Strunsky. Pough- 
keepsie, N. Y., 1933. 2 p. 1., 2^-23 
numb. 1. 4to. (Vassar Experimen- 
tal theatre plays) © Apr. 1, 1933; 
2 c. May 12 ; D 22411 ; Experimental 
theatre of Vassar college, Pough- 
keepsie, N. Y. 3423 

Way (The) of life; an Easter panto- 
mime, by K. Harrington. © 1 c. 
Apr. 21. 1933; D 22317; Katharine 
Harrington, Lexington, Mass. 3424 



We humans; Episode 1, a radio pro- 
gram, by Dave Ward. © 1 c. May 
31, 1933; D 22673; David A. Som- 
son, Hollywood, Calif. 3425 

We, the people; a play in 20 scenes, 
by Elmer Rice. New York, Coward- 
McCann, inc. [1933] ix, 253 p. 
front. 12mo. © Apr. 28, 1933 ; 2 c. 
May 4; D 22284; Elmer Rice, New 
York. 3426 

We want the Cantor; a musical com- 
edy in 7 scenes, by L. Gallin. Text. 
© 1 c. May 5, 1933; D 22324; Leo 
Gallin, Cleveland. 3427 

Wedding of the winds; a' play in 4 
acts, by A. L. Zito. © 1 c. May 12, 
1933 ; D 22457 ; Anthony Lange Zito, 
Brooklyn. 3428 

Weg in den morgen ; schauspiel in 7 
bildern, von Otto Paust. © 1 c. 
May 11. 1933 ; D 22523 ; Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin. 3429 

Welfare island. See Throw the ras- 
cals out. 

Wellington ; a play in 5 scenes, by R. 
Millar. © 1 c. May 3, 1933; D 
22282 ; Robins Millar, London. 3430 

Wenn der hahn kraht ; komodie in 3 
akten, von August Hinrichs. © 1 c. 
May 11, 1933 ; D 22508 ; Drei masken 
verlag, a. g., Berlin. 3431 

Whatever she wants; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Arthur Wilmurt. © 1 c. 
May 27, 1933 ; D 22645 ; Arthur Ra- 
nous Wilmurt, New York. 3432 

Whither thou goest; a melodrama in 
3 acts, by M. A. Goldstein. © 1 c. 
May 20, 1933; D 22534; Max A. 
Goldstein, Lakewood, N. J. 3433 

Who's there?; a play in a prologue, 3 
acts and an epilogue, by A. Van Ant- 
werp. © 1 c. May 29, 1933; D 
22661 ; Albert Van Antwerp, Man- 
chester, Calif. 3434 

Whom the gods destroy; a drama in 
3 acts, by M. Armstrong. © 1 c. 
May 5, 1933; D 22354; Maurice 
Armstrong, Los Angeles. 3435 

Willie and the professor. See Circus 
train that got stuck. 

Wishing (The) stick; a play with pro- 
logue and epilogue, by L. E. Rom- 
ney. © 1 c. May 20, 1933 ; D 22535 ; 
Laura Eccles Romney, Ogden, Utah. 
3436 

Witches and witchcraft — Salem, Mas- 
sachusetts. See Great moments in 
history. 



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3437 



pt. I. n. s.. v. 



Without cinema ; a play in 7 scenes, by 
S. Hilder. © 1 c. May 29, 1933 ; D 
22659; Stuart Hilder, Glencarlyn. 
Va. 3437 

Wives (The) and near- wives of Henry 
the Eighth; a skit, by H. V. Bos- 
well. © 1 c. May 31, 1933 ; D 22675 ; 
Helen Varick Boswell, New York. 

3438 

World (The) war and panic of 1920. 
See America carries on. 

World's (The) a stage; a play in 3 
acts, by L. Eyre. © 1 c. May 3, 
1933 ; D 22277 ; Laurence Eyre, New 
York. 3439 

Wreck (The) ; by Molly Day Thacher. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1933. 2 p. I., 
2-12 numb. 1. 4to. (Vassar Experi- 
mental theatre plays) © Apr. 1, 
1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; D 22400 ; Experi- 
mental theatre of Vassar college, 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 3440 

You're lucky if you're killed ; a play 
in 2 acts, with prologue and epilogue, 



text and music by N. M. Craig. © 
1 c. May 17, 1933 ; D 28442 : Norman 
McLeod Craig, Fergus, Canada. 

3441 

Zachary Taylor; a play in 4 acts, by 
R. A. Bate. © 1 c. May 10. 1933; 
D 22628: Richard Alexander Bate, 
Louisville. 3442 

Zwei krawatten ; revuestiick von Georg 
Kaiser, music von Mischa Spolian- 
sky. Regiebuch nach der inszenier- 
ung von Forster-Larrinaga. bearbei- 
tet von Karl Neisser. Berlin, 1929. 
74 p. diagrs. Svo. Text. © Oct. 21, 
1929; 1 c. May 3, 1933; D 22286; 
Alrobi musikverlag, g. m. b. h. 
Berlin. 3443 

145, Wall street ; piece en 3 actes et 5 
tableau adaptee de Spread eagle de 
George S. Brooks et Walter B. Lis- 
ter [par] Eve Curie. Paris, 1933. 
38, [2] p. front, illus. 4to. ([La 
Petite illustration, no. 616]) © 
Mar. 4, 1933 ; 1 c. Apr. 19 ; D 22180 ; 
Eve Curie, Paris. 3444 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalogue 
since Jan. 1, 1933 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 2,313 unpublished) 2,595 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages 160 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 39 unpublished) 60 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages 30 

Total 2.845 



156 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 
1909 



Cupid and the lady ; additional lyrics, 
by A. Burkhart and Aaron S. Hoff- 
man. © Addison Burkhart and 
Minnia Z. Hoffman, % House, Gross- 
man & Vorhous, New York, as the 
co-author, and the widow of one 
of the authors. R 24824, Mar. 28, 
1933. 1 

by A. Burkhardt and Aaron S. 

Hoffman. © Addison Burkhardt 
and Minnia Z. Hoffman, % House, 



Grossman & Vorhaus, New York, as 
the co-author, and the widow of one 
of the authors. R 24827, Mar. 28, 
1933. 2 

Time is money ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Mrs. Hugh Bell and Arthur Cecil. 
© Sir Maurice Hugh Lothian Bell, 
Northallerton, Yorks, England, as 
the child of one of the deceased 
authors. R 24943, Apr. 12, 1933. 3 



157 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Acid (The) test; story by Tom How- 
ard, directed by Aubrey Scotto. 
Reel. © Nov. 27, 1932; 2 c. and 
description May 1, 1933; L 3846; 
Larry Kent productions, inc., New 
York. 3445 

Adorable ; story by Paul Frank and 
Billie Wilder, screen play by George 
Marion, jr. and Jane Storm, directed 
by Wilbelm Dieterle. 9 reels. © 
May 8, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
May 24 ; L 3902 ; Fox film corp., New 
York. 3446 

Algebra, pre-view. Reel. © May 10, 
1933; 2 c. and description May 11; 
M 4041 ; Charles D. Offhouse, Pater- 
son, N. J. 3447 

Ann Caiwer's profession ; from the 
story Rules for wives, screen play 
by Robert Riskin, directed by Ed- 
ward Buzzell. 7 reels. © May 22, 
1933 ; 2 c. May 22 ; description May 
23 ; L 3900 ; Columbia pictures Corp., 
New York. 3448 

Arabian tights. (A Charley Chase 
comedy) 2 reels. © May 8, 1933; 
2 c. and description May 8 ; L 3859 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn Mayer Corp., New 
York. 3449 

Art in the raw ; screen play by Ben 
Holmes and Walter Weems, story by 
and directed by Harry Sweet. 2 
reels. © Feb. 24. 1933 : 2 c. and de- 
scription May 23; L 3898; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 3450 

Avenging (The) phantom. See Phan- 
tom of the air. 

Bali ; by the Van Beuren corp., text by 
Russel Spaulding, narrator Alois 
Havrilla. (Vagabond adventure 
series) Reel. © Mar. 17, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description May 17 ; M 4051 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
3451 

Barbarian (The) ; screen play and 
dialogue by Anita Loos and Elmer 
Harris, from the story by Edgar Sel- 
wyn, a Sam Wood production. 9 
reels. © May 17, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 



scription May 17; L 3884; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

3452 

Bargain (The) of the century: di- 
rected by Charley Chase. (A Pitts- 
Todd comedy) 2 reels. © May 22, 
1933; 2 c. and description May 22; 
L 3S92 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 3453 

Barking dogs; by Mannie Davis. 
(Aesop's sound fables) Reel. © 
May 18, 1933; 2 c. and description 
May 24; M 4065; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 3454 

Beau Best (Oswald cartoon) Reel. 
© May 17, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion May 18 ; M 4056 ; Universal pic- 
tures corp., New York. 3455 

Beauty on Broadway : story by Sig 
Herzig and H. O. Kusell, directed 
by Monte Brice. 2 reels. © May 
11, 1933; 2 c. May 16; description 
May 12 ; L 3880 ; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 3456 

Betty Boop's May party : animated by 
David Tendlar and William Hen- 
ning, directed by Dave Fleischer. 
Reel. © May 11. 1933 : 2 c. May 11 ; 
description May 12; M 4043; Para- 
mount productions, inc., New York. 
3457 

Boy, oh boy ! ; story and dialogue by 
Ernest Pagano, Ewart Adamson, 
Phil Whitman and Clarence Hen- 
necke, directed by Harry J. Ed- 
wards. 2 reels. © Dec. 25, 1932; 
2 c. and description May 8, 1933; 
L 3858; Educational film exchanges, 
inc., New York. 3458 

Broadway gossip ; reported by Leo 
Donnelly. (Columnist news reel) 1 
reel each. © Frank M. Seltzer. New 
York. 3459-3462 

No. 1. © Sept. 25. 1932; 2 c. and 
description May 5, 1933; M 4023. 
No. 2. © Dec. 11, 1932; 2 c. and 
description May 1, 1933; M 4009. 
No. 3. © Feb. 5, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 15 ; M 4045. 



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no. 5, 1933 



3481 



No. 4. © Mar. 5, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 1 ; M 4010. 

Broadway (The) malady; by Ben Har- 
rison and Manny Gould. (A 
Charles Mintz, Krazy Kat produc- 
tion) Reel. © Apr. 22, 1933; 2 c. 
Apr. 22 ; description May 2 ; M 4014 ; 
Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 3463 

Bubbles and troubles; by Mannie Da- 
vis. (Aesop's sound fables) Reel. 
© Apr. 28, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
May 10; M 4035; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 3464 

Bulloney. (A Flip the frog cartoon) 
Reel. © May 30, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 31 ; M 4077 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., New York. 

3465 

Burned at the steak; written by Mil- 
ler & Lehr, narrated by Lew Lehr. 
(The Great hokum mystery) 2 
reels. © Oct. 16, 1932 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 1, 1933 ; L 3848 ; John- 
nie Walker, New York. 3466 

California ; story by Millard Gibson 
and Gar O'Neil, directed by Aubrey 
Scotto. (The Spirit of the campus) 
Reel. © Mar. 5, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 5 ; M 4024 ; Larry 
Kent productions], inc., New York. 
3467 

Cocktail hour; from the story Pearls 
and emeralds, story by James K. 
McGuinness, additional dialogue by 
Richard Schayer, directed by Victor 
Schertzinger. 8 reels. © May 29, 
1933 ; 2 c. May 29 ; description May 
31 ; L 3909 ; Columbia pictures Corp., 
New York. 3468 

Contrasts in China ; by the Van Beu- 
ren Corp., text by Russell Spaulding, 
narrator Alois Havilla. (Vagabond 
adventure series) Reel. © May 15, 
1933; 2 c. and description May 18; 
M 4057 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 3469 

Cornell ; story by Millard Gibson and 
Gar O'Neil, directed by Aubrey 
Scotto. (The Spirit of the campus) 
Reel. © Dec. 18, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 8, 1933 ; M 4026 ; Larry 
Kent productions], inc., New York. 
3470 

Daughters of the sea. (A FitzPatrick 
traveltalk) Reel. © May 1. 1933 ; 
2 c. and description May 1 ; M 4012 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Maver Corp., New 
York. 3471 

Delicious dishes. How to make them. 
© title and description reed. Apr. 8, 



1933; 16 prints reed. Mar. 24; M 
3943 ; M. & M. distributing co., inc., 
Asbury Park, N. J. 3472 

Desert demons. Reel. © Nov. 27, 
1932 ; 2 c. and description May 1, 
1933 ; M 4006 ; Nathan, Woodward & 
Fairbanks, Universal City, Calif. 

3473 

Devil's (The) brother ; from the comic 
opera Fra Diavolo, produced and di- 
rected by Hal Roach, co-director 
Charles Rogers. 9 reels. © May 4, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description May 5 ; 
L 3855 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 
New York. 3474 

Diplomaniacs ; from an original story 
by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, screen 
play by Joseph L. Mankiewicz and 
Henrv Meyers, directed by William 
A. Seiter. 7 reels. © Apr. 28, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description May 12 ; L 
3868 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., New 
York. 3475 

Dizzy (A) day ; by Harry Bailey. 
(Aesop's sound fables) Reel. © 
May 5, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
May 22; M 4062; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 3476 

Dream stuff; directed by William 
Crowley. 2 reels. © May 11, 1933 ; 
2 c. May 11 ; description May 12 ; L 
3870 ; Paramount productions, inc.. 
New York. 3477 

Drug (A) on the market; story by 
Tom Howard, directed by Aubrey 
Scotto. Reel. © Jan. 22, 1933; 2 
c. and description May 1 ; L 3845 ; 
Larry Kent productions, inc., New 
York. 3478 

Eagle (The) and the hawk; based on 
a story by John Monk Saunders, 
screen play by Bogart Rogers and 
Seton I. Miller, directed by Stuart 
Walker. 8 reels. © May IS, 1933 ; 
2 c. May 18 ; description May 20 ; L 
3888; Paramount productions, inc., 
New York. 3479 

Evil (The) eye conquers; written by 
Miller & Lehr, narrated by Lew 
Lehr. (The Great hokum mystery) 
2 reels. © Jan. 8. 1933, 2 c. and 
description May 1 ; L 3850 ; Johnnie 
Walker, New York 3480 

False (The) alarm; animated by Sid 
Marcus and Art Davis. (A Charles 
Mintz, Scrappy cartoon) Reel. © 
Apr. 28, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 28 ; descrip- 
tion May 10 ; M 4033 ; Screen gems, 
inc., Los Angeles. 3481 



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Farewell to love; by Associated sound 
film industries, based on an original 
story by C. H. Dand, directed by 
Carmine Gallone. 8 reels. © title, 
description and 12 prints reed. May 
17, 1933 ; L 3S81 ; Madison pictures, 
inc., New York. 3482 

Fifty million dollars can't be wrong; 
story by Fred Allen, Harry Tugend 
and Max Hayes, directed by Josepb 
Santley. 2 reels. © May 16, 1933 ; 
2 c. May 13 ; description May 22 ; 
L 3896; Columbia pictures corp.. 
New York. 34S3 

Fra Diavolo. See Devil's (Tbe) broth- 



Gaslit nineties ; written by Miller & 
Lebr, narrated by Lew Lebr. (Do 
you remember) Reel. © Nov. 27, 
1932; 2 c. and description May 8, 
1933 ; M 4027 ; Memories, inc., New 
York. 3484 

Gehetzte menscben. See Hounded 
men. 

Girl (The) in 419; story by Jules 
Furtbman, screen play by P. J. 
Wolfson, Allen Rivkin and Manuel 
Seff, adaptation by P. J. Wolfson 
and Allen Rivkin, directed by Alex- 
ander Hall and George Somnes. 7 
reels. © May 29, 1933; 2 c. May 
29; description May 31; L 3911; 
Paramount productions, inc., New 
York. 3485 

Glad rags to riches ; directed by 
diaries Laniont. (Jack Hays, Baby 
burlesk) Reel. © Feb. 5, 1933; 2 c. 
and description May 3 ; L 3851 ; 
Educational films corp. of America, 
New York. 3486 

Great (The) air meet. See Phantom 
(The) of the air. 

Great (The) spectacle of 1932. © 
title and description reed. Apr. 28. 
1933; 6 prints reed. May 18; M 
4063 ; Frank Swift Rollins, jr., New 
York. 3487 

Happy hobos ; by George Stallings and 
George Rufle. (Tom and Jerry car- 
toons ) Reel. © Mar. 3, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description May 10; M 4036; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
3488 

Hatta Marri ; story and dialogue by 
John A. Waldron, Felix Adler, Ber- 
nie Grossman, Dave Silverstein and 
Harry McCoy, directed by Babe 
Stafford. 2 reels. © July 10, 
1932; 2 c. and description May 15, 



1933; L 3874; Mack Sennett, inc., 
Studio City, Calif. 3489 

Hell below ; adapted by Laird Doyle 
and Raymond L. Schrock from the 
book Pigboats by Commander Ed- 
ward Ellsberg, dialogue by John Lee 
Mahin and John Meehan, directed 
by Jack Conway. 10 reels. © May 
12, 1933; 2 c. and description May 
22; L 3893; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp., New York. 3490 

Highlights of the past; written by 
Miller & Lebr, narrated by Lew Lebr. 
(Do you remember) Reel. © Apr. 
9. 1933 ; 2 c. and description May 4 ; 
M 4019; Memories, inc., New York. 
3491 

His royal shyness ; story and dialogue 
by John A. Waldron, Johnny Grey, 
Jefferson Moffitt and Felix Adler, 
directed by Leslie Pearce. 2 reels. 
© Aug. 28, 1932; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion May 15, 1933; L 3876; Mack 
Sennett, inc., Studio City, Calif. 

3492 

Hodge-podge; no. 107, Out of the or- 
dinary. Reel. © May 9, 1933; 2 
c. May 9; description May 12; M 
4042; Lyman H. Howe films co., 
inc., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 3493 

Hold me tight ; story by Gertrude 
Rigdon, screen play by Gladys Leh- 
man, directed by David Butler. 8 
reels. © May 15, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 24 ; L 3903 ; Fox film 
corp., New York. 3494 

Holland mosaics; by the Van Beuren 
corp. (Vagabond adventure series) 
Reel. © Jan. 20. 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 15; M 4046; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 3495 

Hollywood on parade; no. 10. Reel. 
© May 4, 1933 : 2 c. May 4 ; descrip- 
tion May 6 : M 4025 ; Paramount 
productions, inc., New York. 3496 

Hook and ladder hokum; by Geo. 
Stallings and Tish-Tash. (Tom and 
Jerry cartoons) Reel. © May 5, 
1933; 2 c. and description May 10; 
M 4038; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 3497 

Hounded men (Gehetzte menschen) ; 
by Pascal film co., based on the 
novel by Alfred Machard, English 
adaptation by John Jerrold, directed 
by Friedrich Feher. 9 reels. © 
Feb. 7, 1933; 1 c. May 18; descrip- 
tion May 22 : L 3S97 ; Joseph Krim- 
sky. % of Filmchoice, inc., New 
York. 3498 



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3518 



How to make them. See Delicious 
dishes. 

Hypnotizing for love; written by Mil- 
ler & Lehr, narrated by Lew Lehr. 
(The Great hokum mystery) 2 
reels. © Aug. 21, 1932 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 1, 1933; L 3847; 
Johnnie Walker, New York. 3499 

Idle (An) roomer; no. 1531-32, story 
by Jack Henley and Glen Lambert, 
directed by Alf Goulding. 2 reels. 
© May 17, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
May 18; L 3885; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 3500 

In the clutches of death ; written by 
Miller & Lehr, narrated by Lew 
Lehr. (The Great hokum mystery) 
2 reels. © Nov. 13, 1932; 2 c. and 
description May 1, 1933; L 3849; 
Johnnie Walker, New York. 3501 

India speaks ; dialogue by Norman 
Houston, produced by Walter A. 
Futter. S reels. © May 5, 1933; 
2 c. and description May 9 ; L 3861 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., & The Fut- 
ter corp,, ltd., New York. 3502 

Ireland or bust; by Frank Moser and 
Paul Terry. Reel. © Dec. 25, 1932 ; 
2 c. and description May 1, 1933 ; M 
4002 ; Moser & Terry, New York. 

3503 

Jabs and jolts. (A Sports-eye-view) 
Reel. © May 29, 1933 ; 2 c. May 29 ; 
description May 31; M 4076; Para- 
mount productions, inc., New York. 
3504 

Jo-lo a game of fun. Reel. © title, 
description, and 15 prints reed. May 
24, 1933; L 3901; Jo-lo nites, inc., 
New York. 3505 

Kid's (The) last fight; directed by 
Charles Lamont. Reel. © Mar. 26, 
T933 ; 2 c. and description May 1 ; 
L 3844 ; Educational films corp. of 
America, New York. 3506 

King of the arena ; original story by 
Hal Berger and Ray Bouk, screen 
play by and directed by Alan James. 
7 reels. © May 25, 1933 ; 2 c. and 
description May 26; L 3905; Uni- 
versal pictures Corp., New York. 

3507 

Last (The) mail; by Mannie Davis. 
(Aesop's sound fables) Reel. © 
Mar. 24, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
May 16; M 4050; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 3508 

Lilly Turner; based on a play by 
Philip Dunning and George Abbott, 
screen play by Gene Markey and 



Kathryn Scola, directed by William 
A. Wellman. 7 reels. © May 15, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description May 16 ; 
L 3879 ; First national pictures, inc., 
New York. 3509 

Little (The) giant; original screen 
play by Robert Lord and Wilson 
Mizner, directed by Roy Del Ruth. 

8 reels. © May 1, 1933; 2 c. and 
description May 1; L 3842; First 
national pictures, inc., New York. 

3510 

Local boy mystifies physicians with 
uncanny eye control; by Lloyd F. 
Van Iderstine. © title, description, 
and 2 prints reed. May 15, 1933 ; 
M 4047 ; Samuel N. Van Iderstine, 
Lynden, Wash. 3511 

Made on Broadway; screen play by 
Oourtenay Terrett based on his 
original story Public relations, di- 
rected by Harry Beaumont. 7 reels. 
© May 17, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion May 17; L 3882; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

3512 

March of the years. 2 reels. © Feb. 
21, 1933; 2 c. and description May 
23; L 3899; Louis de Rochemont, 
Darien, Conn. 3513 

Me and my pal ; directed by Charles 
Rogers. (A Laurel and Hardy 
comedy) 2 reels. © May 10, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description May 10 ; L 
3867 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 
New York. 3514 

Mussolini speaks ; described and inter- 
preted by Lowell Thomas, edited and 
compiled by Jack Cohn. 7 reels. © 
May 13, 1933; 2 c. and description 
May 22 ; M 4061 ; Columbia pictures 
corp-, New York. 3515 

Never give a sucker a break; original 
story by Chandler Sprague and 
Howard Emmett Rogers, adaptation 
and dialogue by Bella and Samuel 
Spewack, directed by Jack Conway. 

9 reels. © May 18, 1933; 2 c. and 
description May 18 ; L 3886 ; Metro- 
Goldwvn-Mayer corp., New York. 

3516 
Oh ! Susanna ; by Frank Moser and 
Paul Terry. Reel. © Apr. 2, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description May 1 ; M 4005 ; 
Moser & Terry, New York. 3517 
One track minds ; directed by Gus 
Meins. (A Pitts-Todd comedy) 2 
reels. © May 15, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 15 ; L 3S78 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

3518 



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3519 



pt. i. n. s., v. I 



Out of the ordinary. See Hodge-podge. 

Paramount pictorial ; no. 11. Reel. 
May 18, 1933 ; 2 c. May 18 ; descrip- 
tion May 20; M 4058; Paramount 
production, inc., New York. 3519 

Paramount sound news; no. 70-77. 1 
reel each. © Apr. 5, 8, 12, 15, 19, 
22, 26, 29, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
each May 24; M 4066-4073; Para- 
mount productions, inc., New York. 
3520-3527 
Pathe news. 1 reel each. © Pathe 
news, inc., New York. 3528-3534 

No. 71, 72. © Apr. 1, 5, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description each May 10; M 

4021, 4022. 
No. 73, 74. © Apr. 7, 12, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description each May 10; M 
4039, 4040. 
No. 75, 76. © Apr. 15, 19, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description each May 17; M 
4052, 4053. 
No. 78. © Apr. 26, 1933: 2 c. and 
description May 24 ; M 4064. 
Pathe review ; no. 4, 5, edited by 
Thomas Chalmers. 1 reel each. © 
Feb. 17, Apr. 14, 1933; 2 c. and de- 
scription each May 17; M 4054, 
4055 : Pathe news, inc., New York. 

3535, 3536 
Pearls and emeralds. See Cocktail 
hour. 

Peg o' my heart; adapted by Frances 
Marion from the play by J. Hartley 
Manners, screen play by Frank R. 
Adams, a Robert Z. Leonard produc- 
tion. © May 17, 1933; 2 c. and 
description May 17 ; L 3883 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Maver corp., New York. 

3537 
Phantom (The) of the air; story and 
dialogue by Ella O'Neill, screen play 
by Basil Dickey and George Plymp- 
ton. directed by Ray Taylor. 2 reels 
each. © Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 3538-3540 

Chapter 1, The Great air meet. © 
May 4, 1933 ; 2 c. May 8 ; descrip- 
tion May 6; L 3863. 
Chapter 2, The Secret of the desert ! 
© May 17. 1933 ; 2 c. May 17 ; de- 
scription May 18; L 3887. 
Chapter 3. The Avenging phantom. 
© May 25. 1933 ; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion May 26 ; L 3906. 
Picture snatcher ; based on a story 
by Danny Ahearn, adaptation by 
Allen Rivkin and P. J. Wolfson, dia- 
logue by Ben Markson, directed by 
Lloyd Bacon. 8 reels. © May 1, 



1933 ; 2 c. and description May 1 ; 
L 3843 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 3541 

Pigboats. See Hell below. 

Pirate (The) ship; by Frank Moser 

and Paul Terry. Reel. © Apr. 30, 

1933 ; 2 c. and description May 1 ; 

M 4004; Moser & Terrv. New York. 

3542 

Pirates of the deep. Reel. © Feb. 26, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description May 4 : 
M 4020; Bray pictures Corp., New 
York. 3543 

Poor (The) fish; story by Joseph 
Santley and Harry Clarke, directed 
by Joseph Santley. A Lambs club 
production. 2 reels. © May 1. 
1933 ; 2 c. May 1 ; description May 
22 ; L 3895 ; Columbia pictures corp. 
and The Lambs, New York. 3544 

Public relations. See Made on Broad- 
way. 

Puffs and bustles ; written by Miller 
& Lehr, narrated by Lew Lehr. (Do 
you remember) Reel. © Mar. 12, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description May 1 ; 
M 4011 ; Memories, inc. New York. 
3545 

Puzzled pals ; by George Stallings and 
Frank Sherman. (Tom and Jerry 
cartoons) Reel. © Mar. 31, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description May 10; M 
4037; RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New 
York. 3546 

Quiet (A) night; story by W. P. Hack- 
ney and James W. Home, directed 
by James W. Horne. 2 reels. © 
May 11, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
May 12 ; L 3869 ; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 3547 

Reunion in Vienna ; screen play by 
Ernest Vajda and Claudine West 
from the stage play by Robert E. 
Sherwood and produced by the 
Theatre Guild, inc., directed by Sid- 
ney Franklin. 10 reels. © May 
12, 1933; 2 c. and description May 
29; L 3907; Metro-Goldwyu-Mayer 
corp., New York. 3548 

Roadhouse queen ; directed by Leslie 
Pearce. 2 reels. © May 29. 1933; 
2 c. May 29; description May 31; 
L 3910; Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 3549 

Romeo and Juliet; by Frank Moser 

and Paul Terry. Reel. © Apr. 16, 

1933 ; 2 c. and description May 1 : 

M 4003 ; Moser & Terry, New York. 

3550 

Rules for wives. See Ann Carver's 
profession. 



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Rummy (The) ; directed by Del Lord. 
(A Taxi boys comedy) 2 reels. © 
May 8, 1933; 2 c. and description 
May 8; L 3860; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer Corp., New York. 3551 

Runaway Blackie; by Harry D. Bai- 
ley. (Aesop's sound fables) Reel. 
© Apr. 7, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
May 10; M 4034; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 3552 

Russian dressing; by Ben Harrison 
and Manny Gould, animated by Al 
Rose and Harry Love. (A Charles 
Mintz, Krazy Kat cartoon) Reel. 
© May 7, 1933; 2 c. May 8; de- 
scription May 22; M 4060; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 3553 

Rusty rides alone; story by Walt 
Coburn, screen play by Robert 
Quigley, directed by D. Ross Leder- 
man. 6 reels. © May 8, 1933; 2 c. 
May 8 ; description May 10 ; L 3864 ; 
Columbia pictures Corp., New York. 
3554 

Screen souvenirs ; no. 11. Reel. © 
May 11, 1933 ; 2 c. May 11 ; descrip- 
tion May 12; M 4044; Paramount 
productions, inc., New York. 3555 

Sea (The) ; narrator Gayne Whitman. 
Reel. © Dec. 25, 1932; 2 c. and 
description May 9, 1933; M 4031; 
Nathan, Woodard & Fairbanks, Uni- 
versal City, Calif. 3556 

Secret (The) of the desert! See 
Phantom (The) of the air. 

Sky symphony; no. 1477-78, story by 
.Tack Henley and Glen Lambert, di- 
rected by Roy Mack. 2 reels. © 
May 31, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
May 31; L 3908; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 3557 

Somewhere in Sonora ; from the Satur- 
day evening post story by Will 
Levington Comfort, adaptation and 
dialogue by Joe Roach, direction by 
Mack V. Wright. 6 reels. © May 
22, 1933; 2 c. and description May 
22; L 3890; Vitagraph, inc., New 
York. 3558 

Son of the border; story and screen 
play by Wellyn Totman, directed by 
Lloyd Nosier. 6 reels. © May 5, 
1933; 2 c. and description May 9; 
L 3S62 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 3559 

Song of the eagle; original story by 
Gene Towne and Graham Baker, 
screen play by Casey Robinson and 
Willard Mack, directed by Ralph 
Murphy. 8 reels. © May 2, 1933; 



2 c. May 2; description May 3; L 
3852; Paramount productions, inc., 
New York. 3560 

Song shopping; animated by Willard 
Bowsky and David Tendlar, directed 
by Dave Fleischer. Reel. © May 
18, 1933; 2 c. May 18; description 
May 20 ; M 4059 ; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 3561 

Spot (The) on the rug; story and dia- 
logue by John A. Waldron, Gene 
Towne, Felix Adler and Del Lord, 
directed by Babe Stafford. 2 reels. 
© May 15, 1932; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion May 15, 1933; L 3875; Mack 
Sennett, inc., Studio City, Calif. 

3562 

Stable manners. Reel. © Nov. 6, 
1932; 2 c. and description May 1, 
1933; M 4007; Bray pictures Corp., 
New York. 3563 

Story (The) of Temple Drake; from 
a novel by William Faulkner, screen 
play by Oliver H. P. Garrett, di- 
rected by Stephen Roberts. 8 reels. 
© May 11, 1933; 2 c. May 11; de- 
scription May 12; L 3872; Para- 
mount productions, inc., New York. 
3564 

Supernatural ; story and adaptation by 
Garnett Weston, screen play by Har- 
vey Thew and Brian Marlow, di- 
rected by Victor Halperin. 7 reels. 
© May 4, 1933 ; 2 c. May 4 ; descrip- 
tion May 6; L 3857; Paramount 
productions, inc., New York. 3565 

Techno-cracked. (A Flip the frog 
cartoon) Reel. © May 8, 1933; 
2 c. and description May 8 ; M 4028 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., New 
York. 3566 

Techno-crazy ; story by Ernest Pagano 
and Ewart Adamson, directed by 
Charles Lamont. 2 reels. © Mar. 
12, 1933 ; 2 c. and description May 
15; L 3877; Christie film co., Los 
Angeles. 3567 

Thrown out of joint; story by Harry 
Sweet and Hugh Cummings, di- 
rected by Harry Sweet and Leslie 
Goodwins. 2 reels. © May 12, 
1933; 2 c. and description May 22; 
L 3889; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. ' 3568 

Thundering taxis ; directed by Del 
Lord. (A Hal Roach, Taxi-boys 
comedy) 2 reels. © May 22, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description May 22 ; L 3891 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer c o r p., New 
York. 3569 



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Tired feet ; story by Robert Vernon 
and Frank Griffin, directed by Arvid 
E. Gillstrom. 2 reels. © Jan. 1, 
1933; 2 c. and description May 4; 
L 3854; Educational film exchanges, 
inc., New York. 3570 

Today we live ; story and dialogue by 
William Faulkner, screen play by 
Edith Fitzgerald and Dwight Taylor, 
directed by Howard Hawks. 11 
reels. © Apr. 28, 1933; 2 c. and 
description May 25 ; L 3904 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., New York. 

3571 

Torchy stories. See Torchy turns 
turtle. 

Torchy turns turtle; adapted from the 
famous Torchy stories by Sewell 
Ford, continuity and dialogue by 
George Jeske. 2 reels. © Mar. 19, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description May 4 ; 
L 3853 ; Burr comedies, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3572 

Two Black Crows in Africa ; story and 
dialogue by Ernest Pagano and Jack 
Townley, directed by Charles La- 
mont. 2 reels. © Mar. 5. 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description May 10 ; L 3865 ; 
Educational films corp. of America, 
New York. 3573 

Two hundred fathoms deep. Reel. © 
Mar. 19, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
May 1 ; M 4008 ; Pat Dowling, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3574 

Uncle Jake; directed by Eddie Cline. 
2 reels. © May 4, 1933 ; 2 c. May 4 ; 
description May 6: L 3856: Para- 
mount productions, inc., New York. 
3575 

Universal newspaper newsreel ; 1 reel 
each. © Universal film exchanges, 
inc.. New York. 3576-35S5 

No. 126, 127. © Mar. 10, 14, 1933 ; 
2 c. each May 2 ; description each 
Apr. 25 ; M 4015, 4016. 
No. 128, 129. © Mar. 17, 21, 1933; 
2 c. each May 2 ; description each 
Apr. 29; M 4017, 4018. 
No. 130. 131. © Mar. 24, 28, 1933 ; 
2 c. each May 9; description each 
May 6 ; M 4029, 4030. 



No. 132, 133. © Mar. 31, Apr. 4, 
1933; 2 c. each May 16; descrip- 
tion each May 15 ; M 4048. 4049. 
No. 134, 135. © Apr. 7, 11, 1933; 
2 c. each May 25 ; description each 
May 24 ; M 4074, 4075. 
Walking the baby; story by George 
N. Burns, directed by Aubrey Sent to. 
Reel. © May 11, 1933 ; 2 c. May 11 ; 
description May 12; L 3871; Para- 
mount productions, inc., New York. 
3586 
Warrior's (The) husband; based on 
the play by Julian Thompson, adap- 
tation and dialogue by Ralph Spenee, 
directed by Walter Lang. 8 reels. 
© Apr. 29, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion May 10; L 3866; Fox film corp.. 
New York. 3587 

West of Singapore ; story by Houston 
Branch, continuity and dialogue by 
Adele Buffington, directed by Albert 
Ray. 7 reels. © Feb. 9, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description May 22; L - 3894; 
Monogram pictures Corp.. New York. 
3588 

When dad was a boy; written by 
Miller & Lehr, narrated by Lew 
Lehr. Reel. © Jan. 22. 1933 : 2 c. 
and description May 9 : M 4032 ; 
Memories, inc., New York. 35S9 

Who killed Cock-robin?; by Frank 
Moser and Paul Terry. Reel. © 
Mar. 19, 1933 : 2 c. and description 
May 1; M 4001; Moser & Terry. 
New York. 3590 

Yale; story by Millard Gibson [and] 
Gar O'Neil, directed by Aubrey 
Scotto. (The Spirit of the campus) 
Reel. © Oct. 9. 1932; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 2. 1933: M 4013: 
Larry Kent productions, inc., New 
York. 3591 

Young onions; story and dialogue by 
John A. Waldron. Earle Rodney, 
Harry McCoy and Felix Adler, di- 
rected by Michael Emmes. 2 reels. 
© Sept. 18, 1932; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion May 15, 1933; L 3S73 : Mack 
Sennett, inc., Studio City. Calif. 

3592 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalogue since Jan. 1, 
1933 : 

Motion-picture photoplays 392 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 355 

Total 747 



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1933 

VOLUME 6 
No. 6 



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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Accident (The) See Dan and Ezra 
Perkins, Flaggspoint, Maine, The 
general store and post office. The 
accident. 

Act (An) of God ; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. Veiller. © 1 c. June 8, 1933; 
D 22794; Anthony Veiller, Charles 
Town, W. Va. 3593 

Adamo ed Eva ; commedia fantastica 
in 3 atti di Sera Benelli. [Milan, 
1932] 4 p. 1., 11-214, [2] p. 12mo. 
© Mar. 1, 1932 ; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933 ; D 
22689; Casa editrice A. Mondadori, 
Milan. 3594 

Adventures (The) of Donald Ayer ; 
Acts 1-3, a radio play, by R. C. 
Wentworth. © 1 c. June 17, 1933; 
D 22956; Ralph C. Wentworth, Le- 
onia, N. J. 3595 

Alien corn ; by Sidney Howard. New 
York, London, Charles Scribner's 
sons, 1933. xxi, 189 p. 12mo. © 
Apr. 18, 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 20 ; D 22853 ; 
Sidney Howard, New York. 3596 

All in the family ; a play in 3 acts, by 
I. R. Jones. © 1 c. June 7, 1933 ; D 
22787; Irma Rice Jones, Schenec- 
tady, N. Y. 3597 

Almamy Samorry ; an African dra- 
matic play with African drums, mu- 
sic, and dance, in 3 acts, by D. A. 
Donald. Contains music. © 1 c. 
June 22, 1933; D 23023; David A. 
Donald, New York. 3598 

American fairy tale ; a tragic burletta 
in 3 acts, by E. McCormick. © 1 c. 
May 29, 1933; D 22775; Elizabeth 
McCormick, Cleveland. 3599 

American tango ; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. W. Wright. © 1 c. June 1, 
1933; D 22691; Hamilton W. 
Wright, Hempstead, L. I., N. Y. 

3600 

Amoureux (Les) deguises. See Ecole 
(L') des gendres. 

Angel comes North ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Willa Frederic [pseud, of 
G. H. Del Rondio] © 1 c. June 17, 



1933 ; D 23138 ; Grace Horn Del Bon- 
dio, New York. 3601 

Annie Laurie ; a bonnie musical ro- 
mance in 3 acts, by J. E. Heck and 
M. C. Becker. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1933 ; D 23035 ; Julia E. Heck, 
Port Allen, La., and May Crawford 
Becker, Baton Rouge, La. 3602 

Antilochus and Ilythyia ; [a 1-act 
play] by Sheldon Christian. (In 
The Tuftonian, June, 1933) © June 
9, 1933; 2 c. June 12; D 22845; 
Sheldon Christian, Winterhill, Mass. 
3603 

Apple-woman (The) ; [a play, by Jay 
Anthony. 1933] 3 1. 16mo. © May 
27, 1933; 2 c. May 29; D 23008; 
Gift loft, Minneapolis. 3604 

Arabella ; [lyrische komodie in 3 auf- 
ziigen, von Hugo von Hofmannsthal, 
musik] von Richard Strauss. [Kla- 
vierauszug mit text] Aufzug 3. 
Berlin, Adolph Furstner, 1933. p. 
[253]-365. fol. © Mar. 8, 1933; 
1 c. June 21; D 28468; Richard 
Strauss, Garmisch, Bavaria, Ger- 
many. 3605 

Arriviste (L') See Tartebedouce. 

As you'd like it ; or, Just a dream, a 
screen play, by Ferd A. Riss. © 
1 c. June 15, 1933; D 22892; Fer- 
dinand A. Riss, Columbus, O. 3606 

Assignation (L') ; or, The court cita- 
tion, a comedy in 3 acts, by Cyril 
Delano [pseud, of L. Delaney] © 
1 c. June 13, 1933 ; D 22867 ; Leroy 
Delaney, Los Angeles. 3607 

Aufstieg und fall der stadt Mahag- 
onny. See Versuche 4-7. 

Avalanche. See Failures. 

Avare (L') ; par Moliere, edited by 
Eugene Lebert and H. Stanley 
Schwarz, illustrated by Leon d'Emo. 
New York, Cincinnati [etc. 1933] 
xiv, 225 p. inch front, (port.) illus. 
16mo. © Mar. 17, 1933; 2 c. and 
aff. Mar. 23; A 60779; American 
book co., New York. [Copyright is 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 6 



Avare (L') — Continued. 

claimed on new matter : Vie de Mo- 
liere, exercises, notes and vocabu- 
lary] 3607* 

Babes in Babylon ; a comedy-drama in 
2 acts, by William Haven [pseud, of] 
W. Witte. © 1 c. June 17, 1933; 
D 22917; William Witte, Bellerose. 
L. I., N. Y. 3608 

Back of tbe moon. See Mogo cbarm. 

Badener (Das) lehrstiick vom einver- 
standis. See Versuche 4-7. 

Ballads of a Bohemian. See Pencils. 

Bar Abba. See Other (The) Miriam. 

Baron (The) of Elkdon. See First 
nighter. 

Beauty (Tbe) shoppe ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Ethel Van Der Veer and 
Franklyn Bigelow. New York, N. Y., 
Bos Angeles, Calif., London, To- 
ronto. 1933. 87, [1] p. diagr. 12mo. 
© May 3, 1933; 2 c. June 10: D 
22S33 ; Samuel French, New York. 

3609 

Belle and Martha ; Episode 11. In 
Belle's flat, a series of radio 
sketches, by E. A. Wright and G. M. 
Tyson. © 1 c. June 10, 1933; D 
23119; Edith Adams Wright, Los 
Angeles, and Gertrude Margaret Ty- 
son, Santa Monica, Calif. 3610 

Bells of San Lucio; American adap- 
tation in 3 acts, by E. Miele, from 
the Italian play Le campane di San 
Lucio. by Giovacchino Forzano. © 
1 c. June 20, 1933; D 22976; Eliza- 
beth Miele, Summit, N. J. 3611 

Best (The) laid plans. See First 
nighter. 

Beware of the bull ; a satiric farce 
in 3 acts, by Robert Hare Powel 
[i. e. R. J. H. Powel, jr.] © 1 c. 
June 5, 1933; D 22724; Robert J. 
Hare Powel, jr., Newport, R. I. 

3612 

Bing and Lily ; Episodes 1-3 ; a series 
of radio sketches, by E. MacKenzie. 
© 1 c. June 5, 1933; D 22740; Ed- 
gar MacKenzie, Chicago. 3613 

Bird wing; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Rathje. © 1 c. June 7, 1933; D 
227S1; Helen Rathje, Fayetteville. 
Ark. 3614 

Birds of a feather ; a play in 2 acts, 
by H. W. Bowman and C. B. Fith- 
ian. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933 ; D 23031 ; 
Harold W. Bowman, March Field, 
Calif., and Chalmers B. Fithian, Los 
Angeles. 3615 



Black (The) pearl; a play in 1 act, by 
W. Butterfield. © 1 c. June 7, 
1933; D 22782; Walton Butterfield, 
New York. 3616 

Black (The) spider. Sec First nigbt- 



Blair (The) Joneses; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Roger Squire. © 1 c. June 
21, 1933; D 22978; Roger Lewis 
Squire, Synder, N. Y. 3617 

Blue (The) butterfly wild flower ser- 
ies operettas : no. 1, by K. F. 
Churchill. © 1 c. June 3. 1933; D 
28464 ; Kathryn Fisk Churchill, New 
York. 3618 

Booking (The) office ; no. 1. a radio 
comedy series, by W. H. Denney. © 
1 c. June 20, 1933 ; D 22975 ; William 
H. Denney, Orange. N. J. 3619 

Boulevardier (The) See First night- 
er. 

Bourgeois radicals : a play in 3 acts, 
by H. R. Misrock. © 1 c. June 29, 
1933; D 23148; Henry R. Misrock, 
Great Neck. L. I., N. Y. 3620 

Bright (The) young thing: a musical 
play in 2 acts, music by E. Breiten- 
bach, book and lyrics by C. Mc- 
Laughlin. © 1 c. June 15, 1933 ; D 
2S465; Earl Breitenbach and Con- 
stance McLaughlin, St. Louis. 3621 

Building (The) of the Panama Canal. 
See Great moments in history. 

Bull (A) running amuck; a play in 6 
scenes, by M. Finkler. © 1 c. June 
8, 1933; D 22772; Minnie Finkler. 
Los Angeles. 3622 

Buzzards ; a play in 3 acts, by J. Lei- 
ser. © 1 c. June 19, 1933 : D 22961 ; 
Joseph Leiser, Augusta, Ga. 3623 

Cafe Continentale : Script 1, a sketch, 
by J. Paurel. © 1 c. June 9. 1933; 
D 22813 ; Jean Paurel. New York. 

3624 

Call me Pete: a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Gross and G. Donnan. © 1 c. June 
14, 1933; D 22889: Milt Gross and 
George Donnan. New York. 3625 

Campane (Le) di San Lucio. Sec 
Bells of San Lucio. 

Car 67 : a drama in 3 acts, by V. Bar- 
ber and E. Alford. © 1 c. May 9, 
1933; D 22679; Eugene Alford and 
Virginia Barber. Los Angeles. 3626 

Caravan. Sec Talkie picture time. 



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no. 6, 1933 



3650 



Careless rapture; or, The fatal gift; 
or, The passionate pilgrim, a drama 
in 3 acts, by 0. E. Armbrister. © 1 
c. June 6, 1933 ; D 22755 ; Catherine 
E. Armbrister, Los Angeles. 3627 

Carnival (The) of life ; a play in a 
prologue and 10' scenes, by A. Blum. 
© 1 c. June 30, 1933; D 23165; 
Abraham Blum, Brooklyn. 3628 

Cash and carry ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by G. D. Janes. © 1 c. June 7, 
1933; D 22776; Guido D. Janes, 
Knoxville, Tenn. 3629 

Cat into man ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 

P. Eldridge. © 1 c. May 13, 1933 ; 

D 22874; Paul Eldridge, New York. 

3630 

Chandu, the magician ; Episodes 401- 
450, a series of radio sketches, by 
Harry A. Earnshaw and Vera M. 
Oldham. © 1 c. June 2, 1933; D 
22774; Earnshaw-Young, inc., Los 
Angeles. 3631 

Chase (The) and Sanborn coffee hour; 
a series of radio programs, by J. 
"Walter Thompson co. Apr. 30, May 
7, May 14, 1933. © 1 c. each June 
6, 1933; D 22756-22758; Standard 
brands, inc., New York. 3632-3634 

May 21. 1933. © 1 c. June 

13, 1933 ; D 22869 ; Standard brands, 
inc., New York. 3635 

Chateaux en Espagne; comedie en 4 
actes, par S. Guitry. © 1 c. June 
6, 1933; D 22991; Sacha Guitry, 
Paris. 3636 

Chevrolet plays Cupid; advertising 
playlet in 3 scenes, by J. A. Hopkins. 
© 1 c. June 23, 1933 ; D 23054 ; Jet- 
tabee Ann Hopkins, Stanton, Neb. 

3637 

Choose, Jane ; a 1-act play, by A. C. 
Schuchman. © 1 c. June 2, 1933 ; 
D 23039; Agnes Cowper Schuchman, 
Pittsburgh. 3638 

Circus days. See First nighter. 

Citric passion ; or, Little paradise, a 
comedy drama, by E. D. Bush. © 
1 c. June 5, 1933 ; D 22730 ; Edyth 
D. Bush, St. Paul. 3639 

Clowns and castles ; a 3-act comedy 
operetta, text and music by D. E. 
Mayhew. © 1 c. June 2, 1933; D 
28471 ; Dorothy Eyer Mayhew, San- 
ta Ana, Calif. 3640 

Coat-of-arms ; a tragedy in a prologue, 
3 acts, and an epilogue, by M. M. 
Goldsmith. © 1 c. June 27, 1933; 



D 23121 ; Martin M. Goldsmith, New 
York. 3641 

Cocaine. See Night shadows. 

Code of the North. See Talkie pic- 
ture time. 

Cohen and son ; the play on which the 
author based his famous novel The 
five books of Mr. Moses, in 3 acts,- 
by I. Goller. [Liverpool, Ghetto 
press, 1933] 61, [1] p. illus., port. 
4to. Contains, music. © Mar. 4, 
1933; 1 c. May 3; D 23058; Izak 
Goller, Liverpool, England. 3642 

Color in court ; a play of negro life in 
1 act, by E. H. Culbertson. © 1 c. 
June 16, 1933; D 22910; Ernest 
Howard Culbertson, Harmon-on- 
Hudson, N. Y. 3643 

Contract ; a comedy in 3 acts, by I. 
Morgenstern. §'l e. June 1, 1933 ; 
D 22702 ; Irvin Morgenstern, New 
York. 3644 

Cook (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by B. 
Ferber. © 1 c. May 20, 1933; D 
22739; Beulah Ferber, Jersey City, 
N. J. 3645 

Cord of life ; a 3-act drama, by C. J. 
Bates. © 1 c. June 30, 1933; D 
23168 ; Clyde Jackson Bates, Flush- 
ing, N. Y. 3646 

Count Albany ; an historical invention 
in 1 act, by Donald Carswell. Lon- 
don, H. F. W. Deane & sons The 
year book press, ltd. ; Boston, The 
Baker international play bureau, 
1933. 34 p. 12mo. (The Year book 
press series of plays) © May 8, 
1933 ; 1 c. May 17 ; D 22704 ; Donald 
Carswell, London. 3647 

Court (The) citation. See Assigna- 
tion (L) 

Crash. See First nighter. 

Crimson (The) scarf; a play in 3 
acts, by Francis Stanley. © 1 c. 
June 29, 1933; D 23146; Stanley 
Jordan, Laurelton, N. J. 3648 



Crooked business. 



First nighter. 



Crooked (The) crucifix; a play in 3 
acts, by Ossip Dymow. © 1 c. June 
9, 1933; D 22797; Maurice Mosco- 
visch, Hollywood, Calif. 3649 

Cure (The) for folly; a comedy in a 
prologue and 2 lessons, by N. Kirk- 
patrick. © 1 c. June 10, 1933; D 
22848 ; Norton Kirkpatrick, Lewis- 
ton, N. Y. 3650 



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pt. i, n. s.. v. 6 



Cycle ; a tragedy in prologue and 4 
acts, by W. A. Tobin. © 1 c. June 

13, 1933; D 22969; W. A. Tobin, 
Sylvania, O. 3651 

Daily (Tbe) news of the air; no. 1, a 
radio program, by A. La Vove. © 
1 c. May 22, 1933 ; D 23015 ; Arthur 
La Vove, Los Angeles. 3652 

Daisy chain ; a play in 3 acts, by H. W. 
Gribble. © 1 c. June 24, 1933; D 
23062 ; Harry Wagstaff Gribble, Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 3653 

Dan and Ezra Perkins, Flaggspoint, 
Maine [The general store and post 
office] a series of sketches, by G. M. 
Gray. The accident. © 1 c. June 

14, 1933; D 228S1 ; Guy M. Gray. 
Greenfield, Mass. 3654 

■ — The speech. © 1 c. June 6, 

1933 ; D 22765 ; Guy M. Gray, Green- 
field, Mass. 3655 

Dance of the Zodiac ; a play in 2 
scenes, by C. F. Busch. © 1 c. Apr. 
14. 1933; D 22773; Clarence F. 
Busch, New York. 3656 

Danger at the door ; a play in 1 act for 
junior high schools, by Effa E. Pres- 
ton. Chicago, 1933. 42 p. 16ino. 
© May 31, 1933; 2 c. June 3; D 
22715 ; T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 
3657 

Dark shadows. See First nighter. 

David Burton retires ; a play in 3 acts 
and epilogue, by B. Fletcher. © 1 c. 
June 16, 1933; D 22954; Byers 
Fletcher, Los Angeles. 3658 

Day of a fawn ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Archie Binns. © 1 c. June 8, 
1933; D 22792; Archie Fred Binns. 
New York. 3659 

Daylight saving ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Mabel Ulrich. © 1 c. June 3, 1933 ; 
D 22719; Mabel S. Ulrich, Minneap- 
olis. 3660 

Deacon, you're wrong : a 2-act musical 

comedy, by M. W. Willis, sr. Text. 

© 1 c. June 16, 1933; D 22898: 

Moxley Waldo Willis, sr., Baltimore. 

3661 

Dear diary. See Romance (The) of 
Julie Marsh. 

Demoiselle (La) de Mamers ; piece en 
3 actes de Yves Mirande [pseud, of 
Y. Le Querrec] et G. Quinson. © 
1 c. June 6, 1933 ; D 22992 ; Yves Le 
Querrec, Paris, et Gustave Quinson. 
St.-Cloud (S. O) France. 3662 



Depression's bread ; a play in 1 act, by 
Marian Arnold [pseud, of M. A. Me- 
gladdery] © 1 c. May 31, 1933 ; D 
22871; Marie A. MegLaddery, Oak- 
land, Calif. 3663 

Depths (The) beneath; a 1-act play, 
by Harding Davis [pseud, of F. N. 
Harris] © 1 c. June 14, 1933; D 
22888; Frederick Naylon Harris, 
Westfield, N. Y. 3664 

Detachment; a play in 3 acts, by E. 
Loudon. © 1 c. June 26, 1933; D 
23072 ; Eva Loudon, New Brunswick, 
N. J. 3665 

Deteet< >-plays ; the melodrama guess- 
ing game, by Sydney Thompson and 
George V. Denny, jr. New York, 
Los Angeles [1933] 78 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — Gloria's letter. — At a 
country club. — An evening in June. — 
Egyptian night. — The busy boy 
hour. — The explorer. © May 10, 
1933: 2 c. June 10; D 22829: Sam- 
uel French, New York. 3666 

Devil's magic. See First nighter. 

Dewey and the battle of Manila Bay. 
See Great moments in history. 

Diamond (The) maker. Sec First 
nighter. 

Diary (The) ; a 3-act drama, by C. J. 
Forrest, jr. © 1 c. May 26. 1933; 
D 22876; Charles Joseph Forrest, 
jr., Brooklyn. 3667 

Divine Emilie ; a comedy of indiscre- 
tions in 2 parts, by C. Seiler. © 1 c. 
June 26, 1933; D 23107; Conrad 
Seiler. Hollywood, Calif. 3668 

Dr. Smith's love powders ; a play in 
2 acts, by M. R. Lyons. © 1 c. June 
15, 1933; D 22895; Margaret R. 
Lyons, Miller Place. L. I., N. Y. 



Don Quixote; a libretto in 3 acts, by 
A. M. Rae. © 1 c. June 5, 1933 ; D 
22741; Anne M. Rae, Brooklyn. 

3670 

Dorian Gray ; a play in 3 acts, by D. 
Thorne, an adaptation from story, 
Picture of Dorian Gray, by Oscar 
Wilde. © 1 c. June 2. 1933: D 
22711 ; David Thorne. New York. 

3671 

Douze units d'amour ; ou. La vie d'une 
femme. piece en 3 actes. 12 episodes 
et 21 tableaux, de J. de Letraz. © 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; D 22S55 : Jean 
de Letraz, Paris. 3672 



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no. 6, 1933 



3690 



Dragon (The) who giggled; a playlet 
for children in 1 scene, by Elizabeth 
McCormick. New York city, Los 
Angeles, Toronto [1933] 3 p. L, 33 p. 
12 mo. (The junior league plays) 
© May 9, 1933; 2 c. June 10; D 
22831 ; Samuel French, New York. 

3673 

Dragon's teeth ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Shirland Quin [pseud, of] E. North- 
wood. © 1 c. June 21, 1933; D 
23006; Enid Northwood, Ewa Plan- 
tation, near Honolulu. 3674 

Dream childi-en ; a play, by J. A . Zin- 
man. © 1 c. May 16, 1933 ; D 22688 ; 
Joseph A. Zinman, New York. 3675 

Drums of hate. See Talkie picture 
time. 

Duel (The) of Alexander Hamilton 
and Aaron Burr. See Great mo- 
ments in history. 

Dummy (The) ; a comedy in 2 acts, 
adapted from the Russian, by M. 
Vodnoy and E. Mason. © 1 c. June 
2, 1933; D 23037; Matthew Vodnoy 
and Earl Mason, New York. 3676 

Dwellers in enchantment; a drama in 
a prologue, 3 acts and an epilogue, 
by Jack Donaldson [pseud, of W. 
J. MacDonald] © 1 c. June 21, 
1933; D 23001; William J. Mac- 
Donald, New York. 3677 

Dynasty (The) ; a drama in 3 acts, by 

A. Goodman. © 1 c. June 8, 1933; 
D 22795; Arthur Goodman, New 
York. 3678 

Dzierzynski ; parafraza sceniczna w 
10-ciu obrazach Andrzeja Marka 
(Andrzej Marke) wedlug monograf ji 

B. Yaxa-Ronikiera [i. e. B. Jaxa- 
Ronikier] © 1 c. June 19, 1933 ; D 
22981; Martin Marck, Boston. 3679 

Earth ; a drama in 3 acts, by B. Levine. 
© 1 c. May 31, 1933 ; D 23109 ; Ben- 
jamin Levine, Brooklyn. 3680 

East by West; Episode 1, a radio 
series by S. Gunnell and L. King. 
© 1 c. June 13, 1933; D 22866; 
Sallie Gunnell, Dougan Hills, S. I., 
N. Y., and Laura King, New York. 
3681 

Ecole (L') des gendres; ou, Les 
amoureux deguises, comeclie en 1 
acte [par] A. Blanc-Peridier. Paris, 
P. Tequi, librairie-editeur [1933] 
3 p. 1., 49 p. 12 mo. © Jan. 10, 
1933 ; 1 c. Feb. 1 ; D 22705 ; Adrienne 
Blanc-Peridier, Paris. 3682 



Elizabeth's philosophy ; or, Over the 
tea cups, Episode no. 1, a radio 
series, by D. H. Jackson. © 1 c. 
May 20, 1933 ; D 22683 ; Dora Hood 
Jackson, Atlanta. 3683 

Emperor (The) Jones. See Macbeth. 

End to exile ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
I. Trachtenberg. © 1 c. June 26, 
1933; D 23073; Ida Trachtenberg, 
Ashley, Pa. 3684 

Evasion ; ou, Le philanthrope obstine, 
piece lyrique filmee [par] Fernand 
Nougeraie [pseud, of F. Poirault] 
Dreux, Imprimerie Olard-Tillier 
[1933] 2 p. 1.. 7-120 p. 12 mo. © 
Apr. 15, 1933 ; 1 c. June 15 ; D 22985 ; 
Fernand Poirault, Dreux (Eure-et- 
Loir) France. 3685 

Ewiges volk ; ein schauspiel in 5 akten, 
von Kurt Kluge. Berlin, Propylaen- 
verlag [1933] 124, [1] p, 12 mo. 
© Apr. 4, 1933; 1 c. June 19; D 
23026 ; Arcadia-verlag g. in. b. h., 
Berlin. 3686 

Explorer (The) See Modern (The) 
Baron Munchausen. 

Failures; three plays, by Beverley 
Nichols, with a preface by the 
author. London, Jonathan Cape 
[1933] 4 p. 1., 11-400 p. 12 mo. 
Contents. — The stag. — Avalanche. — 
When the crash comes. © Apr. 10, 
1933 ; 1 c. June 13 ; D 22959 ; Bever- 
ley Nichols, London. 3687 

Fair business with Slim and Min ; a 
dramatic composition in 5 parts, by 
R. Pauley. © 1 c. June 17, 1933 ; D 
22957; Rov Paulev, Schenectady. N. 
Y. 3688 

Fairy gold. See Three folksong pan- 
tomimes. 

Fairy mischief. See Three folksong 
pantomimes. 

Fancy that! a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Elizabeth Bringardner, Thomas R. 
Thomas, Dan W. Lindsey. © 1 c. 
June 12, 1933; D 23110; Elizabeth 
Darmody Bringardner, Thomas Rich- 
ard Thomas, Dan Weisiger Lindsey, 
Frankfort, Ky. 3689 

Fastest (The) thing afloat; a play in 
prologue and 4 acts, by S. J. War- 
shawskv. Revised version. © 1 c. 
June 8, 1933 ; D 22796 ; Samuel Jesse 
Warshawsky, New York. 3690 



Fatal (The) gift. 
rapture. 



See Careless 



2440—33- 



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Fear; translated from the Russian of 
A. Afinogenov, by A. M. Greene and 
D. B. Colman, with the invaluable 
assistance of Nikander Strelsky. © 
1 c. June 24, 1933 ; D 23060 ; Dorothy 
Beach Colman, Rockford, 111., and 
Adelaide Marshall Greene, Cohasset, 
Mass. 3691 

Feature production. See First nighter. 

Fighting (The) man. See Modern 
(The) Baron Munchausen. 

Filibuster. See First nighter. 

Filius regis ; fabella Latina in 1 actu 
[a] R. Gorman. © 1 c. June 13. 
1933; D 22968; Raymond Gorman, 
Toledo. 3692 

Filon (Le) de Bolivot; saynete mili- 
taire [par] Alin Monjardin. Paris, 
1933. 15 p. 8vo. © Apr. 1, 1933 ; 
1 c. May 6 ; D 22988 ; C. Joubert et 
cie, Paris. 3693 

Final (The) bout. See First nighter. 

Find the lady ; a comedietta in 1 act, 
by Ian Hay [pseud, of John Hay 
Beith] London, New York [1933] 
18 p., 1 1 diagr. 12nio. ( [Frenches 
acting edition, no. 831] ) © May 19, 
1933 ; 1 c. June 10 ; D 22836 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 3694 

First (The) legion; a drama in 3 acts, 
by E. G. Lavery. © 1 c. June 5, 

• 1933; D 22737; Emmet G. Lavery, 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 3695 

First nighter; Jan. 23, 1932. Good 
fishing, a series of radio sketches, 
by Dorothy DeJagers and Frank 
Ferguson. © 1 c. June 17, 1933 ; D 
22923; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3696 

Mar. 19, 1932. Gallied, a series 

of radio sketches, by Jeannette Helm 
Sand. © 1 c. June 17, 1933; D 
22024; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3697 

Apr. 30, 1932. The diamond 

maker, a series of radio sketches, by 
Richard Sullivan. © 1 c. June 17, 
1933; D 22925; Charles P. Hughes 
productions, inc., Chicago. 3698 

July 9, 1932. Time element, a 

series of radio sketches, by Darrell 
Ware. © 1 c. June 17, 1933; D 
22926; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3699 

July 16, 1932. Thunder boy, a 

series of radio sketches, by W. H. 
Frost. © 1 c. June 17, 1933; D 
22927; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3700 



— July 23, 1932. Secret of Sing 
Long, a series of radio sketches, by 
John Janssen. © 1 c. June 17, 1933 ; 
D 22928 ; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3701 

— July 30. 1932. The best laid 
plans, a series of radio sketches, by 
John Janssen. © 1 c. June 17, 1933 ; 
D 22029 ; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3702 

— Aug. 6, 1932. Incognito, a series 
of radio sketches, by Darrell Ware. 
© 1 c. June 17, 1933; D 22930; 
Charles P. Hughes productions, inc., 
Chicago. 3703 

— Aug. 13, 1932. Circus days, a 
series of radio sketches, by James 
Prindle. © 1 c. June 17, 1933; D 
22931; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3704 

— Aug. 19, 1932. The black spider, a 
series of radio sketches, by Gale 
Gordon. © 1 c. June 17, 1933: D 
22032 : Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3705 

— Aug. 26, 1932. Mississippi 
gambler, a series of radio sketches, 
by Gale Gordon. © 1 c. June 9, 
1933; D 22801; Charles P. Hughes 
productions, inc., Chicago. 3706 

— Sept. 2, 1932. The fugitive, a 
series of radio sketches, by Gale 
Gordon. © 1 c. June 9, 1933; D 
22805 ; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3707 

— Sept. 9, 1932. Filibuster, a series 
of radio sketches, by Emilia Clap- 
ham. © 1 c. June 9, 1933 : D 22802 ; 
Charles P. Hughes productions, inc., 
Chicago. 3708 

Sept. 16, 1932. Range war. a 

series of radio sketches, by Emilia 
Clapham. © 1 c. June 9. 1933: D 
22803; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3709 

— Sept. 23, 1932. Feature produc- 
tion, a series of radio sketches, by 
Darrell Ware. © 1 c. June 9. 1933 ; 
D 22804; Charles P. Hughes pro- 
ductions, inc., Chicago. 3710 

— Sept. 30. 1932. Mademoiselle 
Charron, a series of radio sketches, 
by Gale Gordon. © 1 e. June 9, 
1933; D 22806; Charles P. Hughes 
productions, inc., Chicago. 3711 

— Oct. 7. 1932. In the meantime, a 
series of radio sketches, by Albert 
Fuller. © 1 c. June 9, 1933; D 
22807; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3712 



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3735 



— Oct. 14, 1932. The rag doll, a 
series of radio sketches, by Arthur 
T. Munyan. © 1 c. June 9, 1933; 
D 22808; Charles P. Hughes pro- 
ductions, inc., Chicago. 3713 

— Oct. 21, 1932. Strange bequest, a 
series of radio sketches, by Darrell 
Ware. © 1 c. June 9, 1933; D 
22809; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3714 

— Oct. 28, 1932. Mary, Queen of 
Scots, a series of radio sketches, by 
John A. Janssen. © 1 c. June 9, 
1933; D 22810; Charles P. Hughes 
productions, inc., Chicago. 3715 

— Nov. 4, 1932. Holiday adventure, 
a series of radio sketches, by Emilia 
Clapham. © 1 c. June 17, 1933; D 
22943; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3716 

— Nov. 21, 1932. Mile-a-minute, a 
series of radio sketches, by Albert 
C. Fuller. © 1 c. June 17, 1933 ; D 
22944; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3717 

— Nov. 25, 1932. West of Manaos, 
a series of radio sketches, by Albert 
C. Fuller. © 1 c. June 17, 1933 ; D 
22945; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3718 

— Dec. 2, 1932. One time in old 
Mexico, a series of radio sketches, 
by Gale Gordon. © 1 c. June 17, 
1933; D 22946; Charles P. Hughes 
productions, inc., Chicago. 3719 

— Dec. 9, 1932. The reporter from 
the News, a series of radio sketches, 
by Emilia Clapham. © 1 c. June 
17, 1933; D 22947; Charles P. 
Hughes productions, inc., Chicago. 

3720 

— Dec. 16, 1932. Devil's magic, a 
series of radio sketches, by Albert C. 
Fuller. © 1 c. June 17, 1933; D 
22948; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3721 

— Dec. 23, 1932. Dark shadows, a 
series of radio sketches, by Gale 
Gordon. © 1 c. June 17, 1933; D 
22949; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3722 

— Dec. 30, 1932. Wolf bait, a series 
of radio sketches, by James Prindle. 
© 1 c. June 17, 1933; D 22950; 
Charles P. Hughes productions, inc., 
Chicago. 3723 

— Jan. 13, 1933. The boulevardier, 
a series of radio sketches, by Emilia 
Clapham. © 1 c. June 17, 1933 ; D 



22951 ; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3724 

— Jan. 20, 1933. Wanted for mur- 
der, a series of radio sketches, by 
Eloise Barrangon. © 1 c. June 17 T 
1933; D 22952; Charles P. Hughes 
productions, inc., Chicago. 3725 

Jan. 27, 1933. The final bout, a 

series of radio sketches, by Richard 
Macaulay. © 1 c. June 17, 1933 ; 
D 22933; Charles P. Hughes pro- 
ductions, inc., Chicago. 3726 

— Feb. 3, 1933. Strangers of the 
regiment, a series of radio sketches, 
by James Prindle. © 1 c. June 17, 
1933; D 22934; Charles P. Hughes 
productionSj inc., Chicago. 3727 

— Feb. 10, 1933. The house in Lau- 
rel glen, a series of radio sketches, 
by Dorothy Platte. © 1 c. June 17, 
1933; D 22935; Charles P. Hughes 
productions, inc., Chicago. 3728 

— Feb. 17, 1933. Home, James, a 
series of radio 1 sketches, by Cather- 
ine Abels. © 1 c. June 17, 1933; 
D 22936; Charles P. Hughes pro- 
ductions, inc., Chicago. 3729 

— Feb. 24, 1933. Trade winds, a 
series of radio sketches, by Emilia 
Clapham. © 1 c. June 17, 1933 ; D 
22937; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3730 

— Mar. 3, 1933. The Baron of Elk- 
don, a series of radio sketches, by 
Anthony Wayne. © 1 c. June 17, 
1933; D 22938; Charles P. Hughes 
productions, inc., Chicago'. 3731 

— Mar. 10, 1933. Crooked business, 
a series of radio sketches, by Rich- 
ard Macaulay. © 1 c. June 17, 1933 ; 
D 22939; Charles P. Hughes pro- 
ductions, inc., Chicago'. 3732 

— Mar. 17, 1933. El Presidents a 
series of radio sketches, by Davis 
Dresser. © 1 c. June 23, 1933; D 
23043; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3733 

— Mar. 24, 1933. The man behind 
the curtain, a series of radio 
sketches, by Vincent Starrett. © 1 
c. June 17, 1933; D 22942; Charles 
P. Hughes productions, inc., Chi- 
cago. 3734 

— Mar. 31, 1933. Matinee idol, a 
series of radio sketches, by Anthony 
Wayne. © 1 c. June 17, 1933; D 
22940 ; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3735 



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First nighter — Continued. 

Apr. 7, 1933. Swift justice, a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by Richard 
Shelley. © 1 c. June 23. 1933: D 
23044; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3736 

Apr. 14. 1933. Crash, a series of 

radio sketches, by Anthony Wayne. 
© 1 c. June 23, 1933; D 23045; 
Charles P. Huges productions, inc., 
Chicago. 3737 

Apr. 21, 1933. The voice, a series 

of radio sketches, by Mary Devine. 
© 1 c. June 23, 1933; D 23046; 
Charles P. Hughes productions, inc., 
Chicago. 3738 

Apr. 28, 1933. Something roman- 
tic, a series of radio sketches, by 
Darrell Ware. © 1 c. June 23. 1933 ; 
D 23047 ; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3739 

May 5, 1933. Page the thief, a 

series of radio sketches, by Frances 
Cavanah. © 1 e. June 23, 1933 ; D 
23048; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3740 

May 12, 1933. Leading lady, a 

series of radio sketches, by Darrell 
Ware. © 1 c. June 23, 1933: D 
23049; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3741 

May 19, 1933. Robespierre, a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by Roger 
Wheeler. © 1 c. June 23. 1933: D 
23050; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3742 

May 26. 1933. Little cyclone, a 

series of radio sketches, by Darrell 
Ware. © 1 c. June 23, 1933; D 
23051; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3743 

June 2, 1933. My-ya-gway. a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by John A. 
Heiss. © 1 c. June 17, 1933; D 
22941; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3744 

June 16, 1933. The third strike, 

a series of radio sketches, by Rich- 
ard B. Maeaulay. © 1 c. June 20, 
1933; D 22973; Chas. P. Hughes 
productions, inc., Chicago. 3745 

Fishermen preferred. See Four nails 
for the cross. 

Five (The) brothers; Episodes 1-3, a 

radio broadcast, by Billy Chase [i. e. 

W. Chase] © 1 c. May 13. 1933; 

D 22804 ; William Chase. New York. 

3746 

Flying Max ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Jo Lebo [i. e. J. R. Lebo] © 1 c. 



June 1. 1933: D 22699; Joseph 
Roosevelt Lebo, Warwick, N. Y. 

3747 

Fool (A) there is: a musical comedy 
in 1 act. by J. H. Stitt, music by 
Aaron Jasspe. Text. © 1 c. June 
7, 1933; D 23040; James Henry 
Stitt. New York. 3748 

For speed use Ethyl; nos. 1, 2, a radio 
series, by A. Turner. © 1 c. June 
12. 1933: D 22850; Alfred Turner. 
New York. 3749 

For the love of Elaine ; a play in 2 
acts, by H. Nager and Joe. V. < >'Don- 
nel. © 1 c. June 19. 1933 ; D 22! 163 : 
Harry Nager, Philadelphia. 3750 

Fortune (The) teller: a play, by W. M. 
North. © 1 c. June 27. 1933; D 
23144; William M. North. Rio 
Grande, O. 3751 

Found — a Girl scout; by Emma B. 
Dutton. Boston [ 1933] 35 p. 12mo. 
(Baker"s junior high series) © 
June 14. 1933 : 2 c. June 30 ; D 23174 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 3752 

Four nails for the cross ; or, Fisher- 
men preferred, a play in 3 acts, by 
A. R. Martins. © 1 c. June 23. 
1933: D 23057: Antonio Rebello 
Martins, Newark. N. J. 3753 

Four old Greeks : Achilles, Herakles, 
Dionysos, Alkestis ; by Jennie Hall, 
with drawings from Greek sources, 
by Raymond Perry. New York, Chi- 
cago [1933] 22S p. incl. front., illus. 
12mo. Dramatic contents. — How Al- 
kestis was saved (a Greek play). — 
Welcome of Herakles in Olympos (a 
play) [by H. Avis Perdue] © Mar. 
9, 1933; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 22: A 
6076S; Rand McNally & co., Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on 
Welcome of Herakles in Olympus. 
pages 218-223. by H. Avis Perdue] 
3753* 

Framed; a play in 3 acts, by E. Cor- 
bett. © 1 c. June & 1933 ; D 227! 13 : 
Elizabeth Corbett. New York. :!754 

Friendly (The) front; a play in 1 act, 
by M. Davenport. © 1 c. June 1, 
1933; D 22090: McHarg Davenport, 
Santa Fe. N. M. 3755 

From the West side: a play in 3 acts, 
by W. W. Davis. Revision of dia- 
logue and story of The West side. 
© 1 c. June 20, 1933: D 22979] 
William W. Davis. Tonkawa, Okl. 

3756 



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3784 



From within ; a scenario in 3 acts, by 
L. W. Statler. ©lc. June 6, 1933 ; 
D 22880; Lowry W. Statler, New 
York. 3757 

Fugitive (The) See First Nighter. 

Gallery (A) of men; a comedy in 6 
scenes, by D. Thome. © 1 c. June 
2, 1933; D 22712; David Thome, 
New York. 3758 

Gallied. See First nighter. 

Gamine (La) ; or, The green diamond, 
a romance in a prologue, 3 acts, and 
an epilogue, by E. D. Bush. © 1 c. 
June 5, 1933; D 22731; Edyth D. 
Bush, St. Paul. [Copyright is 
claimed on Second act rewritten. 
Added dialogue on page S, Act 1st.] 
3759 

Gascon's (A) gun; a play, by L. S. 
Koritz. © 1 c. June 21, 1933; D 
23004; Lester S. Koritz, San Fran- 
cisco. 3760 

Gentle (The) Arabella; a melodra- 
matic farce, by A. Langford. © 1 c. 
June 13, 1933; D 22863; Alleine 
Langford, Jamestown, N. Y. 3761 

Giuditta ; musikalische komodie in 5 
bildern, von Paul Knepler und Fritz 
Lohner, musik von Franz Lehar. 
Wien, New York, 1933. 2 v. fol. 
© Feb. 15, 1933; 1 c. May 24; D 
28467; W. Karczag verlag, Vienna. 
3762 

Give them what they want; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Dorothy Blanchard and 
E. Russ. © 1 c. June 21, 1933; D 
23002; Elmo Buss, Woodside, L. I., 
N. Y., and Dorothy C. A. Blanchard, 
New York. 3763 

Globe headlines; a series of radio 
sketches, by Erie Hampton. Epi- 
sodes 92-103. © 1 c. each June 6, 
1933; D 22767, 22768; Globe grain 
& milling co., Los Angeles. 

3764, 3765 

Episodes 104-117. © 1 c. 

each June 10, 1933 ; D 22S40, 22841 ; 
Globe grain & milling co., Los An- 
geles. 3766, 3767 

Episodes 132-135. © 1 c. 

each June 28, 1933 ; D 23140-23143 ; 
Globe grain and milling co., Los An- 
geles. 3768-3771 

Glockenweihe (Die) in Kretelbeck ; 
groteske in 3 akten, von Friedrich 
Graebke. ©lc. June 19, 1933; D 
23030; Drei masken verlag, a.-g., 
Berlin. 3772 



Go get 'em. See Play — it's good for 
you. 

God's in His heaven ; a play in 1 act, 
by P. Stevenson. © 1 c. June 15, 
1933; D 22894; Philip Stevenson, 
Santa Fe, N. M. 3773 

Gold (The) mine; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Jeannette Power. Boston [1933] 
18 p. 12 mo. (Baker's junior high 
series) © June 14, 1933; 2 c. June 
30; D 23173; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 3774 

Gold standard ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Emile Pelet. © 1 c. June 1. 1933; 
D 22695; Emile Aime Albert Pelet, 
Richmond Hill, L. I., N. Y. 3775 



Good fishing. 



First nighter. 



Governors [ !] (The) missus; a pic- 
ture outline with dialogue, by L. 
Foster. © 1 c. June 16, 1933; D 
22911 ; Lillian Foster, New York. 

3776 

Graceless (The) year; a 3-act play, by 
R. Khastgir. © 1 c. May 27, 1933 ; 
D 22908; Ranendra Khastgir, New 
York. 3777 

Grave yard rattles; a play, by M. R. 
Lyons. Act 2. © 1 c. June 15, 
1933; D 22896; Margaret R. Lyons, 
Miller Place, L. I., N. Y. 3778 

Great (The) hunter; a comedy in 5 
scenes, by P. Eldridge. © 1 c. June 
9, 1933; D 22S11 ; Paul Eldridge, 
New York. 3779 

Great moments in history ; a series of 
radio sketches. By J. Walter Thomp- 
son co. no. 30, Dewey and the bat- 
tle of Manila Bay. © 1 c. June 6, 
1933; D 22759; Standard brands, 
inc., New York. 3780 

— ■ no. 31. Washington's retreat 

from Manhattan Island. © 1 e. 
June 6, 1933; D 22760; Standard 
brands, inc., New York. 3781 

no. 32. The Building of the 

Panama Canal. © 1 c. June 6, 
1933; D 22761; Standard brands, 
inc., New York. 3782 

no. 33. The duel of Alexan- 
der Hamilton and Aaron Burr. © 
1 c. June 6. 1933; D 22762; Stand- 
ard brands, inc., New York. 3783 

■ no. 34. Samuel Morse and 

the invention of the telegraph. © 
1 c. June 6, 1933 ; D 22763 ; Stand- 
ard brands, inc., New York. 37S4 



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Great (The) unwashed; a comedy in 
3 acts, by A. G. Miller. © 1 c. June 
9, 1933; D 22800; Albert G. Miller, 
New York. 3785 

Green (The) diamond. See Gamine 
(La) 

Happy landing ; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, by R. Adams, with the collabo- 
ration of Harry DeWitt. Text. © 
1 c. June 9, 1933; D 22S26 ; Rex 
Adams. New York. 3786 

Happy landings; Episode nos. 27-36, 

a serial radio drama, by Lawrence 

Holcomb. © 1 c. June 2, 1933; D 

22706 ; Joseph Katz co., New York. 

3787 

Harmony ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Henry Duvernois. Authorized trans- 
lation from the French by Rabette 
and Glenn Hughes. Boston [1933] 
68 p. 12mo. © June 6, 1933 : 2 c. 
June 30 ; D 23176 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 378S 

Healthy, wealthy and wise ; a farce 
comedy in 3 acts, by Charles George. 
New York, N. Y., Los Angeles, Calif., 
London. Toronto. 1933. 89, [1] p. 
diagr. 12mo. © May 8, 1933; 2 c. 
June 10; D 22834; Samuel French, 
New York. 3789 

Hello fool ; a play in 5 scenes, by 
E. C. Sutherland. © 1 c. June 7, 
1933 ; D 23115 ; Ethel Clifton Suth- 
erland, Los Angeles. 3790 

Henry-etta ; an operetta, by R. D. Wil- 
son. Text. © 1 c. June 1, 1933 ; D 
23041; Ruth Davies Wilson, Mend- 
ham, N. J. 3791 

Here's to tomorrow ; a play in 3 acts, 
by C. Washburne. © 1 c. June 21, 
1933 ; D 23005 ; Conway Washburne, 
New York. 3792 

High blood pressure ; a comedy in a 
prologue and 3 acts, by H. Hart. © 
1 c. June 24, 1933 ; D 23157 ; Helen 
Hart, New York. 3793 

High strung; by W. Colwell and 
Frances Amherst-Johnson. © 1 c. 
May 24, 1933 ; D 22854 ; Worth Col- 
well. New York. 3794 

Hiram Cranberry, M. D. H. ; a mono- 
logue by E. Hopkins. © 1 c. May 25, 
1933 ; D 23036 ; Edwin Hopkins, New 
York. 3795 

His virtuous mistress; a comedy in 3 
acts, by C. H. O'Donnell. © 1 c. 
June 20, 1933 ; D 22971 ; Charles H. 
O'Donnell, New York. 3796 

Holiday adventure. See First nighter. 



Home; a play in 3 acts, by Marjorie 
Benton Cooke. New York, N. Y.. 
Los Angeles, Calif.. London, To- 
ronto, 1933. 73. [3] p. 12mo. © 
May 10, 1933 ; 2 c. June 10 ; D 22830 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 3797 

Home, James. See First nighter. 

Home (The) of prayer in this modern 
age; a play in 5 acts, by M. J. Wil- 
son. © 1 c. May 1!!. 1933 : I » 22909 ; 
Mary J. Wilson, Chicago. .">7'.)s 

House (The) in Laurel glen. Sec 
First nighter. 

House (The) of Juke; a play in 1 act, 
by Valentine I>avies. New York city, 
Los Angeles [1933] 3 p. 1.. 24 p. 
12mo. © May 8. 1933 ; 2 c. June 10 ; 
D 22S35; Samuel French, New York. 
3799 

How Alkestis was saved. Sec Four 
old Greeks : Achilles. Herakles. Dio- 
nysos, Alkestis. 

Huntress (A) of men; a play in 4 
acts, by J. L. Marvin. © 1 c. June 
10, 1933; D 22S42 ; Jessie L. Marvin. 
New York. 3S0O 

I am a fugitive from Hitler ; or. Smug- 
gled out of Germany, an original 
scenario, by H. Weir. © 1 c. June 
15, 1933 ; D 22990 : Hugh Weir. New 
York. 3801 

I am the cat ; a play in 3 acts, by A. H. 
Menkin. © 1 e. June 26. 1'.':::',: I' 
23069; Arthur H. Menkin. Yonkers, 
N. Y. 3802 

I gave thee birth ; a play in 3 acts, 
by V. Swayne and E. Simmons. © 
1 c. June 28, 1933 ; D 23145 : Viola 
Swayne, Rrooklyn. and Earl Sini- 
mons. New York. 3803 

I love Mary; a farcical-comedy in 3 
acts, by S. B. Hobbs. © 1 c. June 
10, 1933; D 22965; Stephen Bert rain 
Hobbs, Pleasantville. N. Y. 3804 

Illusion: a drama in 1 act. by W. K. 
Phillips. © 1 c. June 10, 1933; 1) 
22844; Wendell K. Phillips, New 
York. 3805 

Impossible, incorporated ; nos. 1, 2, a 
radio series, by A. Turner. © 1 c. 
June 23, 1933; D 23055; Alfred Tur- 
ner, New York. 3806 

Impromptu. See Talkie picture time. 

In a Chinese garden: a play in 1 act, 
by A. M. Rae. © 1 c. June 5, 1933 ; 

D 22738: Anne M. Rae Brooklyn. 

3807 



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3827 



In Adam's fall ; a play in 3 acts, by 
L. G. Cameron. © 1 c. May 12, 
1933; D 23108; Leslie G. Cameron, 
Portage, Wis. 3808 

In Belle's flat. See Belle and Martha. 

In the meantime. See First nighter. 

Incident (An) of war; a playlet in 6 
scenes, by Harry Sothern and Doris 
Hardy [i. e. D. H. Perry] © 1 c. 
June 13, 1933; D 22858; Doris 
Hardy Perry, New York. 3809 

Incognito. See First nighter. 

Incompatibilty ; a play in 4 acts, by 
C. V. Brownlow. © 1 c. June 21, 
1933; D 23003; Charles Victor 
Brownlow, Philadelphia. 3810 

Indoor and outdoor plays for children ; 
including The magic sea shell, by 
John Farrar, illustrated by Wini- 
fred Bromhall and Mary M. Ludlum. 
New York [1933] 201 p. incl. col. 
front., illus., col. plates. 12mo. 
Contents. — The house gnomes. — God 
Pan forgotten. — The kingdom of the 
rose queens. — The magic sea shell. — 
Grandmother dozes. — Birthdays come 
in February. — Worship the nativ- 
ity. — Swing high. — Sand castle. © 
Jan. 17, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 13 ; aff. Mar. 
14 ; A 60597 ; Noble and Noble, New 
York. 3810* 

Infants terrible ; a play in 3 acts, by 
William Howe Woods and John Mc- 
Mullen Ducey. 1933, 100 1. fol. © 
June 3, 1933 ; 2 c. June 5 ; D 22722 ; 
John McMullen Ducey, Chicago. 

3811 

Invisible ink ; a play in a prologue and 
3 acts, by C. Washburn. © 1 c. May 

18, 1933; D 22687; Charles Wash- 
burn, New York. 3812 

Iron (The) house ; Episodes nos. 1-13, 
a series of radio sketches, by V. 
Connors. © 1 c. June 9, 1933; D 
22798; Victor Connors, San Fran- 
cisco. 3813 

1st Geraldine ein engel? lustspiel in 3 
akteh, von Hans Jaray. © 1 c. June 

19, 1933; D 23028; Theaterverlag 
Otto Eirich, g. m. b. h., Vienna. 

3814 

Jay-Dee ; a comedy in 3 acts, by H. H. 
Haslett. © 1 c. June 26, 1933; D 
23071; Harriet Holmes Haslett, 
Alameda, Calif. 3815 

Jazz drama ; Episode 1. The jazz fam- 
ily at breakfast, a series of radio 
sketches, by J. A. Smythe. © 1 c. 



June 5, 1933; D 22743; Joseph An- 
thony Smythe, San Francisco. 3S16 
Jazz (The) family at breakfast. See 
Jazz drama. 

Jew ; a play in 3 acts and an epilogue, 
by Ernita Lascelles [i. e. E. L. Ran- 
son] © 1 c. June 13, 1933 ; D 22865 ; 
Ernita Lascelles Ranson, Beech- 
hurst, L. I., N. Y. 3817 

Jigsaw ; a comedy in 3 acts, by D. 
Powell. © 1 c. June 16, 1933; D 
22914; Dawn Powell, New York. 

3818 

Jig saw puzzles; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by S. A. Vass [pseud, of S. A. 
Vassiliev] © 1 c. June 2, 1933; D 
22720; Tamara and Sergius A. Vas- 
siliev, New York. 3819 

Jock's luck ; a 3-act Scotch comedy, by 
J. H. Stitt. © 1 c. June 14, 1933; 
D 23114; James Henry Stitt, New 
York. 3820 

John Blind ; a play in 2 acts, by A. 
Eisler. © 1 c. June 5, 1933; D 
22734 ; Alan Eisler, Brooklyn. 3821 

Jolie (Une) lettre bleue; comedie en 
1 acte [par] Jacques Yveline. 
Paris, 1933. 26 p. diasr. Svo. © 
Apr. 1, 1933 ; 1 c. May 6 ; D 22987 ; 
C. Joubert et cie, Paris. 3822 

Journeys in cadence; [no. 1] a radio 
series, by J. C. Beal. © 1 c. June 
24, 1933; D 23065; Joseph Carleton 
Beal, New York. 3823 

Joy forever; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
E. P. Harris, © 1 c. June 5, 1933 ; 
D 22735; Edward Peyton Harris, 
New York. 3824 

Judas. See Talkie picture time. 
Just a dream. See As you'd like it. 
Just pals. See Talkie picture time. 

Kek (A) lampas; operett 3 felvonas- 
ban, szoveget es verseit irtak: Har- 
math Imre [i. e. Imre Harmath] es 
Szilagyi Laszlo [i. e. Laszlo 
Szilasyi] zenejet szerzette : Brodszky 
Miklos [i. e. Miklos Brodszky] © 
1 c. June 21, 1933 ; D 28469 ; Alex- 
ander Marton, Budapest, Hungary. 
3S25 

King of the sewer palace ; a play in 3 
acts, by C. T. Ford. © 1 c. June 3, 
1933; D 22721; Charles T. Ford, 
Brooklyn. 3S26 

Kit Marlowe's death ; a play in 3 acts 
and an epilogue, by M. M. Coxe. © 
1 c. June 22. 1933 ; D 23022 ; Maria 
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Konigsleutnant (Der) ; singspiel in 3 
akten (nach tlem gleichnamigen 
biilinenwerk von K. Gutzkow) von 
Paul Frank unci Peter Herz, musik 
von Fred Raymond. Regiebuch. 
Leipzig [1933] 62. [2] p. illus. 
12mo. © Feb. 27, 1933 ; 1 c. May 2 ; 
D 22901 ; Biibnenverlag Anton J. 
Benjamin, a.-g., Leipzig. 3828 

Kreuger ; a drama in 4 acts, by R. W. 
Ames. © 1 c. June 7, 1933; D 
22791; Robert Witt Ames, Los An- 
geles. 3829 

Kultur ; a dramatic satire in 3 acts, 
by Tbeodore Weachter, adapted from 
the German, by A. Philipp. © 1 c. 
May 26, 1933; D 23011; Adolf 
Philipp, Brighton Beach, Brooklyn. 
3830 

Kurfiirst (Der) ; schauspiel in 4 
akten, von Walter Bloem. © 1 c. 
June 19, 1933; D 23029; Drei mas- 
ken verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 3831 

Lady beware; a musical comedy in 3 
acts, text by Eleanor Phillips, music 
by E. Chambreau. © 1 c. June 26, 
1933; D 28470; Edward Cham- 
breau, Seattle. 3832 

Lady (The) of the Camellias; a play 
in 5 acts, by Alexander Dumas, fils, 
adapted by R. Lawrence & J. Cowl. 
© 1 c. May 16, 1933 ; D 226S2 ; Regi- 
nald Lawrence & Jane Cowl, New 
York. 3833 

Lady (The) of Tripoli; a romantic 
musical drama in 3 acts, by Robert 
Woodford [pseud, of R. C. Whit- 
ford] Text. © 1 c. June 23, 1933 ; 
D 23064; Robert Calvin Whitford, 
Hollis, N. Y. 3834 

Lady with talent ; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. E. Murray. © 1 c. June 6, 1933 ; 
D 22766; Warren E. Murray, New 
York. 3835 

Last (The) curtain. See Talkie pic- 
ture time. 

Last (The) shakedown. See Talkie 
picture time. 

Leading lady. See Fh - st nighter. 

Leonardo; a play in 5 acts with a 
prologue, by M. Hatfield. © 1 c. 
June 1, 1933; D 22696; Margaret 
Hatfield, Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

3836 

Life (The) of Halsey ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by K. W. Brooks. © 1 c. June 
13, 1933; D 22864; Kenneth W. 
Brooks, New York. 3837 



Lilly and Tilly ; Episode 1, a series of 
radio sketches, by W. Shaw and L. 
Gordoni. © 1 c. June 14, 1933; D 
23156; William Shaw and Lillian 
Gordoni, Chicago. 3838 

Lily (The) gilders; a humorous trag- 
edy of Hollywood in 3 acts, by Hor- 
ace Manning [pseud, of H. Hoff- 
man] © 1 c. June 2, 1933; D 
22707; Hugh Hoffman, N. Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3S39 

1933. Various pagings. 4to. 

© May 16, 1933; 2 c. June 5; D 
23120; Hugh Hoffman, N. Hollv- 
wood, Calif. 3840 

Lioba. See Three folksong panto- 
mines. 

Little cyclone. See First nighter. 

Little men ; a play in 3 acts, by John 
Ravold, from the book by Louisa M. 
Alcott. © 1 c. June 1, 1933; D 
22703 ; John D. Ravold, New York. 

3841 

Little Miss Muffet; a sketch, by A. 
Langford. © 1 c. June 13, 1933 ; D 
22861 ; Alleine Langford, James- 
town, N. Y. 3842 

Little paradise. See Citric passion. 

Little Red Riding Hood ; an operetta 
for children in 4 scenes, words and 
music by L. E. Yeamans. Vocal 
score. Philadelphia. 1933. 63 p. 
4to. © May 31, 1933 ; 2 c. June 1' ; 
D 28460; Theodore Presser CO., Phil- 
adelphia. 3843 

Little white mice; comedy in 3 acts. 
by E. de S. Melcher. © 1 c. June 21. 
1933; D 23007: Edward de S. Mel- 
cher, New York. 3S44 

Locked (The) room; a mystery com- 
edy drama in 3 acts, by H. Ashton, 
jr. © 1 c. June 5, 1933 ; D UL'TliT : 
Herbert Ashton, jr., and Roy Wall- 
ing, New York. 3845 

Lola : a translation by Ivan Andre 
Rata from an original play, by Tibor 
Yost and Eugen Scharin. © 1 c. 
June 20. 1933; D 22980; I. Robert 
Broder. New York. 3846 

Lord (The) is always with us: a com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Byron Conklin. 
© 1 c. May 1«). 1983; I) 22680 ; By- 
ron Edward Conklin. East Orange, 
N. J. 3847 

Love conquers ; a play in 19 scenes, by 
J. P. Carter. © 1 c. June 7. 1933; 
D 22779 ; John P. Carter, New York. 

3848 



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3867 



Lovers live ; a drama in 60 scenes, 
concerning the life of Cleopatra, 
Queen of Egypt, by Denton Whit- 
son. © 1 c. June 1, 1933 ; D 22701 ; 
Erpi picture consultants, inc., New 
York. 3849 

Love's labor lost ; a sketch, by L. Sea- 
sonwein. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1933; D 
•22158 ; Lester Season wein. New 
York. 3850 

Loyalty ; a play in 3 acts, by C. Rich- 
man. © 1 c. June 22. 1933; D 
23021 ; Charles Richman, New York. 
3851 

Ma sceur de luxe ; comedie en 3 actes, 
par A. Birabeau. © 1 c. June 15, 
1933 ; D 22998 ; Andre Birabeau. St- 
Cloud (S. & O.) France. 3852 

Macbeth [by] William Shakespeare. 
The Emperor Jones [by] Eugene 
O'Neill, edited by Benjamin A. Hey- 
drick and Alfred A. May. New 
York, 1933. viii p., 1 1., 270 p. inci. 
front, (port.) illus. 12mo. (Noble's 
comparative classics) © Apr. 15, 
1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 22 ; aff. Apr. 29 ; A 
61525; Noble and Noble, New York. 
3852* 

Mad (The) Hopes; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Romney Brent. New York, 
N. Y., Los Angeles, Calif., London, 
Toronto, 1933. 117, [1] p. diagr. 
12mo. ( [French's standard library 
edition]) © May 10', 1933; 2 c. 
June 10; D 22828; Samuel French, 
New York. 3853 

Made to order ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
E. J. Hochman. © 1 c. June 1, 
1933 ; D 22697 ; Eugene Joseph Hoch- 
man, Toledo, Ohio. 3854 

Mademoiselle Charron. See First 
nighter. 

Magical voyage to Wellville ; or, Post 
toasties story time ; a series of radio 
sketches, by P. Wing. Episodes 91- 
96. © 1 c. June 6, 1933 ; D 22771 ; 
Paul Wing, Darien, Conn. 3855 

■ Episodes 97-102. © 1 c. June 

14, 1933; D 22885; Paul Wing, Da- 
rien, Conn. 3856 

Episodes 103-10S. © 1 c. 

June 29. 1933 ; D 23151 ; Paul Wing, 
Darien, Conn. 3857 

Man (The) behind the curtain. Sec 
First nighter. 

Man (The) in the moon. See Three 
nursery song pantomimes. 



Man (A) of silence; a comedy in 3 
acts, by F. F. Weir. © 1 c. June 9, 
1933; D 22812; Fernande Fort- 
homme Weir, New York. 3858 

Mari en location ; comedie en 3 actes 
de J. Picavet et G. Keroul. © 1 c. 
June 6, 1933 ; D 22993 ; Jean Picavet 
et Gilbert Keroul, Paris. 3859 

Mariage (Le) de mademoiselle Perri- 
chon (The marriage of Miss Perri- 
chon) ; comedy in 4 acts, by J. Lee- 
man. © 1 c. June 16, 1933; D 
22920; Jean Leeman, San Francisco. 
3860 

Marriage (The) of Miss Perrichon. 
See Mariage (Le) de Mademoiselle 
Perrichon. 

Mary, Queen of Scots. See First 
nighter. 

Matinee idol. See First nighter. 

Matsukaze ; a Japanese no play, by 
Kwanami, tr. into English by Dan 
Frank Waugh. New York city, Pri- 
vately printed, 1933. 3 p. 1., 5-35 p., 
1 1. 8vo. © June 1, 1933 ; 2 c. June 
12; D 22846; Dan Frank Waugh, 
Tokyo, Japan. 3861 

Matter (A) of morality; a comedy in 
3 acts, by B. Dexter. © 1 c. June 
17, 1933; D 22916; Byron Dexter, 
Croton-on-Huclson, N. Y. 3862 

Me and the girl in the mirror ; Epi- 
sode 1, a radio series, by L. Korn- 
biueth. © 1 c. June 17, 1933; D 
22921; Leo Kornblueth, Coney Is- 
land, Brooklyn. 3863 

Melo ; [piece en 3 actes et 12 tableaux, 
par] Henry Bernstein. Paris [1933] 
3 p. 1., [9]-249 p., 2 1. 12mo. © 
Apr. 10, 1933; 1 c. June 6; D 22984; 
Artheme Fayard & cie, Paris. 3864 

Merrivale hunt; a musical play in 3 
acts, book and lyrics by Francis 
Steers, music by Ralph Conway. 
Text. © 1 c. June 8, 1933; D 
22788; Francis F. Steers, Cannes, 
France. 3865 

Mile-a-minute. See First nighter. 

Millionaire; a play, by G. F. Smith. 
© 1 c. June 3, 1933 ; D 22717 ; Gar- 
land Fraser Smith, New York. 3866 

Miss Willow ; a comedy in 11 scenes, 
by J. Q. Copeland. © 1 c. June 24, 
1933 ; D 23059 : John Quintus Cope- 
land, Sierra Madre, Calif. 3867 

Mississippi gambler. See First 
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Mr. Lai ; a comedy in 3 acts, by H. H. 
Haslett. © 1 c. June 26, 1933; D 
23070; Harriet Holmes Haslett, Ala- 
meda, Calif. 3868 

Mrs. Caudle's curtain lectures. See 
When Caudle goes to bed. 

Modern (The) Baron Munchausen; a 
series of radio sketches, by William 
K. Wells. Episode 39. The mountie, 
pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. June 8, 1933; D 
22789 ; Lord & Thomas, New York. 

3869 

Episode 40. The skipper, pts. 

1, 2. © 1 c. June 13, 1933 ; D 22860 ; 
Lord & Thomas, New York. 3870 

— Episode 41. The outdoor 

man, pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. June 17. 1933 ; 
D 22955; Lord & Thomas, New 
York. 3871 

■ Episode 42. The fighting 

man, pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. June 28, 1933 ; 

D 23139; Lord & Thomas, New York. 

3872 

■ The explorer. © 1 c. June 5, 

1933 ; D 22723 ; Lord & Thomas, New 
York. 3873 

Modern daze; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Katherine Brocklebank [i. e. K. B. 
Peterson] © 1 c. June 5, 1933; D 
22733 ; Katherine Brocklebank Peter- 
son, Carmel-by-the-sea, Calif. 3874 

Mogo (The) charm; Episode 1. Back 
of the moon. Continuities 1-A, a 
series of radio sketches, by T. Busch. 
© 1 c. June 30, 1933 ; D 23167 ; Thea 
Busch, New York. 3875 

Monsoon. See Talkie picture time. 

Moratorium ; a play, by P. A. Kelley. 
© 1 c. June 2, 1933 ; D 22710 ; Paul 
A. Kelley, Sayville, L. I., N. Y. 3876 

More of life ; a play in 10 scenes, by 
Wilfred Brandon, through the pencil 
of E. Ellis. © 1 c. May 18, 1933 ; D 
22906 ; Edith Ellis, New York. 3877 

Most small fault; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. B. Embler. © 1 c. May 25, 1933 ; 
D 22875; Weller Beardsley Embler, 
Syracuse, N. Y. 3878 

Mother Goose technocracy ; a 4-act 
play, by M. G. Wyre. © 1 c. Apr. 
10, 1933; D 23161; Myrtle Gates 
Wyre, Pasadena. 3879 

Mother's love; a play in 4 acts, by M. 
M. Leonard. © 1 c. May 18, 1933; 
D 22907; Mary Margurite Leonard, 
Chicago. 3880 



Mother's (A) tomorrow; a play in 2 
acts, by Grace Sloan Overton. New 
York. N. Y.. 1933. 1 p. 1., 5-10 p. 
8vo. © May 1, 1933; 2 c. May 20: 
D 22899: Golden rule foundation, 
New York. 3881 

Mountain laughs; a play in 3 acts, by 
P. Clore, jr. and F. L. McNeer, © 
1 c. May 27. 1933; D 23012; Philip 
Clore, jr., Roanoke. Va., and Forest 
Lee McNeer, Hinton, W. Ya. 3882 

Murder in a department store: a play 
in 3 acts, by E. Annstrong. © 1 c. 
Apr. 26, 1933: D 22972; Elizabeth 
Armstrong, New York. 3883 

Murder island ; a play in 3 acts, by P. 
W. Fennelly. © 1 c. June 7, 1933 ; 
D 22786 ; Parker W. Fennelly, Peek- 
skill, N. Y. 3884 

Myra's niece ; a drama in 3 acts, by O. 
Amend. © 1 c. June 30, 1933; D 
23162 ; Ottilie Amend, New York. 

3885 

My-ya-gway. See First nighter. 

Naked (The) lady; a comedy in 3 

acts, by L. Hale. © 1 c. June 16, 

1933 ; D 22953 : Lionel Hale, London. 

3886 

Naked (The) woman; a comedy in 3 
acts, by I. K. Davis. © 1 c. Apr. 
15, 1933; D 22681; Irving Kaye 
Davis, New York. 3887 

Neighbors (The) ; a sketch, by A. 
Darlington. © 1 c. June 13, 1933: 
D 2290.", : Anne Darlington. Wash- 
ington. 3888 

New (A) day dawns; a play in 13 
scenes, by M. I. Hargreaves. © 1 
c. June 30. 1933; D 23166; Minnie 
Idell Hargreaves, Akron, O. 3889 

New deal ; a comedy-drama in 3 acts, 
by N. Bigbee and W. Holbrook. © 
1 c. May 27. 1933: D 227!M»: North 
Bigbee and Walter Holbrook, Dal- 
las. 3890 

a play in 3 acts, by E. L. Lang- 
man. © 1 c. June 13, 1933; D 
23159; Elizabeth L. Langman, Phila- 
delphia. 3891 

Night before the ultimatum, see Red 

(The) car. 

Night shadows : a play in 1 act, by 
T. W. Kean. New version of Co- 
caine. © 1 c. June 16. 1933: I) 
22912: Thomas William Kean. Los 
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3909 



Nine men out of ten ; a drama in 3 
acts, by A. F. Raspona. © 1 c. June 
5, 1933; D 23017; Anthony Francis 
Raspona, Cleveland. 3893 

Noted Huguenot women of the six- 
teenth century ; Episodes 1-3, a play, 
by C. P. Missroon. © 1 c. June 6, 
1933 ; D 22754 ; Clelia Porcher Miss- 
roon, Charleston, S. C. 3894 

Nurse Cavell; a play in 3 acts, by C. 
E. Bechhofer Roberts and C. S. For- 
ester. London, John Lane, The 
Bodley head, limited [1933] 4 p. 1., 
104 p. 12 mo. © Mar. 24, 1933; 
1 c. May 22; D 22900; Carl Eric 
Bechhofer Roberts, Dorking, Surrey. 
England, and Cecil Scott Forester. 
London. 3895 

O'Callighans (The) ; Episode 1. a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by H. Lorent- 
zen. © 1 c. June 9, 1933 •; D 22799 ; 
Helen Lorentzen, San Francisco. 

3896 

CEuvres completes de Robert de La 
Villeherve. IX. Theatre VI ; Paris, 
Societe d'editions litteraires et ar- 
tistiques Ollendorff, 1932. 3 p. 1., 
[9]^21 p., 1 1. front. 12 mo. Con- 
tents. — Gemma, reine de Sicile. — Les 
bonnes gens de Courcillon. — Le jour 
des elections. — Diplomatie conju- 
gate. — Les deux guerres. — Les tri- 
omphes de l'amour. © Dec. 31, 
1932; 1 c. Mar. 31, 1933; A— For- 
eign 20464 ; Charlotte Masson-Le- 
Minihy de La Villeherve, Paris. 

3896* 

Old moonlight ; a Chinese fantasy in 1 
act, by William Ellis Jones. Bos- 
ton [1933] 2 p. 1., [3]-34 p. illus. 12 
mo. Contains music. © June 14, 
1933 ; 2 c. June 30 ; D 23172 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 3S97 

Old sinners; a comedy in 3 acts with 
prologue, by Dora Sheffield [pseud, 
of D. Mark] © 1 c. June 2, 1933 ; 
D 22713; Dora Mark, Neponsit, L. 
I., N. Y. 3898 

Old (The) trail; a historical play in 
3 acts, by T. G. McGee. © 1 c. May 
31, 1933; D 22693; Tom G. McGee, 
Bison, Okl. 3899 

On Dartmoor ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Neil Grant. London, New York, 
1933. 23 p., 1 1. diagr. 12 mo. 
( [French's acting ed., no. 9S0] ) © 
May 8, 1933 ; 1 c. June 10 ; D 22837 : 
Neil Grant, London. 3900 

On the father's side: Jew Dyte and 
They went forth ; two 1-act plays, 



by H. F. Rubinstein. London, New 
York, 1933. 56 p. 12mo. ( [French's 
acting edition, no. 975]) © May 
13, 1933 ; 1 c. June 10 ; D 22838 ; H. 
F. Rubinstein, London. 3901 

Once in a thousand years ; a play in 2 
acts, by Sarah Weld [i. e. S. S. W. 
Blake] © 1 c. June 3, 1933; D 
22718 ; Sarah Swan Weld Blake, Or- 
lando, Fla. 3902 

One time in old Mexico. See First 
nighter. 

Open day; a play, by F. S. Alexander. 

© 1 c. June 5, 1933; D 22728; 

Frances Sibley Alexander, Detroit. 

3903 

Other (The) man; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by J. F. Kirk. © 1 c. 
June 24, 1933 ; D 23061 ; John Fran- 
cis Kirk, New York. 3904 

Other (The) Miriam; or, Bar Abba, a 

romantic drama in 4 acts, by J. O. 

Bilder. © 1 c. June 26, 1933; D 

23067: Jacob O. Bilder, New York. 

3905 

Other (The) wife; a play in 3 acts, 
by Keith Maxwell [i. e. H. K. Max- 
well] and C. Clovelly. © 1 c. May 
16, 1933; D 22685; Hamilton Keith 
Maxwell, Hackensack, N. J., and 
Cecil Clovelly, New York. 3906 

Our hero; a mystery melodrama, by 
E. P. Harris. © 1 c. June 5, 1933 ; 
D 22736; Edward Peyton Harris, 
New York. 3907 

Outdoor (The) man. See Modern 
(The) Baron Munchausen. 

Over the tea cups. See Elizabeth's 
philosophy. 

Page the thief. See First nighter. 

Panchita ; a 1-act play, by W. A. 
Merrill. © 1 c. June 26, 1933; D 
23075: Walter Anthony Merrill, 
Hollywood, Calif. 3908 

Pandora and the box ; a play in 1 act, 
by Margaret K. Soifer. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. [1933] 15 p. 12mo. ( [Fur- 
row press plays for children] ) © 
June 20, 1933; 2 c. June 21; D 
23000; Furrow press, Brooklyn. 

3909 

Paris-New York. See Theatre. VI. 

Passionate (The) pilgrim. See Care- 
less rapture. 

Peer Gynt; by Henrik Ibsen, trans- 
lated with a foi"eword and critical 
notes by Gottfried Hult. New York. 



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Peer Gynt — Continued. 

G. P. Putnam's sons [1933] xii. 257 
p. 12ino. © May 26, 1933; 2 c. 
June 2; D 23178; Gottfried Hult, 
Grand Forks, N. D. 3910 

Pencil (The) seller. See Pencils. 

Pencils ; a dramatization of Robert W. 
Service's poem The pencil seller, 
taken from his Ballads of a Bohe- 
mian, by T. W. Kean. © 1 c. June 
16, 1933 ; D 22913 ; Thomas William 
Kean, Los Angeles. 3911 

Peppy monologues ; by Mary Moncure 
Parker. New York, Los Angeles, 
London, 1933. vi. p., 1 1., 152 p. 
12mo. © Apr. 9, 1933 ; 2 c. June 12 ; 
aff. June 10; A 62940; Samuel 
French, New York. 3911* 

Perhaps we are ; a play in 3 acts, by 
P. Osborn. © 1 c. June 15, 1933 ; D 
228S3; Paul Osborn, W. Brattleboro, 
Vt. 3912 

Philanthrope (Le) obstine. See 
Evasion. 

Picture of Dorian Gray. See Dorian 
Gray. 

Pierre ou Jack? See Theatre. YI. 

Piniatu ('U) ; tragedia in 4 atti, di 

J. Pagano. © 1 c. May 9, 1933; D 

2S462 ; Joseph Pagano, Garfield, N. J. 

3913 

Play — it's good for you. Go get 'em; 
a play, by R. E. MacKenzie. © 1 c. 
June 14, 1933; D 22884; Robert E. 
MacKenzie, Canton, O. 3914 

Plays and puppet shows in which the 
parts are played by famous and famil- 
iar characters found in school stories 
and studies ; [Compiled from articles 
in the School arts magazine] Wor- 
cester, Mass., The School arts maga- 
zine [1933] 48 p. illus. Svo. © 
Apr. 25, 1933 ; 2 c. and aff. Apr. 28 ; 
A 62401 ; Davis press, inc., Worcester. 
3914* 

rius and minus ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
with prologue, by E. Malsch. © 1 c. 
June 13, 1933; D 22870; Edmund 
Malsch, New York. 3915 

Polly put the kettle on. See Three 
nursery song pantomimes. 

P<»st toasties story time. See Magical 
voyage to Wellville. 

Presidente (El) See First nighter. 

Price (The) See Talkie picture time. 



Price (The) for Chiyo San; a play in 
5 acts, by M. P. Bower. © 1 c. June 
<!. 1933: D 22770; Marie Patterson 
Bower. Helena. Mont. 3816 

Priscilia is a guinea pig; a fane in 3 
acts, by Peter Daggetl [pseud, of 
J. L. Daggett] © 1 c. May 31. 1983 : 

D 23100: James Lothian Daggett, 

Indianapolis. :\'.ni 

Prize money; a play in 1 act. by Louis 

Wilson. Boston [1933] 32 p. 12mo. 

© May 29. 1933: 2 c. June 30; 1' 

23175; Walter H. Baker CO., Boston. 

3918 

Proof for the jury; a mystery play in 
3 acts, bv A. C. Miller. © 1 c. June 
27, 1933; D 23122; Allen Cowan Mil- 
ler, Jackson Heights, L. I., N. Y. 

3919 

Psycho-analyst (The) ; or. The psycho 
nutist, Episodes 3, 4. a radio series, 
by L. Steedman. © 1 c. June 13. 
1933: D 22S56: Louise Steedman. 
New York. 3929 

Psycho-nutist (The) See Psycho-an- 
alyst (The) 

Queen's (The) nose; a comedy in 1 
act. by Russell Medcraft. New 
York city. Los Angeles [1933] 3 p. 
1., 21 p.. 1 1. diagr. 12mo. © May 
8, 1933; 2 c. June 10; I> 22832; 
Samuel French. New York. 3921 

Rabbit's (The) foot; a 3-act play, by 
M. E. Coleman. © 1 c. May 2, 
1933: D 22897: Mary Etta Coleman. 
Homewood. Ala. 3922 

Rabble rouser ; a play in 3 acts, by R. 
Royce. © 1 c. June 12, 1933: D 
22852; Riza Royce. New York". :id2:l 

Rag (The) doll. See First nighter. 

Range war. See First nighter. 

Razberry Finn ; a sketch, by B. Baker 
and Bert Lawrence. © 1 c. May 20, 
1933; D 22903: Benny Baker, 
Brooklyn. 3924 

Red (The) cat: in 3 acts (From the 
German play Night before the ulti- 
matum) by Rudolph Lot liar and 
Hans Adler. adapted by J. Ernst. © 
1 c. June 17. 1933: D 22!iis ; .irssie 
Ernst. New York. 3925 

Red planet; a play in 3 acts, by J. L. 
Balderston and J. E. Hoare. New- 
York, N. Y.. Los Angeles, Calif., 
Samuel French, inc.: London. Sam- 
uel French, ltd. ; Toronto, Samuel 
French (Canada) 1933. 99, [10] 
p. diagrs. 12mo. ( [French's stand- 
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3944 



1933; 2 c. June 15; D 22S90 ; J. E. 
Hoare, Loudon, and John L. Bal- 
derston, Beverly Hills, Calif. 3926 

Red, red rose ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. Adelmann. © 1 c. June 24, 1933 ; 
D 23066 ; Milton Adelmann, Brook- 
lyn. 3927 

Refining (The) fire; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. R. Cason. © 1 c. June 22, 
1933; D 23018; Mary Raub Cason, 
Greensburg, Pa. 3928 

Regeneration ; a play in 3 acts, by 

Pat O'Mara [i. e. P. O'Mara] Rev. 

version. © 1 c. June 7, 1933; D 

22879 ; Patrick O'Mara, Baltimore. 

3929 

Remodeling the rib ; a play in 2 acts, 
by Beatrice Odell (Green) Wilson. 
© 1 c. June 7, 1933 ; D 22778 ; Be- 
atrice Odell Wilson, Washington. 

3930 

Renards (The) ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
L. Hazard. © 1 c. June 23, 1933^ 
D 23052; Lawrence Hazard, Holly* 
wood, Calif. 3931 

Reporter (The) from the News. See 
First nighter. 

Revival ; a play, by B. MacLane and 
V. Griffith. © 1 c. June 19, 1933 ; 
D 22960; Barton MacLane and 
Vance Griffith, Van Nuys, Calif. 

3932 

Rexall (The) magic hour; a radio se- 
ries, by W. Craig. © 1 c. June 13, 
1933; D 22859; Walter Craig, New 
Tork. 3933 

Rhythmic (The) traveler; a dramatic 
composition for radio, by J. C. 
Beal. © 1 c. June 9, 1933 ; D 22872 ; 
Joseph Carleton Beal, New York. 

3934 

Richard the Third (The tragedy of 
King) ; edited by Hazelton Spencer. 
Boston, New York [etc., 1933] xxviii, 
[2], 254 p. 16mo. (The Arden 
Shakespeare) © June 2, 1933; 2 c. 
June 12; aff. June 10; A 62941; 
D. C. Heath & co., Boston. 3934* 

Ride a cock horse ; a farce-comedy in 
3 acts, by R. Fine and B. Aronson. 
© 1 c. June 1, 1933 ; D 22694 ; Ruth 
Fine and Beatrice Aronson, New 
York. 3935 

Ritz, 1919 ; szinmu felvonasban, irta : 
Hunyady Sandor [i. e. Sandor Hun- 
yady] rendezo : Hegediis Tibor [i. e. 
Tibor Hegediis. Budapest, Hungary, 
Szinhazi Elet, 1933] p. 107-136. 



8vo. © May 13, 1933 ; 1 c. June S ; 
D 22986; Alexander Marton, Buda- 
pest, Hungary. 3936 

River-bed ; a rehearsal in 8 scenes, by 

P. Eldridge. © 1 c. May 13, 1933 ; 

D 22873 ; Paul Eldridge, New York. 

3937 

Robespierre. See First nighter. 

Roll Jordan roll; a 1-act play, by 
M. W. Mitchell. © 1 c. June 13, 
1933; D 22868; Mark W. Mitchell, 
Hollywood, Calif. 3938 

Romance (The) of Julie Marsh; or 
Dear diary, Episode no. 1, a radio 
series, by I. Phillips. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 
1933; D 23016; Irna Phillips, Chi- 
cago. 3939 

Rose, ma voisine; opera-comique en 1 
acte, paroles de G. Namur-Devismes, 
musique de Marcelle Chadal Paris, 
1933. 48 p. 8vo. Text. © May 1, 
1933 ; 1 c. June 7 ; D 22989 ; Durand 
et cie, Paris. 3940 

Rousseau and the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence ; a sketch, by M. M. Miller 
and Clarence Locke Miller. © 1 c. 
June 10, 1933 ; D 22839 ; Myron Mes- 
senger Miller, Youngstown, O. 3941 

Run, little chillun ; a drama of negro 
life in 2 acts, by H. Johnson. © 1 c. 
June 6, 1933; D 23034; Hall John- 
son, New York. 3942 

Runaway. See Talkie picture time. 

Russian village ; a play, by A. Kar- 
penko, translated by A. Goldstein. 
© 1 c. Apr. 13, 1933 ; D 22684 ; Ar- 
chip Karpenko and Abraham Gold- 
stein, New York. 3943 

Ruy Bias ; par Victor Hugo, with in- 
troduction, notes, exercises, and vo- 
cabulary, by Olin H. Moore. Bos- 
ton, New York [etc.] 1933. xxv, 
307 p. front, (port.) 12mo. 
(Heath's modern language series) 
© Apr. 28, 1933; 2 c. May 17; aff. 
May 16; A 61829; D. C. Heath and 
co., Boston. 3943* 

Sainte Therese of the child Jesus (The 
Little Flower) ; oratorio in 3 parts 
for soli, chorus, organ, and orches- 
tra, words and music by Evangeline 
Lehman, French adaptation, by 
Maurice Dumesnil. Philadelphia 
[1933] 72 p. 4to. Vocal score. © 
May 31, 1933 ; 2 c. June 2 ; D 28461 ; 
Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 
3944 



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Sally Lou ; a comedy in 3 acts, by Eu- 
gene G. Hafer. Boston [1933] 
136 p. diagr. 12nio. © June 14, 
1933 ; 2 c. June 20 ; D 23171 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 3945 

Salvage; or, Secrets of the deep, a 
drama in 5 scenes, by A. Strawn. 
© 1 c. June 26, 1933 ; D 23068 ; Ar- 
thur Strawn, New York. 3946 

Samuel Morse and the invention of 
the telegraph. See Great moments 
in history. 

Sandy Creek ; a dramatic composition 
in 5 acts, by E. T. Redden. © 1 c. 
June 23, 1933 ; D 23113 ; Edward T. 
Redden, Minneapolis. 3947 

Sargasso; a play in 3 acts, by L. E. 
Vcgel and A. L. Colloms. © 1 c. 
June 30, 1933; D 23163; Lester E. 
Vogel and Albert L. Colloms, New 
York. 3948 

Satin ; a drama, by L. M. Turner. © 
1 c. June 19, 1933; D 22967; Lucy 
Mae Turner, E. St. Louis. 3949 

Schlageter ; schauspiel [von] Hanns 
Johst. Miinchen, 1933. 134, [1] p. 
12mo. © Mar. 31, 1933; 1 c. June 
19; D 23025; Albert Langen-Georg 
Miiller verlag, g. m. b. h.. Munich. 

3950 

Scipion ; piece en 3 actes, par A. Co- 
hen. © 1 c. June 15, 1933 ; D 22995 ; 
Albert Cohen, Neuilly (Seine) 
France. 3951 

Seal (The) of the Don; Episodes 25- 
39, a series of radio sketches, by 
Carman and Gerson [i. e. Eugene J. 
Carman and Richard Gerson] © 
1 c. June 14, 1933; D 22886; Han- 
cock oil company of California, 
Long Beach, Calif. 3952 

Secret (The) of Sing Long. See First 
nighter. 

Secrets of the deep. See Salvage. 

Seven (The) deadly sins; a play in 1 
act, with prologue and epilogue, by 
Carolyn Wells [i. e. C. W. Hough- 
ton] © 1 c. June 22, 1933 ; D 23020 : 
Carolyn Wells Houghton, New 
York. 3953 

Shades of black and white; a play in 
a prologue and 3 acts, by Carrol 
Lusk and Maurice Weed. © 1 c. 
June 2, 1933; D 23118; Maurice A. 
Weed and Carrol B. Lusk, Austin. 
Tex. 3954 



She tried infidelity ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by A. Elmer. © 1 c. June 14, 
1933; D 22887; Arthur Elmer. 
Brooklyn. 3955 

She wouldn't stay put ; a modern com- 
edy in 1 act, by Marion Short. New 
York, N. Y., Los Angeles, Calif., 
London, Toronto [1933] 28. [1] p. 
diagr. 12mo. © May 10, 1933 : 2 c. 
June 10; D 22827; Samuel French. 
New York. 3956 

Shell (The) must break; a play in 3 
acts, by W. W. Lang. © 1 c. June 
3. 1933; D 22716; William Warner 
Lang, Wellesley, Mass. 3957 

Shwarz-Shabbes ; tragedy in 3 acts, by 

D. Pinski and M. Elkin. 
•m pD ,ppx 3 px ynyjxno -.raannKtw 
.ypby btjyn px 'pors 

© 1 c. June 19, 1933 ; D 22966 : David 

Pinski and Mendl Elkin, New York. 

3958 

Silas Maimer. See Silas Maimer's gold. 

Silas Maimer's gold ; a drama in 3 acts, 
based on George Eliot's Silas Mar- 
ner, by J. C. Rosser. © 1 c. June 
12, 1933; D 22S51 ; Jane Cozzens 
Rosser, Hollywood, Calif. 3959 

Simon says wiggle waggle ; a dramatic 
composition in 12 scenes, by M. M. 
Boylan. Contains music. © 1 c. 
June 12, 1933; D 23154; Margaret 
Manora Boylan, Carthage, Mo. 

3960 

Simple Simon. See Three nursery 
song pantomimes. 

Sketches from life; Mar. 21, 1933, a 
radio series, by J. G. Thompson. © 
1 c. June 15, 1933 ; D 22891 : Jeska 
Grieve Thompson, New York. 3961 

Skipper (The) See Modern (The) 
Baron Munchausen. 

Skippy : continuity nos. 373-402. a 
series of radio sketches, by Blackett- 
Sample-Hummert, inc. © 1 e. each 
June 26, 1933; D 23(170-231(1:.; 
Skippy, inc., McLean, Ya. 3962-399] 

Smierc" sieroty przy kizyzu ; dramat w 
3 aktach, nakladem Jan K. Lysa- 

kowski [i. e. J. Lysakowski] Chi- 
cago. 111., 1933. 3 p. 1.. [21-4.- p. 
8 vo. © May 22. 1933 : 2 c. May 20 : 
D 230O9: John Lysakowski. Chicago. 
3992 

Smuggled out of Germany. Sec I am 
a fugitive from Hitler. 



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1933 



4015 



Snitcher ; a play in 3 acts, by Priscilla 
A. Holmes. © 1 c. June 6, 1933 ; D 
22764 ; Holmes production co., Mai- 
den, Mass. 3993 

Soldier (A) from the South; a drama 
in 4 acts, by E. C. Campbell. © 1 c. 
June 19, 1933; D 22962; Emmett 
Cadwallader . Campbell, Nashville, 
Term. 3994 

Something romantic. See First 
nighter. 

Sometimes even now ; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. Chetham-Strode. © 1 c. 
June 21, 1933 ; D 23111 ; W. Chet- 
ham-Strode, London. 3995 

Sovereign (The) ; a screen play, by 
S. G. Brigel. © 1 c. June 1, 1933 ; 
D 22698 ; Samuel G. Brigel, Greens- 
burg, Pa. 3996 

Sparrers; a sketch, by E. L. Rice. © 
1 c. June 12, 1933 ; D 22849 ; Emma 
Lee Rice, Knoxville, Tenn. 3997 

Speech (The) See Dan and Ezra Per- 
kins, Flaggspoint, Maine, The gen- 
eral store and post office. 

Speed ; a play in 3 acts, by R. E. Fried- 
man. © 1 c. June 12, 1933 ; D 22847 ; 
Ruth E. Friedman, New York. 

3998 

Spiel (Das) vom deutschen bettel- 
mann : [von] Ernst Wiechert. 
Miinchen, 1933. 40, [1] p. 16 mo. 
© Mar. 31, 1933; 1 c. June 19; D 
23024; Albert Langen-Georg Miiller 
verlag, g. m. b. h., Munich. 3999 

Sports (The) hour; no. 1, featuring 
the Sporting page and its Champions 
of the air, a series of radio dramas, 
written by R. B. Schall. © 1 c. 
June 2, 1933; D 22714; Robert B. 
Schall, Wayne, Pa. 4000 

Spring freshets ; a play in 3 acts, by 
N. S. Colby. © 1 c. June 29, 1933 ; 
D 23152; Nathalie Sedgwick Colby, 
New York. 4001 



Stag (The) 



Failures. 



Statue (The) and the bust; a play in 
3 acts with epilogue, by Wingate 
White [i. e. H. B. W. White] dra- 
matised from the poem of Robert 
Browning. © 1 c. June 19, 1933 ; D 
22964; Harry Bernard Wingate 
White, Hollywood, Calif. 4002 

Stick 'em up granny ! a farce comedy 
in 3 acts, by Carlos D. Varesi [pseud. 
of C. de Fornaro] © 1 c. June 1, 
1933; D 22692; Carlo de Fornaro, 
New York. 4003 



Storm centre ; a play in 3 acts, by L. 
Eyre. © 1 c. June 15, 1933; D 
22882 ; Laurence Eyre, New York. 

4004 

Strange bequest. See First nighter. 

Strange destinies ; a drama in 3 acts 
with prologue, by Leslie Floyd [i. e. 
L. F. Egbert] and Gertrude Ogden 
[i. e. G. O. Tubby] © 1 c. June 20, 
1933; D 22970; Leslie F. Egbert, 
New York. 4005 

Strange love; a play, by J. A. Zin- 
man. © 1 c. May 29, 1933; D 
23042 ; Joseph A. Zinman, New 
York. 4006 

Strangers of the regiment. See First 
nighter. 

Strategy; a comedy in 4 acts, by E. 
Kern. © 1 c. June 5, 1933; D 
22726; Ernil Kern, East Orange, 
N. J. 4007 

Straw flower ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Wallace Acton. © 1 c. June 13, 
1933 ; D 22857 ; Wallace Todd Acton, 
Somerville, Mass. 4008 

Strictly dynamite ; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. T. Colwell and R. A. Simon. 
© 1 c. June 22, 1933 ; D 23169 ; Rob- 
ert T. Colwell and Robert A. Simon, 
New York. 4009 

Strike me pink ; a play in 2 acts, by 
L. Brown and R. Henderson. New 
version. © 1 c. June 16, 1933; D 
22915; Lew Brown, New York, and 
Ray Henderson, Bronxville, N. Y. 

4010 

Struck by lightning; a drama in 5 
acts, by N. Seidelbach. 

,]J?Dj?X 5 ]'K ySSKIT K ;^3K1t3J?3 f'Vn ]13 

.■jkaVyT'D .3 jis 
© 1 c. June 5, 1933 ; D 22742 ; Nor- 
bet Seidelbach, Brooklyn. 4011 

Sublime (The) word; a play in 2 acts 
and an epilogue, by D. Long. © 
1 c. June 17, 1933 ; D 23155 ; Dillard 
Long, Booneville, Miss. 4012 

Summer gone ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Vincent McConnor [i. e. J. V. Mc- 
Connor] © 1 c. June 14, 1933; D 
23112; John Vincent McConnor, 
New York. 4013 

Summer (A) holiday ; a play in 3 
acts, by E. Sirota. © 1 c. June 7, 
1933; D 22777; Elsie Sirota, New 
York. 4014 

Sunya Heath ; a play in 4 acts, by L. 
von Wertaur. © 1 c. June 1, 1933 ; 
D 23160; Louise von Wertaur. New 
York. 4015 



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4016 



pt. i. n. s.. v. 



Suttee ; a play in 3 acts, by M. S. 
Rosenblatt. © 1 e. May 1. 1933; 
D 22783; Martin Stern Rosenblatt, 
San Francisco. 4016 

Sweet bells jangled; a play in 1 act, 
by R. Laurence and C. R. Avery. 
© 1 c. June 2, 1933 ; D 22708 ; Regi- 
nald Laurence and C. R. Avery, New 
York. 4017 

Swift justice. See First nigbter. 

Talkie picture time; Mar. 7, 1933. 
Caravan, a series of radio sketches, 
by Emilia Clapham. © 1 c. June 9, 
1933; D 22S14; Charles P. Hughes 
productions, inc., Chicago. 4018 

Mar. 14, 1933. The last shake- 
down, a series of radio sketches, by 
Richard Macauley. © 1 c. June 9, 
1933; D 22815; Charles P. Hughes 
productions, inc., Chicago. 4019 

Mar. 21, 1933. Impromptu, a 

series of radio sketches, by Richard 
Macauley. © 1 c. June 9, 1933 ; D 
22816; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 4020 

Mar. 28, 1933. Runaway, a series 

of radio sketches, by Richard Ma- 
cauley. © 1 c. June 9, 1933; D 
22817; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 4021 

Apr. 4, 1933. Monsoon, a series 

of radio sketches, by Richard Ma- 
cauley. © 1 c. June 9, 1933; D 
22818; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 4022 

Apr. 11, 1933. Judas, a series of 

radio sketches, by Richard Macau- 
ley. © 1 c. June 9, 1933 ; D 22819 ; 
Charles P. Hughes productions, inc., 
Chicago. 4023 

Apr. 18, 1933. Drums of hate, a 

series of radio sketches, by B. E. 
Ryder. © 1 c. June 9, 1933; D 
22S20; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 4024 

Apr. 25, 1933. The last curtain, 

a series of radio sketches, by B. E. 
Ryder. © 1 c. June 9, 1933; D 
22821; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 4025 

May 23, 1933. Code of the North, 

a series of radio sketches, by B. E. 
Ryder. © 1 c. June 9, 1933; D 
22822; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 4026 

May 30, 1933, Just pals, a series 

of radio sketches, by B. E. Rvder. 
© 1 c. June 9, 1933; D 22823; 



Charles P. Hughes productions, inc., 
Chicago. 4027 

June 6, 1933, The price, a series 

of radio sketches, by B. E. Ryder. 
© 1 c. June 9, 1933; D 22824; 
Charles P. Hughes productions, inc., 
Chicago. 4028 

Tantale : comedie en 5" tableaux, par 
A. Jean. © 1 c. June 15, 1933; D 
22990 ; Albert Jean, Paris. 4029 

Tartebedouce ; ou, L'arriviste. c< 'medic 
en 4 actes de Jacques Lazes [pseud. 
of J. Salez] © 1 c. June 6. 1933; 
D 22994; Jacques Salez, Boulogne, 
France. 4030 

Tarzan of the apes; a series of radio 
sketches, by Edgar Rice Burroughs. 
Episodes 170-179. © 1 c. each June 
6, 1933 ; D 22744-22753 ; Edgar Rice 
Burroughs, inc., Tarzana, Calif. 

4031-4040 

Episodes 180-194. © 1 c. 

each June 27, 1933 : D 23123-23137 ; 
Edgar Rice Burroughs, inc.. Tar- 
zana, Calif. 4041-4055 

Tax (The) ; a skit, by N. Schaum- 
burger. © 1 c. June 9, 1933: D 
22825: Norman Schaumburger. New 
York. 4056 

Television burlesque ; a burlesque on 

the radio commercialism, by A. 

Lahger. © 1 c. June 20, 1933; D 

22977 : Astrid Lahger, Atlantic City. 

4057 

That woman; a play in 3 acts, by F. J. 
Holland. © 1 c. June 29, 1933: D 
23149; Frank Joseph Holland. Chi- 
cago. 4058 

Theatre. VI. [par] Francis de Crois- 
set. [Paris, 1933] 249. [1] p. 12mo. 
Contents. — Pierre ou Jack?. — Paris- 
New York. © Mar. 23. 1933: 1 C. 
Apr. 13; A— Foreign 20656; Ernest 
Flammarion, editeur. Paris. 4058* 

There's love in the air; a comedy in .". 
acts, by Georges Dolley and Robert 
Destez, literal translation from the 
Frencb, by Grace I. Colbron. © 1 c. 
June 30, 1933; D 23164; Hans 
Bartsch, New York. 4059 

They went forth. Sec On the father's 
side : Jew Dyte. 

Things is bad everywhere ; a 3-act 
farce-comedy, by A. Stine and Ar- 
nold Isenburg. © 1 c. Mar. 17. 1933 ; 
D 22877 ; Arnold A. Isenburg and Al 
Stine, Kansas City, Kan. 4060 



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4077 



Third (The) strike. See First nighter. 

Thirteen years ; a play in 3 acts, by 

B. S. Gross and L. Rue. © 1 c. 
June 5, 1933 ; D 22732 ; Ben S. Gross 
and Larry Rue, New York. 4061 

Thistledown ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 

C. Kavanaugh. © 1 c. June 29, 
1933 ; D 23147 ; Clarence Kavanaugh, 
Cleveland. 4062 

Thou shalt not; a play in 3 acts, by 

O. B. Glick. © 1 c. June 5, 1933 ; D 

22725; Oscar B. Glick, Washington. 

4063 

Three folksong pantomimes ; for young 
children, by Susanna Myers. New 
York, 1933. various pagings. 4to. 
Contents. — Fairy gold. — Fairy mis- 
chief.— Lioba. Text. © May 22, 
1933 ; 2 c. May 24 ; D 23010 ; Susanna 
Myers, New York. 4064 

Three gentlemenaces ; a play, by E. 

Forman. © 1 c. June 6, 1933; D 

23038; Edward Forman, New York. 

4065 

Three nursery song pantomimes ; for 
young children, by Susanna Myers. 
1933. various pagings. 4to. Con- 
tents. — Polly put the kettle on. — The 
man in the moon. — Simple Simon. 
© May 25, 1933; 2 c. May 31; D 
23153; Bernice Congdon Colwell, 
Marshalls Creek, Pa. 4066 

Thunder boy. See First nighter. 

Tiger house ; a mystery comedy in 3 
acts, by Robert St. Clair. Minneap- 
olis, Minn., 1933. 124 p. plates, 
diagrs. 12mo. © June 17, 1933 ; 
2 c. June 19 ; D 22958 ; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 4067 

Time element. See First nighter. 

Tomorrow turns back ; a play in 2 acts 
with prologue and epilogue, by M. 
Englander. © 1 c. June 29, 1933; 
D 23150; Marcelite Englander, Chi- 
cago. 4068 

Tonio ; a play, by S. P. Von Wider. © 

1 c. June 12, 1933 ; D 23117 ; Stuart 

Palmer Von Wider, Lakeland, Fla. 

4069 

Trade winds. See First nighter. 

Traders (The) national bunk; a play 
in 1 act, by A. S. Brown and M. 
Green. © 1 c. June 3, 1933; D 
23014 ; Morris Green, New York, and 
A. Seymour Brown, Beechhurst, L. 
I., N. Y. 4070 

Troubadour (The) and the mounte- 
bank; or, The two vagabonds, book 



for light opera in 2 acts, by J. Gil- 
bert [pseud, of] J. G. Perkins. 
Text. © 1 c. June 24, 1933; D 
23063; Josephine Gilbert Perkins. 
Boston. 4071 

True love; a play in 4 acts, by Mary 
French [pseud, of M. R. Cason] © 
1 c. June 22, 1933; D 23019; Mary 
Raub Cason, Greensburg, Pa. 4072 

Truth (The) about Joanne; a comedy 
in 1 act, by W. Hubbell. © 1 c. 
June 10, 1933; D 22843; Willard 
Hubbell, Miami, Fla. 4073 

Tuberoses; a drama, by Essex Dane. 
Boston [1933] 37 p. 12mo. © 
June 6, 1933 ; 2 c. June 30 ; D 23177 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4074 

Tweedledum and Tweedledee; a 
sketch, by A. Langford. © 1 c. 
June 13, 1933; D 22862; Alleine 
Langford, Jamestown, N. Y. 4075 

Twelve famous plays of the restora- 
tion and eighteenth century; intro- 
duction by Professor Cecil A. Moore. 
New York, 1933. xxiii, 952 p. Svo. 
Contents. — William W y c h er 1 e y 
(1640-1715) The country wife 
,(1672).— John Dryden (1631-1700) 
All for love ; or, The world well lost 
(1667).— Thomas Otway (1652- 
1685) Venice preserv'd; or, A plot 
disco ver'd (1682).— William Con- 
greve (1670-1729) Love for love 
(1695).— John Vanbrugh (1664- 
1726) The provok'd wife (1697).— 
William Congreve (1670-1729) The 
way of the world (1700). — George 
Farquhar (1678-1707) The beaux' 
stratagem (1706).— John Gay (1685- 
1732) The beggar's opera (1728).— 
David Garrick (1716-1779) The 
clandestine marriage (1766). — Oliv- 
er Goldsmith (1728-1774) She stoops 
to conquer ; or, The mistakes of a 
night ( 1773) Richard Brinsley 
Sheridan (1751-1816) The rivals 
(1775). — The school for scandal 
(1777) © Apr. 25, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 
25; aff. Apr. 26; A 62336; Modern 
library, inc., New York. 4075* 

Two (The) vagabonds. See Trouba- 
dour (The) and the mountebank. 

Unheimlicher (Ein) mensch ; tonfilnt- 
lustspiel, von Ernst Marischka. © 
1 c. June 6, 1933 ; D 22999 ; W. Kar- 
czag verlag, Vienna. 4076 

Ups and downs of the Levys ; Episode 
1, a skit, by J. Berkowitz. © 1 c. 
June 1. 1933 ; D 22700 ; Joseph Berk- 
owitz, New York. 4077 



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401 



pt. i, n. s., v. 



Valkyrie ; skuespil i 3 akter [af ] 
Christen Jul. [Copenhagen] Steen 
Hasselbalchs forlag, 1932. 160 p. 
12nio. © June 4, 1932; 1 c. Jan. 
27. 1933; A— Foreign 20S04; Chris- 
ten Jul, Copenhagen. 4077* 

Vanishing (The) male; a comedy in 
3 acts, by P. Cruger and A. Bishop. 
© 1 c. May 29, 1933 ; D 23033 ; Paul 
Cruger, Hollywood, Calif., and 
Aaron Bishop, Cleveland Heights, 
O. 4078 

Varieties (The) of 1933 ; in 4 parts, by 
H. Ephron. © 1 c. June 9, 1933 ; D 
23013; Henry Ephron, New York. 

4079 

Veronika ; ein kleines volksstiick. von 
Fritz Peter Bueh. Berlin [1933] 2 
p. 1, [3]-91 p. Svo. © June 1, 
1933 ; 1 c. June 8 ; D 22982 ; Arcadia 
verlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 4080 

Versuche 4-7; [von Bertolt] Brecht. 
[Berlin. 1930] p. [45]-148. plates. 
Svo. Dramatic contents.— Aufstieg 
und fall der stadt Mahagonny 
[oper]. — Das Badener lehrstiick 
vom einverstandnis. © Dec. 31, 
1930 ; 1 c. Jan. 6. 1933 ; A— Foreign 
19242; Gustav Kiepenheuer verlag, 
a. g., Berlin. 4080* 

Vie (La) d'une femme. See Douze 
nuits d'amour. 

Vincent ventures; music by Peggy 
Read Batchelder, book by Edith 
Parker, Mrs. Hugh O'Neil Hencken 
and P. R. Batchelder. © 1 c. Mar. 
16, 1933 ; D 28463 ; Peggy R. Batch- 
elder, Beverly Farms, Mass. 4081 

Vogelhandler (Der) ; operette in 3 ak- 
ten von M. West und L. Held, musik 
von Carl Zeller, buchbearbeitung 
von G. Quedenfeldt und W. Briig- 
mann, musikbearbeitung von A. 
Bauckner. Leipzig, London, New 
York [1933] 75 p. 4to. © Apr. 
14, 1933 ; 1 c. May 4 ; D 22902 ; Bos- 
worth & co., Leipzig. 4082 

Voice (The) See First nighter. 

Voice (The) of the ages; a drama in 
1 act. by William M. Blatt. Boston 
[1933] 18 p. 12mo. © June 6, 
1933 ; 2 c. June 30 ; D 23170 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 4083 

Wanted : a man of action ; a 3-act 
play, by Rose Royce Covington [i. e. 
R. P. Covington] and W. M. Bu- 
chanan. © 1 c. May 22. 1933; D 
23032; Rose Perkins Covington, 



Beverly Hills, Calif., and William 
MacMann Buchanan, Los Angeles. 

4084 

Wanted for murder. See First 
nighter. 

War when it's over; a comedy in 2 
scenes, by F. A. Carter. London, 
H. F. W. Deane & sous The year 
book press, ltd. [1933] 24 p. 12mo. 
([Village drama society plays]) © 
June 8, 1933 ; 1 c. June 16 ; D 22983 ; 
F. A. Carter, Hudderstield. York- 
shire, England. 4085 

Was it murder? a play in 3 acts, by 
L. J. Huber. © 1 c. June 17. 1933 ; 
D 22919; Louis J. Huber, Altoona, 
Pa. 4086 

Washington's retreat from Manhattan 
Island. See Great moments in his- 
tory. 

Wedding at ten ; a cotton-style show 
in 3 acts, by Mrs. Frank Vaughan 
[i. e. E. Vaughan] and P. Fisher. © 
1 c. June 10. 1933 ; D 23116 ; Enime 
Vaughan and Pauline Fisher. Little 
Rock, Ark. 4087 

Welcome of Herakles in Olympos. See 
Four old Greeks: Achilles, Herakles, 
Dionysos, Alkestis. 

Welcome to His Excellency ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by D. Griesemer. © 1 c. 
June 26, 1933; D 23074; Douglas 
Griesemer, Chevy Chase, Md. 4088 

Werklose (Das) beer; arbeitslosens- 
chicksale, ein spiel aus der wirklich- 
keit in 9 bildern, von Hans Miihle. 
Berlin [1932] 112, [2] p. 12mo. 
© Dec. 16, 1932 ; 1 c. June 19. 1933 ; 
D 23027; Eduard Bloch, Berlin. 

4089 

West of Manaos. See First nighter. 

West (The) side. See From the West 
side. 

Whatever possessed her ; comedy in 3 
acts, by Hardwick Nevin [pseud, of 
H. M. Dean] © 1 c. June 20. 1933 ; 
D 22974; Hardwick Mannaduke 
Dean. New York. 4090 

When Caudle goes to bed : Episodes 1- 
5, edited and adapted for the radio, 
by Raymonde Brigga [pseud, of E. 
B. R. B. Hopkins] from Douglas 
Jerrold's Mrs. Caudle's curtain lec- 
tures. © 1 c. June 14, 1933; D 
23158 ; I^sther Belle Raymond Briggs 
Hopkins, New York. 4091 

When the crash comes. See Failures. 



186 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 6, 1933 



4102 



Whispering walls ; Episode no. 1, pts. 
1, 2, a mystery serial for radio; by 
E. C. Schaublin. © 1 c. June 5, 
1933; D 22729; Elizabeth Churchill 
Schaublin, Washington. 4092 

Who will be that woman ; a tragedy, 
by' J. P. Carter. © 1 c. June 7, 
1933 ; D 22780 ; John P. Carter, New 
York. 4093 

Whoops-a-daisy ; a play in 3 acts with 

prologue, by W. Miles and Donald 

Blackwell. © 1 e. June 7, 1933; 

D 22785 ; William Miles, New York. 

4094 

Widow's mite ; a comedy in 1 act, by P. 
Stevenson. © 1 c. June 15, 1933 ; D 
22893; Philip Stevenson, Santa Fe, 
N. M. 4095 

Wild justice; a play in 4 acts, by J. 
Dale. © 1 c. May 31, 1933; D 
22878 ; James Dale, London. 4096 

Will you love me always? a comedy in 
3 acts, by Emmerich Halasz, literal 
translation from the Hungarian by 
Grace I. Colbron and H. Bartsch. 
© 1 c. June 6, 1933 ; D 22769 ; Hans 
Bartsch, New York. 4097 



Wolf bait. See First nighter. 

Woman (The) and her home; by H. 
Kalmanowitz. 

•twiiioxaVxp .n pa ;o»n -irrx px itb h 

© 1 c. June 17, 1933; D 22922; 
Harry Kalmanowitz, Brooklyn. 

4098 

Women are funny ; a play in 1 act, by 
H. C. Smith. © 1 c. June 2, 1933 ; 
D 22709; Henry Clapp Smith, New 
York. 4099 

Worm (The) turns; short comedy in 7 
scenes, by J. Andersen. © 1 c. 
June 23, 1933; D 23056; Johannes 
Andersen, Hollywood, Calif. 410O 

Yours unfaithfully ; a comedy in 3 acts 
[by] Miles Malleson. London, Vic- 
tor Gollancz, ltd., 1933. 96 p. 12mo. 
© Apr. 24, 1933; 1 c. June 22; D 
23053 ; Miles Malleson, London. 4101 

Youth must be served; a playlet, by 
Mrs. E. O. Uedemann [i. e. R. Uede- 
mann] © 1 c. May 15, 1933; D 
22686; Rita Uedemann, Jackson- 
ville, Fla. 4102 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalogue 
since Jan. 1, 1933 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 2,757 unpublished) 3,070 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages 185 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 45 unpublished) 69 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages 31 

Total 3,355 



187 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 

1909 [4102 



Arlette ; operette en 3 actes, paroles de 
C. Roland et L. Bouvet. © Claude 
Roland and Louis Bouvet, Paris, as 
the authors. R 25808, June 14, 
1933. 1 

Brace (A) of partridges; a farcical 
comedy in 3 acts, by R. Ganthony. 
© Bonita Ganthony, Richmond, Sur- 
rey, England, as the widow of the 
author. R 25817, June 13, 1933. 2 

Catchy comic dialogues ; original hu- 
morous dialogues suitable for all 
kinds of entertainments for young 
people and adults, by M. Irish. © 
Marie Irish, Eugene, Or., as the au- 
thor. R 25525, May 15, 1933. 3 

Children's comic dialogues ; a collec- 
tion of humorous dialogues for little 
folks, particularly adapted for 
school entertainments, for children 
from six to eleven years of age, by 
M. Irish. © Marie Irish. Eugene, 
Or., as the author. R 25526, May 15, 
1933. 4 



Clerical (A) error; a comedy in 1 
act, by Henry Arthur Jones. © Do- 
rinda Thorne, London, as the child 
of the deceased author. R 25818, 
June 13, 1933. 5 

Flower (A) of Yeddo ; a Japanese 
comedy in 1 act in verse, adapted 
from the French, by V. Mapes. © 
Victor Mapes, Grasse, France, as the 
author. R 25819, June 13, 1933. 6 

Plainsman (The) ; a drama, by T. W. 
Broadhurst. © Thomas W. Broad- 
hurst, London, as the author. R 
25552, May 11, 1933. 7 

Squaw (The) man; a comedy drama 
in 4 acts, by E. M. Royle. © Eflwin 
Milton Royle, New York, as the au- 
thor. R 25839, June 19, 1933. 8 

Stubbornness (The) of Geraldine ; a 
play in 4 acts, by Clyde Fitch. © 
Richard W. Fitch, Stamford. Conn., 
as the next of kin of the author, 
who is not living. R 25541, May 23, 
1933. 9 



188 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Abroad in old Kentucky. See Moon- 
shiner's (The) daughter. 

Aflame in the sky ! See Phantom 
(The) of the air. 

Arizona to Broadway ; an original 
screen play by William Oonselman 
and Henry Johnson, directed by 
James Tinling. 7 reels. © June 
16, 1933; 2 c. and description June 
24; L 3961; Fox film Corp., New 
York. 4103 

Around the world in 8 minutes; no. 
1369, story by A. Dorian Otvos and 
Stanley Rauh, directed by Alf 
Goulding. Reel. © June 6, 1933; 
2 c. and description June 7 ; L 3924 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 4104 

Balance. (Sports-eye-view) Reel. © 
June 22, 1933 ; 2 c. June 22 ; descrip- 
tion June 23 ; M 4118 ; Paramount 
productions, inc., New York. 4105 

Battle (The) in the clouds! See 
Phantom (The) of the air. 

Best of enemies ; screen play by Sam 
Mintz, dialogue by and directed by 
Rian James. 8 reels. © June 9, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description June 19 ; 
L 3952 ; Fox film Corp., New York. 

4106 

Betty Boop's big boss; animated by 
Bernard Wolf and David Tendlar, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. Reel. 
© June 1, 1933 ; 2 c. June 1 ; de- 
scription June 2; M 4084; Para- 
mount productions, inc., New York. 
4107 

Big (The) brain; by Admiral produc- 
tions, inc., story and dialogue by Sy 
Bartlett, continuity by Warren B. 
Duff, directed by George Archain- 
baud. 8 reels. © June 16, 1933; 
2 c. and description June 27 ; L 
3962; RKO-radio pictures, inc., New 
York. 4108 

Boilesk ; animated by Willard Bowsky 
and Myron Waldman, directed by 
Dave Fleischer. Reel. © June 8, 
1933; 2 c. June 8; description June 
9; M 4096; Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 4109 



Bosko the sheep-herder. Reel. © 
June 14, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
June 15; L 3946; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 4110 

Bosko's knight-mare ; drawings by 
Bob McKimson and Robert Stokes. 
(No. 8 of Looney tunes) Reel. © 
June 8, 1933; 2 c. and description 
June 8; M 4090; Warner bros, pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 4111 

Cantor (A) on trial; dialogue by Isi- 
dor Lillian, directed by Sidney M. 
Goldin. Reel. © Mar. 2, 1931 ; 2 c. 
May 17, 1933 ; description June 9 ; 
L 3939 ; Jacob Berkowitz, Buffalo. 

4112 

Century (A) of progress, Chicago 
world's fair. 2 reels. © June 16, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description June 24 ; 
M 4125 ; Pathe news, inc., New 
York. 4113 

Cinderella ; by Frank Moser and Paul 
Terry. Reel. © May 28, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description June 27 ; M 4128 ; 
Moser & Terry, New York. 4114 

College humor ; from a story by Dean 
Fales, screen play by Claude Bin- 
yon and Frank Butler, directed by 
Wesley Ruggles. 9 reels. © June 
23, 1933; 2 c. June 22; description 
June 23; L 3960; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 4115 

Cross fire; story and screen play by 
Harold Shumate, additional dia- 
logue by Tom MacNamara, directed 
by Otto Brower. 6 reels. © June 
12, 1933; 2 c. and description June 
12 ; L 3941 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 4116 

Daddy knows best ; directed by Leslie 
Pearce. 2 reels. © June 15, 1933 ; 
2 c. June 15; description June 16; 
L 3951 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
New York. 4117 

Dance hall hostess ; story by Tom Gib- 
son, continuity and adaptation by 
Betty Burbridge, directed by Breezy 
Bason. 8 reels. © June 7, 1933; 
2 c. June 8 ; description June 16 ; 
L 3949 ; Mayfair pictures Corp., New 
York. 411S 



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4119 



pt. i, n. s., v. 



Dangerous crossroads; screen play by 
Horace McCoy, directed by Lambert 
Hillyer. 6 reels. © June 6, 1933; 
2 c. June 6; description June 7; L 
3922; Columbia pictures Corp., New 
York. 4119 

Da'ssan; by Cherry Kearton. 5 reels. 

© Nov. 10, 1930 ; 1 c. June 12, 1933 ; 

' description June 14; M 4101; First 

Anglo Corp., New York. 4120 

Death (The) kiss; from the novel by 
Madelon St. Dennis, screen play by 
Barry Barringer and Gordon Kahn, 
directed by Edwin L. Marin. 8 reels. 
© Jan. 8, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion June 27; L 3967; K. B. S. 
productions] inc., New York. 4121 

Detective Tom Howard of the suicide 
squad ; story by H. O. Kussel, di- 
rected by Eddie Cline. Reel. © 
June 8, 1933; 2 c. June 8; descrip- 
tion June 9 ; L 3933 ; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 4122 

Drum taps; story, continuity by and 
directed by J. P. McGowan, 6 reels. 
© Jan. 29, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion June 27; L 3966; K. B. S. 
production] inc., New York. 4123 

Efficient (The) economic way of tele- 
phone directory distribution. © title 
and description reed. May 31, 1933 ; 
16 prints reed. June 20, 1933; M 
4115: R. Shannon, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 4124 

Emergency call; based on a story by 
John B. Clymer and James Ewens, 
screen play by Houston Branch and 
Joseph L. Mankiewicz, directed by 
Edward Cahn. 7 reels. © May 19, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description June 20 ; 
L 3954; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 4125 

Father Noah's ark. (No. 9 of Silly 
symphony) Reel. © Apr. 28, 1933 ; 
2 c. June 23 ; description June 28 ; M 
4130; Walt Disney productions, ltd.. 
Hollywood, Calif. 4126 

Feast (The) of Passover ; dialogue by 
M. Schorr and Mark Schweid, di- 
rected by Sidney M. Goldin. 2 reels. 
© Mar. 2, 1931 ; 2 c. May 17, 1933 ; 
description June 9; L 3940; Jacob 
Berkowitz, Buffalo. 4127 

Fighting (The) parson; story by Ed- 
ward Weston, directed by Harry 
Fraser. 8 reels. © June 5, 1933; 
2 c. June 5 ; description June 6 ; L 
3921; Allied pictures corp., Culver 
City, Calif. 4128 



Forgotten men; supervised by Samuel 
Cummins. 8 reels. © Feb. 13, 
1933; 2 c. and description May 29; 
M 4102 ; Jewel productions, inc., 
New York. 4129 

Gay (The) nighties ; story by Ben 
Holmes and Johnnie Grey, adapta- 
tion and dialogue by Bobby Clark 
and Mark Sandrich, directed by 
Mark Sandrich. 2 reels. © June 8, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description June 8 ; 
L 3928 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 4130 

Geschafte mit Amerika. See Yes. Mr. 
Brown. 

Giants of the north. Reel. © June 4, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description June 27 : 
M 4126; Bray pictures corp., New 
York. 4131 

Gold diggers of 1933 ; based on a play 
by Avery Hopwood, screen play by 
Erwin Gelsey and James Seymour, 
dialogue by David Boehm and Ben 
Markson, directed by Mervyn LeRoy. 
11 reels. © June 17, 1933 ; 2 c. and 
description June 19 ; L 3953 : War- 
ner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 

4132 

Good housewrecking ; story by and di- 
rected by Harry Sweet. 2 reels. © 
June 2, 1933; 2 c. and description 
June 8 ; L 3926 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 4133 

Grand (The) national 1933, the only 
official and authentic pictures of 
world's most thrilling steeplechase. 
Reel. © June 2, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 14; M 4103; Pathe 
news, inc., New York. 4134 

Ham and eggs ; animated and directed 
by Walter Lantz and William Nolan. 
(Oswald cartoon) Reel. © June 
20, 1933; 2 c. June 24; description 
June 22 ; M 4123 ; Universal pic- 
tures Corp., New York. 4135 

Heroes for sale; screen play by Robert 
Lord and Wilson Mizner, directed by 
William A. Wellman. S reels. © 
June 28, 1933: 2 c. and description 
June 29 : L 3973 ; First national pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 4136 

His first case : story by W. P. Hack- 
ney and James W. Home, directed 
by James W. Home. 2 reels. © 
June 2, 1933; 2 c. June 9; descrip- 
tion June 3 : L 3955 : Universal pic- 
tures corp., New Yprfc 4137 

His private secretary; story by Lew 
Collins, adaptation and continuity 
by John Francis Natteford, directed 



190 



MOTION PICTURES 



no. 6, 1933 



4155 



by Philip H. Whitman. 6 reels. © 
June 8, 1933 ; 2 c. June 8 ; descrip- 
tion June 9; L 3932; Screencraft 
productions, Hollywood, Calif. 4138 

Hodge-podge; no. 108, Sawdust side- 
lights. Reel. © June 1, 1933 ; 2 c. 
May 29 ; description June 2 ; M 4085 ; 
Lyman H. Howe films co., inc., 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 4139 

Hollywood on parade; no. 11. Reel. 
© June 1, 1933 ; 2 c. June 1 ; descrip- 
tion June 2; M 4083; Paramount 
productions, inc., New York. 4140 

House cleaning; story by Rudy Za- 
mora, animated by Al Rose and 
Harry Love. (A Charles Mintz, 
Krazy Kat cartoon. ) Reel. © June 
5, 1933 ; 2 c. June 5 ; description 
June 15; M 4109; Screen gems, inc., 
Los Angeles. 4141 

I have lived ; story by Louis E. Heif- 
etz, screen play by Winifred Dunn, 
directed by Richard Thorpe. 7 
reels. © June 23, 1933; 2 c. June 
22; description June 23; L 3958; 
Chesterfield motion picture Corp., 
New York. 4142 

I love that man ; story by Gene Towne 
and Graham Baker, screen play by 
Gene Towne, Graham Baker, and 
Casey Robinson, directed by Harry 
Joe Brown. 8 reels. © June 8, 
1933 ; 2 c. June 8 ; description June 
9 ; L 3934 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 4143 

I loved you Wednesday; from the 
comedy by Molly Ricardel and Wil- 
liam DuBois, screen play by Philip 
Klein and Horace Jackson, directed 
by Henry King and William Cam- 
eron Menzies. 8 reels. © June 2, 
1933; 2 c. and description June 9; 
L 3936; Fox film corp., New York. 
4144 

In the park ; by Frank Sherman and 
Geo. Rufle. (Tom and Jerry car- 
toon) Reel. © May 26, 1933; 2 c. 
and description June 27; M 4129; 
RKO-raclio pictures, inc., New 
York. 4145 

International house ; from a story by 
Neil Brant and Louis E. Heifetz, 
screen play by Francis Martin and 
Walter De Leon, directed by Edward 
Sutherland. 7 reels. © June 3, 
1933 ; 2 c. June 3 ; description June 
5 ; L 3918 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 4146 



It's great to be alive ; story by John 
D. Swain, adaptation by Paul Perez, 
dialogue by Arthur Kober, directed 
by Alfred Werker. 8 reels. © May 
23, 1933 ; 2 c. and description June 1 ; 
L 3912; Fox film corp., New York. 
4147 

Jaws (The) of death. See Phantom 
(The) of the air. 

Jennie Gerhardt; based on the novel 
by Theodore Dreiser, adapted by S. 
K. Lauren and Frank Partos, screen 
play by Josephine Lovett and Joseph 
Moncure March, directed by Marion 
Gering. 9 reels. © June 15, 1933 ; 
2 c. June 15; description June 16; 
L 3950 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
New York. 4148 

Knockout kisses ; directed by George 
Marshall. 2 reels. © June 22, 
1933 ; 2 c. June 22 ; description June 
23 ; L 3959 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 4149 

Krakatoa ; described by Graham Mc- 
Namee, editing and narrative by 
Forrest Izard. 3 reels. © Apr. 2, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description June 29 ; 
L 3974; Educational films corp. of 
America, New York. 4150 

Laughing at life; adaptation by Pres- 
cott Chaplin and Thomas Dugan, 
original story by and directed by 
Ford Beebe. 7 reels. © June 25, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description June 29 ; 
L 3976 ; Mascot pictures corp., New 
York. 4151 

Life (The) of Jimmy Dolan ; based on 
a play by Bertram Milhauser and 
Beulah Marie Dix, screen play by 
David Boehm and Erwin Gelsey, di- 
rected by Archie Mayo. 9 reels. © 
June 12, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
June 12; L 3943; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 4152 

Lone (The) avenger; story and con- 
tinuity by Forrest Sheldon and Betty 
Burbridge, directed by Alan James. 
6 reels. © Apr. 9, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 27 ; L 3964 ; K. B. S. 
productions, inc., New York. 4153 

Mail (The) pilot. (No. U. A. 13 of 
Mickey Mouse) Reel. © Apr. 28, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description June 12 ; 
M 4098 ; Walt Disney productions, 
ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 4154 

Match (The) kid; story by Sid Mar- 
cus, animated by Art Davis. (A 
Charles Mintz, Scrappy cartoon) 
Reel. © May 16, 1933 ; 2 c. May 13 : 
description June 8 ; M 4092 ; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 4155 



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4156 



pt. i, n. s., v. 6 



Melody cruise; screen play by Ben 
Holmes and Mark Sandrich, directed 
by Mark Sandrich. 9 reels. © June 
23, 1933 : 2 c. and description June 
29 ; L 3975 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 4156 

Michigan; story by Millard Gibson 
[and] Gar O'Neil, directed by 
Aubrey Scotto. (The Spirit of the 
campus) Reel. © Dec. 4, 1932; 
2 c. and description June 27, 1933 ; 
L 3970 ; Larry Kent prod., inc., New 
York. 4157 

Mickey's big broadcast ; by Empire 
pictures Corp., story by Joseph Lev- 
ering and Hal Davitt, directed by 
J. A. Duffy. 2 reels. © June 6, 
1933 : 2 c. and description June 8 ; 
L 3925; RKO-radio pictures, inc.. 
New York. 4158 

Moonshiner's (The) daughter or 
Abroad in old Kentucky ; story by 
Walter Weems, directed by Al Ray. 
2 reels. © May 24, 1933 ; 2 c. and 
description June 12; L 3942; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 4159 

Mother Goose land ; animated by Ro- 
land Crandall and Seymour Kneitel, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. Reel. 
© June 22, 1933 ; 2 c. June 22 ; de- 
scription June 23 ; M 4117 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., New York. 
4160 

Name (The) is familiar; no. 1516, di- 
rected by Alf Goulding. Reel. © 
June 6, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
June 7 ; L 3923 ; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 4161 

Natures work shop ; animated and di- 
rected by Walter Lantz and William 
Nolan. (Pooch the pup cartoon) 
Reel. © June 6, 1933 ; 2 c. June 5 ; 
description June 7 ; M 4086 ; Univer- 
sal pictures corp., New York. 4162 

New Zealand, the white man's para- 
dise. (FitzPatrick's traveltalk) 
Reel. © June 17, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 22 ; M 4116 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

4163 

Nuisance (The) ; original story by 
Chandler Sprague and Howard Em- 
mett Rogers, adaptation and dia- 
logue by Bella and Samuel Spewack, 
directed by Jack Conway. 9 reels. 
© May 18. 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion June 5; L 3920; Metro-Gold- 
wyn-Mayer corp., New York. 4164 



Official motion pictures of the world's 
best heavyweight boxing contest be- 
tween Max S c h m e 1 i n g former 
world's champion and Max Baer, 
the hard hitting Californian. © 
title, description and 6 prints reed. 
June 13, 1933; M 4100; Sporting 
events, inc., New York. 4165 

Organ (The) grinder; drawings by 
Rollin Hamilton and Thomas Mc- 
Kimson. (No. 8 of Merrie melodies) 
Reel. © June 19. 1933; 2 c. and 
description June 19; M 4113: War- 
ner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 

4166 

Paramount pictorial ; no. 12. Reel. 
© June 15, 1933 ; 2 c. June 15 ; de- 
scription June 16 ; M 4111 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., New York. 
4167 

Paramount sound news ; no. 78-88. 1 
reel each. © May 3, 6, 10, 13, 17, 
20, 24, 27, 31, June 3, 7, 1933; 2 c. 
and description each June 29 : M 
4133-4143 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., New York. 4168-4178 

Pathe news. 1 reel each. © Pathe 
news, inc., New York. 4179-4189 

No. 77, 79, 80. © Apr. 22, 29. May 3. 

1933 ; 2 e. and description each 

June 1 ; M 4078-4080. 
No. 81, 82. © May 6, 10, 1933 : 2 c. 

and description each June 7 : M 

4087, 4088. 
No. 83, 84. © May 13, 17. 1933; 

2 c. and description each June 14 ; 

M 4105. 4106. 
No. 85. © May 20, 1933; 2 c. and 

description June 24; M 4124. 
No. 86. © May 24, 1933; 2 c. and 

description June 22; M 4104. 
No. 87, 88. © May 27, 31. 1933; 

2 c. and description each June 29 ; 

M 4131, 4132. 

Pathe review; no. 6, edited by Thomas 
Chalmers. Reel. © June 6. 1933; 
2 c. and description June S: M 4089 : 
Pathe news, inc.. New York. 4190 

Phantom (The) of the air: story and 
dialogue by Ella O'Neill, screen play 
by Basil Dickey and George Plymp- 
ton. 2 reels each. © Universal pic- 
tures corp., New York. 4191-4195 
Chapter 4, The Battle in the clouds r 
© June 2, 1933: 2 c. and descrip- 
tion June 3 ; L 3917. 
Chapter 5. Terror of the heights, di- 
rected by Ray Taylor. © June 6, 
1933; 2 c. June 10; description 
June 7 ; L 3938. 



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4212 



Chapter 6, A Wild ride, directed by 
Ray Taylor. © June 14, 1933; 
2 c. and description June 15; L 
3947. 

Chapter 7, The Jaws of death, di- 
rected by Ray Taylor. © June 
21, 1933 ; 2 c. and description June 
22 ; L 3955, 

Chapter 8, Aflame in the sky! di- 
rected by Ray Taylor. © June 
28, 1933 ; 2 c. June 29 ; description 
June 30 ; L 3977. 

Phantom thunderbolt ; story and con- 
tinuity by Betty Burbridge and For- 
rest Sheldon, directed by Alan 
James. 6 reels. © Mar. 5, 1933; 
2 c. and description June 27; L 
3965; K. B. S. productions] inc., 
New York. 4196 

Pie a la mode ; no. 1529-30, story by 
A Dorian Otvos and Burnet Her- 
shey, directed by Roy Mack. 2 reels. 
© June 7, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
June 8; L 3930; Vitaphone corp-* 
New York. 4197 

Polly Tix in Washington ; directed by 
Charles Lamont. (A Jack Hays 
Baby burlesk) Reel. © June 4, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description June 27 ; 
L 3971; Educational films corp. of 
America, New York. 4198 

Professional sweetheart ; from an orig- 
inal story and screen play by Jane 
Murfin, directed by William A. Sei- 
ter. 8 reels. © June 9, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description June 27; L 3963; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
4199 

Rambling 'round radio row, 6; no. 
1474. Reel. © June 7, 1933; 2 c. 
and description June 8 ; L 3931 ; 
Vitaphone Corp., New York. 4200 

Rebel (The) ; original screen play by 
Luis Trenker, written and directed 
by Luis Trenker and Edwin H. 
Knopf. 8 reels. © June 14, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description June 15; L 
3948; Universal pictures Corp., New 
York. 4201 

Riot squad ; story and continuity by 
Jack Natteford and Barney. Sarecky, 
directed by Harry S. Webb. 7 reels. 
© June 24, 1933 ; 2 c. June 24 ; de- 
scription June 28; L 3972; Mayfair 
pictures Corp., New York. 4202 

Savage gold ; by Harold Auten and 
George Dyott, adaptation by Rich- 
ard Mack, general supervisor James 
C. Bradford. ' 7 reels. © May 21, 
1933 ; 2 c. June 10 ; description June 



12; L 3944; Harold Auten, New 
York. 4203 

Sawdust sidelights. See Hodge-podge. 

Screen souvenirs; no. 12. Reel. © 
June 8, 1933 ; 2 c. June 8 ; descrip- 
tion June 9 ; M 4095 ; Paramount 
productions, inc., New York. 4204 

See you tonight ; directed by William 
Crowley. 2 reels. © June 1, 1933 ; 
2 c. June 1; description June 2; L 
3916 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
New York. 4205 

Shakespeare with tin ears ; story by 
Harry Sweet and Hugh Cummings, 
directed by Harry Sweet and Leslie 
Goodwins. 2 reels. © June 1, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description June 8 ; L 3929 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
4206 

She outdone him ; story by Harry 
Sweet and Hugh Cummings, di- 
rected by Harry Sweet. 2 reels. © 
June 2, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
June 8; L 3927; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 4207 

Silk (The) express; based on a story 
by Houston Branch, screen play by 
Houston Branch and Ben Markson, 
directed by Ray Enright. 7 reels. 
© June 2, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion June 2 ; L 3914 ; Warner bros, 
pictures, inc., New York. 4208 

Silver (The) cord; based upon the 
stage play by Sidney Howard, screen 
play by Jane Murfin, directed by 
John Cromwell. 8 reels. © May 1, 
1933; 2 c. and description June 5; 
L 3919; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 4209 

Strange as it seems; no. 29, by John 
Hix, narrator, Gayne Whitman, di- 
rected by Nathan-Hahn-Fairbanks. 
Reel. © May 26, 1933 ; 2 c. June 2 ; 
description May 27; L 3913; Uni- 
versal pictures Corp., New York. 

4210 

Study (A) in scarlet; suggested by the 
book by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 
screen play by Robert Florey, con- 
tinuity and dialog by Reginald 
Owen, directed by Edwin L. Marin. 
8 reels. © Apr. 2, 1933; 2 c. and 
description June 27 ; L 3969 ; K. B. 
S. productions] inc., New York. 

4211 

Sunset Pass ; story by Zane Grey, 
screen play by Jack Cunningham 
and Gerald Geraghty, directed by 
Henry Hathaway. 7 reels. © May 
31, 1933; 2 c. June 1; description 
June 2 ; L 3915 ; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 4212 



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Technoracket ; story by Sid Marcus, 
animated by Art Davis. (A Charles 
Miutz, Scrappy cartoon) Reel. © 
May 28, 1933 ; 2 c. May 25 ; descrip- 
tion June 15 ; M 4108 ; Screen gems, 
inc., Los Angeles. 4213 

Terror of the heights. See Phantom 
(The) of the air. 

This is America ; by Gilbert Seldes. © 
title, description and 18 prints reed. 
June 17, 1933; M 4112; Beekman 
film Corp., New York. 4214 

Three little pigs. (No. U. A. of Silly 
symphony) Reel. © May 15, 1933; 
2 c. and description June 12 ; M 
4099 ; Walt Disney productions, ltd., 
Hollywood, Calif. 4215 

Tombstone Canyon ; story by Claude 
Rister, continuity by Earle Snell, 
directed by Alan James. 6 reels. 
© Dec. 25, 1932; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion June 27, 1933 ; L 3968 ; K. B. S. 
productions] inc., New York. 4216 
Tomorrow at seven ; by Jefferson pic- 
tures, corp., screen play and dia- 
logue by Ralph Spence, directed by 
Ray Enright. 7 reels. © June 2, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description June 22 ; 
L 3956 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., & 
Jefferson pictures corp., New York. 
4217 
Tropical fish ; by Frank Moser and 
Paul Terry. Reel. © May 14, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description June 27 ; M 
4127 ; Moser & Terry, New York. 

4218 
Universal newspaper newsreel. 1 reel 
each. © Universal film exchanges, 
inc., New York. 4219-4226 

No. 136, 137. © Apr. 14, 18, 1933; 
2 c. each June 1 ; description each 
May 27; M 4081, 4082. 
No. 138, 139. © Apr. 21, 25, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description each June 8 ; 
M 4093, 4094. 
No. 140, 141. © Apr. 28, May 2, 
1933 ; 2 c. each June 23 ; descrip- 
tion each June 17 ; M 4119, 4120. 
No. 142, 143. © May 5, 9, 1933; 2 
c. each June 23; description each 
June 21 ; M 4121, 4122. 



Wake up the gypsy in me; drawings 
by Isadore Freleng and Lary Silver- 
man. (No. 9 of Merrie melodies) 
Reel. © June 19, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 19 ; M 4114 ; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 

4227 

What price innocence ; written and di- 
rected by Willard Mack. 7 reels. 
© June 23, 1933 ; 2 c. June 22 ; de- 
scription June 23 ; L 3957 ; Columbia 
pictures corp., New York. 4228 

Wild (A) ride. See Phantom (The) 
of the air. 

Wonder sports of the world ; no. 1437, 
edited by Bert Frank. Reel. © 
June 8, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
June 9 ; M 4097 ; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 4229 

Workers of the world ; edited by Bert 
Frank. (No. 9 of World adven- 
tures) Reel. © June 8. 1933; 2 c. 
and description June 8; M 4091; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 4230 

World's (The) affair; story by Sid 
Marcus, animated by Art Davis. (A 
Charles Mintz. Scrappy cartoon) 
Reel. © June 8, 1933 ; 2 c. June 8 ; 
description June 15 ; M 4110 ; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 4231 

Ye olden days. (No. U. A. 12 of 
Mickey Mouse) Reel. © Mar. 22, 
1933 ; 2 c. June 13 ; description June 
12; M 4107; Walt Disney produc- 
tions, ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 4232 

Yes, Mr. Brown ; adapted by Douglas 
Furber from the German play Ge- 
schafte mit Amerika by Paul Frank 
and Ludwig Hirschfeld, dialogue 
and adaptation by Douglas Furber, 
director of productions Herbert Wil- 
cox. 8 reels. © June 2, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description July 7; L 3994; 
United artists corp., New York. 

4233 

You're killing me ; story by Jack Hen- 
ley and Glen Lambert, directed by 
Alf Goulding. Reel. © June 8, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description June 9 ; 
L 3937 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. 
New York. 4234 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalogue since 
Jan. 1, 1933 : 

Motion-picture photoplays 458 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 421 

Total 879 



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PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1933 

VOLUME 6 
No. 7 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1933 



THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, 
Group 3, issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and 
Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made 
in Class " D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, 
arranged alphabetically by title; Class " L," Motion-picture photoplays; and 
Class " M," Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by 
title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies 
with an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " D," Class D, 
Dramatic compositions; " L," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; and " M," 
Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. " (c) " implies copyright 
registration of a published work followed by date of publication; "©1 c." 
stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the 
Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and " 2 c." for two copies, 
followed by date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this 
issue immediately following the drama list. 

Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the claim- 
ants of copyright, their names are omitted from the imprint. 

The annual index contains the names of all copyright proprietors, the names 
of authors and titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion 
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The annual subscription price for the Catalogue of Copyright Entries (re- 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Abelard and Heloise ; a play in 6 acts, 
by Susan Anne Weed Flint (Anne 
Frederick Flint) [i. e. A. S. W. 
Flint] © 1 c. July 1, 1933; D 
23522 ; Anne Susan Weed Flint, Al- 
bany, N. Y. 4235 

Adieu l'amour ; poem .by Alma HalfT, 
musical setting by Roberta Smith. 
© 1 c. July 3, 1933; D 28473; Ro- 
berta G. Smith, Los Angeles. 4236 

Admiral's (The) lady; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Leo Pride. © 1 c. July 10, 
1933; D 23262; Leo Bryan Pride, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4237 

Adolf und Otto; a radio play in 3 
parts, by L. J. Lampe. © 1 c. June 
14, 1933 ; D -3557 ; Louis J. Lampe, 
Cincinnati. 4238 

Advice; a play in 3 acts, by R. N. 
Robbins. © 1 c. July 24, 1933; D 
23495; Robert N. Robbins, New 
York. 4239 

Age (L') du fer. See Theatre. 

Agony column ; or, Personal column, 
no. 1. Plot-shots, a series of radio 
programs, by R. B. Schall. © 1 c. 
July 1, 1933; D 23184; Robert B. 
Schall, Wayne, Pa. 4240 

Alabaster (The) box; a radio series, 
by W. F. Folmer. Episode 1. Cleo- 
patra, pt. 3. © 1 c. June 29, 1933; 
D 23466 ; Walter F. Folmer, Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 4241 

Episode 2. Helen of Troy, 

pts. 1-3. © 1 c. June i9, 1933; D 
23467; Walter F. Folmer, Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 4242 

Episode 3. Guiniviere [ !] 

pt. 1. © 1 c. June 29, 1933; D 
23468; Walter F. Folmer, Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 4243 

Episode 4. Salome, pts. 1, 2. 

© 1 c. June 29, 1933; D 23523; 

Walter F. Folmer, Rochester, N. Y. 

4244 

Album of Broadway ; series 1. Lil- 
lian Russell, a series of radio broad- 
casts, by L. Gordon and B. Carter. 



© 1 c. July 7, 1933; D 23244; Les- 
lie Gordon, and Bruce Carter, New 
York. 4245 

Alibi ; a play in 3 acts, by M. Heath- 
field. © 1 c. July 11, 1933; D 
23272; Mary Heathfield, New York. 
4246 

Alimoniacs. See Holy bonds of ali- 
mony. 

All for Al; a play in 3 acts, by A. N. 
C. Fowler. © 1 c. July 24, 1933; 
D 23503 ; Albert N. C. Fowler, Glens 
Falls, N. Y. 4247 

American highway; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. Cady. © 1 c. July 31, 1933 ; 
D .3604 ; Watson Cady, Pasadena. 

4248 

Angelica ; a legendary play in 2 acts, 
written and tr. from the German, 
by F. Najork. (Dream faces, no. 1) 
© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1933 ; D 23538 ; Fritz 
Najork, Munich. 4249 

Angelika ; ein legendenspiel aus der 
gegenwart in 2 akten, von F. Najork. 
(Traumgesichte, no. 1) © 1 c. Mar. 
18, 1933; D 23537; Fritz Najork, 
Munich. 4250 

Animated Ann's advertising agency; 

Scenes 1, 2, a series of sketches, by 

L. M. Geiger. © 1 c. July 10, 1933 ; 

D 23261 ; Lydia M. Geiger, Seattle. 

4251 

Anna Kerenski; or, The Shadow, a 
play in 3 acts, by Harold Gaze (Ivan 
Gould) © 1 c. July 3, 1933; D 
23556; Harold Gould Ivan Gaze, 
Pasadena. 4252 

Another chance; a comedy-drama in 
4 acts, by S. Daugherty. © 1 c. 
July 26, 1933 ; D 23542 ; Sonia Daug- 
herty, Westport, Conn. 4253 

Anthropos; a mystery-play, by H. Y. 
Romayne. Santa Barbara, Calif., 
J. F. Rowny press [1933] xxxi, 151 
p. col. front. Svo. © May 25, 1933 ; 
2 c. May 31 ; D 23338 ; Henry Yank- 
wich Romayne, Los Angeles. 4_'54 



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4255 



pt. r, n. s., v. 6 



Apparitions ; three plays, by Jack B. 
Yeats. Illustrations from drawings 
by the author. London, Jonathan 
Cape [1933] 2 p. 1., 7-157 p. illus. 
12mo. Contents. — Apparitions. — 
The old sea road. — Rattle. © June 
19, 1933 ; 1 c. July 1 ; D 23314 ; Jack 
Butler Yates, Dublin, Ireland. 4255 

April changes ; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Ricard. © 1 c. July 20, 1933; D 
23430; Mary Ricard, New York. 

4256 

Arabella ; lyrische komodie in 3 auf- 
ziigen von Hugo von Hofmannsthal, 
musik von Richard Strauss. Berlin, 
Verlag Adolph Fiirstner, 1933. 95 p. 
12mo. Libretto. © June 19, 1933; 
1 c. July 1; D 23315; Richard 
Strauss, Bavaria, Germany. 4257 

op. 79. Klavierauszug mit 

text von Felix Wolfes. Berlin, Ver- 
lag Adolph Fiirstner, 1933. 365 p. 
f ol. © June 20, 1933 ; 1 c. July 12 ; 
D 28475; Richard Strauss, Bavaria, 
Germany. 4258 

Aristocrats of Rocky Hill ; a play in 
3 acts, by Upson Downs. © 1 c. 
July 3, 1933 ; D 23195 ; Nellie Smith 
Bronson, Hollywood, Calif. 4259 

Aspasia ; a play in 3 acts, by Paul 
Burani [pseud, of G. P. Barrere] 
© 1 c. July 27, 1933; D 23570; 
Gabriel Paul Barrere, New York. 

4260 

At the sign of the Blue bell ; a comedy 
in 1 act, by S. V. M. Churcher. 
London, H. F. W. Deane & sons The 
year book press ltd. ; Boston, Mass., 
The Baker international play bureau 
[1933] 23 p. 12mo. (Village dra- 
ma society plays) © June 20, 1933; 
1 c. June 29; D 23367; S. V. M. 
Churcher, London. 4261 

Auferstandene (Der) ; ein satirischer 
schwank in 1 akt, von F. Najork. 
(Traumgesichte no. 2) © 1 c. Mar. 
18, 1933; D 23536; Fritz Najork, 
Munich. 426J 

Author unknown ; a 1-act play of 

Swedish life, by M. S. Reukema. © 

1 c. July 10, 1933; D 23260; Mary 

Speers Reukema, Kingsburg, Calif. 

4263 

B. J. one. See Three plays and a 
plaything. 

Baby's (The) business; a playlet for 
stage and radio, by P. Lopouhin. 
© 1 c. June 27, 1933; D 23379; 
Peter E. Lopouhin, New York. 4264 



Bad (The) egg; a farce in 1 act, by 
Howard Reed. Chicago [1933] 28 
p. diagr. lJmo. © June 21. 1933 ; 

2 c. June 23; D 23310 ; Dramatic 
pub. co., Chicago. 4265 

Bandanna junior minstrel first-part ; 
a complete minstrel show with mu- 
sic, book and lyrics by Effa E. Pres- 
ton, music by Harold Wansborough. 
Chicago [1933] 55 p. diagr. 4to. 
© July 10, 1933; 2 c. July 13; D 
28474 ; T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 
4266 

Barrister Banner ; Instalments 1-3, a 
series of radio sketches, by R. T. 
Sloan. © 1 c. July 12, 1933; D 
23287 ; Robert Tarleton Sloan, Kan- 
sas City, Mo.- 4267 

Barty Gunn gets his chance ; a play in 

3 acts, by Cecilia Mennons [i. e.] 
(M. C. W. Freund) © 1 c. Julv 8. 
1933; D 23246; Martha Cecilia 
Washburn Freund, Beechhurst, 
Whitestone, L. I., N. Y. 4268 

Bashful (The) heirs marry; a play in 

4 scenes, by L. M. S. Brown. © 1 c. 
July 3, 1933; D 23318; Lucy M. S. 
Brown, Salem, Or. 4269 

Bed (The) together: a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. Gilbert. © 1 c. Julv 5, 
1933; D 23207; Judson Gilbert, 
Cairo, 111. 4270 

Behind that curtain. See Five star 
theatre. 

Behind the headlines ; a play in 3 acts, 
with prologue and epilogue, by 
Bertha Shohan. © 1 c. July 28, 
1933; D 23589; Bertha Rutenberg 
Shohan, Greensboro, N.C. 4271 

Bitter wine. See Talkie picture time. 

Black (The) crusader; a play in 10 
acts, by A. C. Robinson. © 1 c. July 
24, 1933; D 23496; Abiner Christinia 
Robinson, Shreveport, La. 4272 

Black pearl. See Ursula Muggins. 

Blindman's buff; a farce, by Samuel 
Chappuzeau, tr. and adapted from 
the French of 1662, by H. Carring- 
ton Lancaster. Baltimore, The 
Johns Hopkins press. 1933. 21 p. 
Svo. © June 23, 1933 ; 2 c. July 8 ; 
D 23554; H. C. Lancaster, Balti- 
more. 4273 

Blithe spirit ; a drama in 4 scenes and 
3 interludes, based upon the life of 
Percy Bysshe Shellev, by De W. 
Borteen. © 1 c. July 5. 1933; D 
23214 ; De Witt Bodeen, Hollywood, 
Calif. 4274 



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do. 7, 1933 



4297 



Blockade ; a play in 3 acts, by Louise 
and Wayne Weishaar. © 1 c. July 
3, 1933; D 23196; Louise Weishaar 
and Wayne Weishaar, New York. 

4275 

Blow east, blow west ; a 1-act romantic 
comedy with music, by Jane Eliza- 
beth Higbee. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 
1933 ; D 23254 ; Jane E. Higbee, Chi- 
cago. 4276 

Bolondora ; burleszk operett 2 reszben 
rrta : Laszlo Aiadar, zenejet szer- 
zette: Szenes Andor [i.e. Andor 
Szenes] verseire: Szanto Mihaly. 
Text. © 1 c. July 10, 1933 ; D 23281 ; 
Francis Bard & son, Budapest, Hun- 
gary. 4277 

Bon Bon and Robinette; a play in 3 
acts, by D. L. Smith. © 1 c. June 
16, 1933; D 23530; Dorothy Lois 
Smith, Pullman, Wash. 4278 

Boulevard (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. K. Partello. © 1 c. July 5, 1933 ; 
D 23211; Alice Kennedy Partello, 
Mansfield, O. 4279 

Bride (A) for the unicorn; a play in 
2 parts, by D. Johnston. © 1 c. July 
11. 1933; D 23278; Denis Johnston, 
Dublin, Ireland. 4280 

Broadway (A) broad ; a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by E. E. David and 
Lilian Okun. © 1 c. July 11, 1933 ; 
D 23273; Eurega Eloy David, New 
York. 4281 

Broken (The) serenade; an operetta 
in 3 acts, book and lyrics by J. Men- 
delsohn, jr., music by F. F. Hayden. 
© 1 c. June 23, 1933; D 28479; 
Joseph Mendelsohn, jr., and F. 
Francis Hayden, W. Englewood, N.J. 
4282 

Burnt offering; a dramatic play in 3 
acts, by P. R. Thorn. © 1 c. July 
10, 1933; D 23267; Philip Rhodes 
Thorn, New York. 4283 

Byron : a drama in 3 acts, by E. Caul- 
field. © 1 c. July 28. 1933 ; D 23590 ; 
Edward Caulfield, Hawthorne, Calif. 
4284 

Call it romance ; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by E. J. Young. © 1 c. July 8, 
1933; D 23564; Effie J. Young, 
Newark, N.J. 4285 

Call (The) to peace; by Daniel A. 
Lord. 1933. v, 18 numb. 1. fol. © 
Jan. 3, 1933 ; 1 c. May 10 ; 1 c. July 
17 ; D 23533 ; Queen's work, inc., St. 
Louis. 4286 



Campus in the clouds ; a new musical 
satire, book, lyrics and music, by 
C. R. Walsh. © 1 c. July 31, 1933 ; 
D 28484; Charles Robert Walsh, 
Brooklyn. 4287 

Case (The) of Jimmie (Red) and 
Christmas ; a 3-act play for children, 
by T. G. McGee. © 1 c. July 18, 
1933 ; D 23386 ; Tom Gerald McGee, 
Bison, Okl. 4288 

Catspaws. See Death Valley days. 

Centuries of progress ; a history mural 
and pageant, by L. B. Stewart. © 
1 c. July 17, 1933 ; D 23562 ; Lillian 
B. Stewart, Seattle. 4289 

Cette nuit-la . . . ; piece en 3 actes et 
5 tableaux [par] Lajos Zilahy, adap- 
tee de Tuzmadar (L'oiseau de feu) 
par Denys Amiel. Paris, 1933. 30, 
[2] p. 4to. (La Petite illustration, 
no. 627) © June 3, 1933 ; 1 c. July 
18 ; D 23443 ; Denys Amiel, Paris. 

4290 

Charlie Chan. See Five star theater. 

Cherry cobbler. See Dramas in 
twenty volumes. 

Chicken (The) from Philadelphia; a 
Mickey Mouse comedy for marion- 
ettes, by E. Bowman. © 1 c. July 
21, 1933 ; D 23470 ; Eleanor Bowman, 
Trenton, N.J. 4291 

Child at heart ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. Stevens. © 1 c. July 20, 1933; 
D 23438 ; John Stevens, Short Hills, 
N.J. 4292 

Christmas (A) mystery play; by 
Frances Healey. Boston [1933] 27 
p. 12mo. © July 13, 1933; 2 c. 
July 29 ; D 23594 : Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 4293 

Chuck and his moll ; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, with epilogue, by W. L. 
Levy. © 1 c. July 8, 1933 ; D 23259 ; 
William Lester Levy, Detroit. 4294 

Cinderella; an arrangement in a pro- 
logue and 4 scenes, by F. J. Hill. © 
1 c. July 10, 1933; D 23263; Fred- 
erick James Hill, Pasadena. 4295 

Circumstantial evidence; a play in 3 
acts, by Hal Pern [pseud, of A. B. 
Halpern] © 1 c. July 14, 1933; D 
23334 ; Abraham B. Halpern, New 
Brunswick, N.J. 4296 

Circus (The) ; a short play for marion- 
ettes, by John J. Sullivan. © 1 c. 
July 5, 1933; D 23205; J. H. Buck, 
Westport, Conn. 4297 



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Circus (The) master; a play in 1 act, 
by Baruch Lumet. 

.uyay 1 ? pna jib ;-)yt30»» j?tx -ijn 

© 1 c. July 18, 1933; D 23389; 
Eugenia Lumet, New York. 4298 

City (The) looking glass; a Philadel- 
phia comedy in 5 acts, by Robert 
Montgomery Bird. Edited, with an 
introduction by Arthur Hobson 
Quinn. [New York, 1933] xxi, [1], 
137, [3] p. 8vo. © June 26, 1933; 
2 c. June 23 ; D 23371 ; Pynson print- 
ers, inc., New York. 4299 

Cleopatra. See Alabaster (The) box. 

Cloak room council ; a play, by M. E. 
L. Newsome. §lc. June 28, 1933 ; 
D 23399; Mary Effie Lee Newsome, 
Wilberforce, O. 4300 

Clown (The) : a musical drama in 3 
acts, by Esther and Emanuel Ep- 
stein, tr. from The payatz, by Esther 
Epstein. Text. © 1 c. July 22, 1933 ; 
D 23487; Esther and Emanuel Ep- 
stein, Brooklyn. 4301 

Collegiate songsters ; a radio skit, by 
M. Finsterwald. © 1 c. June 24, 
1933 ; D 23322 ; Maxine Finsterwald. 
Detroit. 4302 

Comedies et proverbes [par] comtesse 
de Segur, nee Rostopchine [i. e. com- 
tesse Sophie Rostopchine de Segur] 
illustrations de F. Lorioux. [Paris, 
1933] 4 p. 1., 247, [1] p. illus. 
16mo. Contents. — Les caprices de 
Gizelle. — Le diner de Justine. — On 
ne prends pas des mouches avec du 
vinaigre. — Le forcat ; ou, A tout 
peche misericorde. — Le petit Crac. 
© Mar. 15, 1933 ; 1 c. June 15 ; A— 
Foreign 21228; Librairie Hachette, 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on il- 
lustrations] 4302* 

Comedies seven ; new non-royalty 
plays for general community use, 
selected and edited by Lee Owen 
Snook. Evanston, 111., New York 
[etc., 1933] 5 p. 1., 5-145 p. 8vo. 
Dramatic contents. — They clean the 
attic, by Belle MacDiarmid Ritch- 
ey. — Call it a day, by Manta S. 
Graham. — Apostrophe in modern 
dress, by Warren Beck. — It pays to 
be a Poggle, by Ronald Else. — A 
weakness for nurses, by Edna Hig- 
gins Strachan. — Brother Donald, by 
Alan Baxter. — The inner urge, by 
Betty Brydon Beecher. © Feb. 4, 
1933 ; 2 c. June 24 ; aff . June 22 ; A 
64130; Row, Peterson and co., 
Evanston, 111. 4302** 



Command : a 3-act play, by D. Dres- 
ser. © 1 e. July 6. 1933; D 23346; 
David Dresser, Miami, Fla. 4303 

Completely at sea. See Talkie picture- 
time. 

Comrades all ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
P. Capdevielle and F. Lozes. © 1 c- 
July 1. 1933; D 23516; Paul Cai.de- 
vielle and Felicien Lozes, New 
Orleans. 4304 

Count (The) of Monte Cristo ; Epi- 
sodes 1-65, a series of radio 
sketches, by Harrv A. Earnshow. ©r 
1 c. July 10, 1933; D 23271; Earn- 
show-Young, inc., Los Angeles. 

4305 

Crag (The) rats; a dramatic compo- 
sition in 15 scenes, by M. M. Boylan. 
© 1 c. July 13. 1933 ; D 23306 ; Mar- 
garet Manora Boylan. Carthage, Mo. 
4306' 

Crashing thru ; an epic drama in 3 
acts, by J. R. Beach. © 1 c. July 
12, 1933 ; D 23305 ; John Roy Beach, 
Kansas City, Mo. 4307 

Cross-town ; a comedy in 3 acts, by E. 
P. Harris. © 1 c. July 17. 1933; 
D 23352; Edward Peyton Harris, 
New York. 4308 

Csoda a hegyek kozt; legenda 4 fel- 
vonasbanfirta] Molmlr Ferenc [i. e. 
Ferenc Molniir] [Budapest] Athe- 
naeum [1933] 146 p. 12mo. © 
June 20, 1933 ; I c. July 13 ; D23442; 
Alexander Marton, Budapest. 4309 

Cupboard (The) was bare; a farcical 
comedy in 3 acts, by W. Spence. 
© 1 c. July 15, 1933; D 23341 ; Wall 
Spence, New York. 4310 

Customer (The) is always right; a 
comedy, by Edwin R. Meiss. New 
York [1933] 2S p. 12mo. © June 
30, 1933; 2 c. July 6; D 23220; 
Fitzgerald pub. corp., New York. 

4311 

Cutworm (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. M. Waldron. © 1 c. July 28, 
1933; D 23588; John M. Waldron, 
Chicago. 4312 

Cynthia Ann Parker. See Texas trail 
blazers. 

Cyprian (The) net; a drama in 3 acts, 
bv De W. Bodeen. © 1 c. July 5, 
1933; D 23204; De Witt Bodeenv 
Hollywood. Calif. 4313 



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4342 



Dawning (The) light; a dramatiza- 
tion, by Catherine Miller Balm. 
Philadelphia, New York [1933] cov- 
er-title, 15, [1] p. 8vo. © June 28, 
1933 ; 2 c. June 29 ; D 23532 ; West- 
minster press, Philadelphia. 4314 

Days without end; a play by E. O. 
O'Neill. © 1 c. July 20. 1933; D 
23431; Eugene O'Neill, Sea Island 
Beach, Ga. 4315 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
May 25, 1933. Doctor Ed of Death 
Valley. © 1 c. July 12, 1933; D 
23294; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 4316 

June 1, 1933. Snake bite. 

© 1 c. July 12, 1933; D 23295; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 
4317 

June 8, 1933. One eyed 

sailor. © 1 c. July 12, 1933; D 
23296; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 4318 

June 15, 1933. Reunion by 

radio. © 1 c. July 12, 1933; D 
23297; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 4319 

June 22, 29, 1933. Eilley Or- 

rum, pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. each July 12, 
1933; D 23298, 23299; Pacific coast 
borax co., New York. 4320, 4321 

July 6, 1933. Out of the 

breadline. © 1 c. July 12, 1933 ; D 
23300; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 4322 

July 13, 1933. Catspaws. 

© 1 c. July 12, 1933; D 23301; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 
4323 

July 20, 1933. The hermit 

of Ruby Canyon. © 1 c. July 28, 
1933; D 23580; Pacific coast borax 
co., New York. 4324 

July 27, 1933. The Leadfield 

boom. © 1 c. July 28, 1933; D 
23581 ; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 4325 

Deathly (The) terrace; a play in 3 
acts, by Jack B. Yeats [i. e. J. B. 
Yeats] © 1 c. July 5, 1933; D 
23224; John Butler Yeats, Dublin, 
Ireland. 4326 

Decalage. See Theatre. 

Deliverer (The) ; or, Let my people 
go,. a drama of ancient Egypt in 5 
acts, by M. F. Martin. © 1 c. July 
51, 1933; D 23605; Mabel Florence 
Martin, W. Springfield, Mass. 4327 



Demon create; a play in 3 acts, by F. 
G. Donnelly. © 1 c. July 18, 1933 ; 
D 23416 ; Florence G. Donnelly, San 
Rafael, Calif. 4328 

Destiny; a love story in 7 scenes, by 
Antonio Rocchetti. tr. by Mary V. 
Miceli. © 1 c. July 24, 1933; D 
23541; Antonio Rocchetti, New Lon- 
don, Conn. 4329 

Deutsche literatur. See Oper (Die) 

Devil take this house; a comedy in 3 
acts, by T. J. Hillery. © 1 c. June 
20, 1933; D 23232; Thomas J. Hil- 
lery, Boonton, N. J. 4330 

Dictator's (The) wife; a play in 3 
acts, by G. Vernon. © 1 c. June 30, 
1933; D 23189; Grenville Vernon, 
New York. 4331 

Dignity of death ; a satire, by R. G. 
Swing. © 1 c. July 22, 1933; D 
23486; Raymond Gram Swing, Lon- 
don. 4332 

Do (The) good club; Episodes 1-5, a 
radio serial, by H. Van Duzee and 
W Reddick. © 1 c. each July 1, 
1933; D 23510-23514; Harold Van 
Duzee. New York, and William Red- 
dick, Scarsdale, N. Y. 4333-4337 

Doc Williams; nos. 7, 8, a series of 
radio scripts, by Leonard Holton. 
© 1 c. July 5, 1933 ; D 23524 ; Jean 
V. Grombach inc., New York. 4338 

Doctor Ed of Death Valley. See 
Death Valley days. 

Domestic (The) pirate; a 1-act play, 
by M. J. Rope. © 1 c. July 17, 
1933; D 23356; Melvin Jacob Rope, 
Clarinda, la. 4339 

Donna (La) serpente. See Frau 
schlange. 

Dorian Gray ; a play in 9 episodes 
from Oscar Wilde's novel, adapted 
by J. A. MacColl. Rev. © 1 c. July 
22, 1933; D 23483; James A. Mac- 
Coll, New Rochelle, N. Y. 4340 

Double meaning; a skit [by F. Garri- 
son] © 1 c. July 1, 1933 ; D 23183 ; 
Florence Garrison, New York. 4341 

Down-east interlude ; a sketch, by R. 
Fehr. © 1 c. July 21, 1933; D 
23521 ; Richard Fehr, New York. 

4342 

Dramas in twenty volumes ; v. 1., by 
Lincoln Hulley. [DeLand, Fla., The 
E. O. Painter printing co., 1933] 
361 p. Content s. — Dream chil- 
dren. — Cherry cobbler. — Love found 



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Dramas in twenty volumes — Contd. 
a way. — The widow's third. — Valley 
Forge. © June 27, 1933 ; 2 e. and 
aff . June 30 ; A 63439 ; Lincoln Hul- 
ley, DeLand, Fla. 4342* 

Dramatische werke ; 5. bd. Die ewige 
komodie, (einakter) [von] Konrad 
Falke [pseud, of Karl Frey] Zurich, 
Leipzig [etc.] 1933. 2 p. 1., 648 p. 
12mo. (Added t.-p. : Dramatische 
werke in 5 bd.) © Apr. 1, 1933; 

1 e. June 26; A— Foreign 21410; 
Rascher & cie., a.-g., verlag, Zurich, 
Switzerland. 4342** 

Dream children. See Dramas in 
twenty volumes. 

Dream faces. See Angelica. 

Dynamite Mike. See First nighter. 

Eilley Orrum. See Death Valley days. 

Elopement (The) ; a farce in 1 act, by 
Howard Reed. Chicago [19331 30 
p. diagr. 12mo. © June 21, 1933 ; 

2 c. June 23; D 23311; Dramatic 
pub. co., Chicago. 4343 

Enchanted (The) garden; a fairy-tale 

in 1 act, by Vivian Saigol. © 1 c. 

July 1, 1933; D 23188; Vivian Roy 

Saigol, Beckenham, Kent, England. 

4344 

End (The) of the rainbow; a play in 

3 acts, by C. Henry. © 1 c. July 22, 
1933; D 234S1; Catherine Henry, 
New York. 4345 

Eternal (The) pollywog; a farce in 3 
acts, by H. P. McCormack. © 1 c. 
July 8, 1933; D 23252; Herbert P. 
McCormack, Brooklyn. 4346 

Even to the end ; a play, by Mrs. J. W. 
Green [i. e. R. G. Green] © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1933; D 23285; Ruth Gor- 
don Green, Dewey, Okl. 4347 

Everlasting (The) covenant; a play, 
by W. A. Zeigler. © 1 c. July 17, 
1933; D 23350; William Abraham 
Zeigler, Benton, La. 4348 

Everything to live for; a play in 3 
acts, by E. Woodburn. © 1 c. July 
14, 1933; D 23336; Eve Woodburn, 
Binghamton, N. Y. 4349 

Ewige (Die) komodie. See Dramat- 
ische werke. 

Exit — the family ; a comedy in 3 acts, 

by George Salvatore and Joseph La 

Gattuta. © 1 c. July 26, 1933; D 

23548 ; William Ricciardi, New York. 

4350 



Experiment (Das) (Das 1 a u f o n d e 
band) ; lustspiel in 4 akten, von 
Bernhart Rebse. © 1 c. July 1, 
1933; D 23320: Felix Bloch erben, 
Berlin. 4351 

Fall (The) of Jericho; lyrics by Mils 
Miloradovich, music by M. Baron. 
Vocal score. © 1 c. July 8, 1933; 1> 
28478; Maurice Baron. Great Nock 
Estates, N. Y. 4352 

Family portrait; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. F. Brash. © 1 c. July 18, 
1933; D 23387; Arthur Francis 
Brash, Hollywood, Calif. 4353 

Fatal justice ; a drama of the under- 
world, by V. Noble. © 1 c. July 31, 
1933 ; D 23601 ; Vincent Noble, New 
York. 4354 

Felicitations ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. A. MacColl. © 1 c. July 22, 1933 ; 
D 23484; James A. MacColl. New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 4355 

Fern Dale's inaccurate interviews ; a 
series of sketches, by F. D. Hankins. 
Mae West being interviewed. © 1 c. 
June 14, 1933; D 23374; Fern Dale 
Hankins, Los Angeles. 1356 

— Maurice Chevalier being in- 
terviewed. © 1 c. June 14, 1933; 
D 23373; Fern Dale Hankins, Los 
Angeles. 4357 

Fille (La) des tsars; piece en 3 actes, 
d' Armagh-Antrim [pseud, of E. de 
Toy tot] © 1 c. July 18, 1933; D 
23445; Comte Emmanuel de Toytot, 
Paris. 4358 

Filling the missionary barrel; a nov- 
elty entertainment, by Selina Bax- 
ter. New York [1933] 25 p. 12mo. 
© June 30, 1933; 2 c. July 6; D 
23218; Fitzgerald pub. corp., New 
York. 4359 

Finnegan and Rafferty. See It's all 
in fun. 

First nighter; June 23, 1933. Dyna- 
mite Mike, a series of radio sketches, 
by Lou Pollock. © 1 c. July 3, 1933 ; 
D 23193; Chas. P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 4360 

July 7, 1933. War lord, a series 

of radio sketches, by R. M. Manley 
and B. A. Fenner. © 1 c. July 19, 
1933; D 23422; Charles P. Hughes 
productions, inc., Chicago. 4361 

July 14, 1933. Stars and strife, 

a series of radio sketches, by An- 
thony Wayne. © 1 c. July 19, 1933 ; 
D 23424 ; Charles P. Hugbes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 4362 



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Five star theatre; a series of radio 
presentations, by Mc-Cami-Eriekson, 
inc. May 15, 1933. The Marx 
brothers. Episode 25. © 1 c. July 
12, 1933; D 23288; McCann-Erick- 
son, inc., New York. 4363 

May 16, 1933. Solly Ward 

and his Kickers club. © 1 c. July 
12, 1933; D 23289; Mc-Cann-Erick- 
son, inc., New York. 4364 

May 19, 1933. Charlie Chan. 

Behind that curtain. Episode 12. 

© 1 c. July 12, 1933; D 23290; 

McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

4365 

May 22, 1933. The Marx 

brothers. Episode 26. © 1 c. July 
12, 1933; D 23291; McCann-Erick- 
son, inc., New York. 4366 

- May 23, 1933. Solly Ward 

' and his Kickers club. © 1 c. July 
12, 1933; D 23292; McCann-Erick- 
son, inc., New York. 4367 

May 26, 1933. Charlie Chan. 

Behind that curtain, Episode 13. 
© 1 c. July 12, 1933 ; D 23293 ; Mc- 
Cann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

4368 

Flea (The) circus; a play in 3 acts, 
by Bimsley Peabody. © 1 c. July 
11, 1933; D 23280; Jessamine Pea- 
body, New York. 4369 

Flit program ; Record nos. 1-3, a radio 
program, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
© 1 c. each July 22, 1933 ; D 23478- 
23480; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 4370-4372 

Fly in amber ; a play in 3 acts, by D. 

Barr. © 1 c. July 9, 1933 ; D 23417 ; 

David Barr, Long Island City, N. Y. 

4373 

Forbidden (The) gift; a play in 3 
' acts, by M. V. Heberden. © 1 c. 
July 17, 1933; D 23365; Mary Vio- 
let Heberden, New York. 4374 

Fortune ; a musical play, text and mu- 
sic by J. G. Ellis. © 1 c. July 1, 
1933; D 28472; James G. Ellis, Los 
Angeles. 4375 

Fount (The) of youth ; a play for mar- 
ionettes in 3 acts, by A. M. Culin. 
© 1 c. July 1, 1933; D 23231; Alice 
Mumford Culin, Coconut Grove, Fla. 
4376 

Francerie (La) ; 3 actes en 1914 [par] 

Paul Raynal. (In L'lllustration, no. 

4706) © May 13, 1933; 1 c. June 

24; D 23317; Paul Raynal, Paris. 

4377 



Frank and Erna ; a farce in 1 act (a 
modernization of Frank Glynn's 
wife) by Frederick Douglas. Chi- 
cago [1933] 23 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
June 29, 1933 ; 2 c. July 1 ; D 23179 ; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 4378 

Frank Glynn's wife. See Frank and 
Erna. 

Frau schlange (La donna serpente) ; 
phantastische oper in eineni vorsplel 
und 3 akten (7 bildern) von C. Lo- 
dovici, nach dem gleichnamigen 
dramatischen marchen von Carlo 
Gozzi, iibersetzt und fur die deutsche 
biihne bearbeitet von Hans F. Red- 
lich. [Musik von] Alfredo Casella. 
Leipzig, Mailand [etc. 1933] 64 p. 
12mo. Text. © June 12, 1933 ; 1 c. 
June 29 ; D 23551 ; G. Ricordi & co., 
Leipzig. 4379 

French (The) know how; the romance 
of the fifteenth century in 4 acts, 
by R. P. Craig. © 1 c. July 14, 1933 ; 
D 23335; Roger Paul Craig, New 
York. 4380 

Friendly divorce; a comedy satire in 
2 acts, by E. Andreas. © 1 c. July 
31, 1933 ; D 23600 ; Eulalie Andreas, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4381 

Funny (The) side of life; a musical 
farce in 3 acts, by Chas. A. Loder. 
Rev. by Harry Brooks. Text. © 
1 c. July 6, 1933 ; D 23227 ; Chas. A. 
Loder, New York. 4382 

Gallows glorious; a play in 3 acts, by 
Ronald Gow. London, Victor Gol- 
lancz, ltd., 1933. 96 p. 12 mo. © 
July 3, 1933 ; 1 c. July 21. D 23476 ; 
Ronald Gow, Bowdon, Cheshire, 
England. 4383 

Gambling lady ; a play in 2 acts, by 
Wilson and Anzonetta Collison. © 
1 c. July 26, 1933 ; D 23540 ; Wilson 
Collison, Venice, Calif. 4384 

Garden (The) wall; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. Loudon. © 1 c. July 20, 1933 ; 
D 23432; Eva Loudon, New York. 

4385 

Gas sation. See Heat lightning. 

Glass (The) wall; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. M. Delafield [pseud, of E. M. 
Dashwood] London, Victor Gollancz 
ltd., 1933. 84 p. 12mo. © Apr. 24, 
1933 ; 1 c. June 22 ; D 23229 ; Eliza- 
beth Monica Dashwood, Cullompton, 
Devon, England. 4386 

Globe headlines ; a series of radio 
sketches, by Erie Hampton. Epi- 
sodes 118-131. © 1 c. June 6, 9, 14, 



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Globe headlines — Continued 
21, 1933 ; D 23450-23463 ; Globe grain 
and milling co., Los Angeles. 

4387-4400 

Episodes 136, 137. © 1 c. 

each July 5, 1933; D 23208, 23209; 
Globe grain and milling co., Los 
Angeles. 4401, 4402 

Episodes 140-143. © 1 c. 

each July 14, 1933 ; D 23330-23333 ; 
Globe grain and milling co., Los An- 
geles. 4403-4406 

Episodes 144-147. © 1 c. 

each July 19, 1933 ; D 23418-23421 ; 
Globe grain and milling co., Los An- 
geles. 4407-4410 

Episodes 148-151. © 1 c. 

each July 26, 1933 ; D 23544-23547 ; 
Globe grain and milling co.. Los An- 
geles. 4411-4414 

Gloria Hull ; a drama, by B. O'Neill. 
© 1 c. July 17, 1933 ; D 23360 ; Barry 
O'Neill, New York. 4415 

Godiva ; oper in 3 akten. dichtung und 
musik von Ludwig Roselius. Ber- 
lin [1933] 67 p. 12 mo. Libretto. 
© June 8, 1933; 1 c. July 21; D 
23574; Ed. Bote & G. Bock. Berlin. 
4416 

Golden gate ; a plav in 3 acts, by J. 
Bew. © 1 c. July 10, 1933 ; D 2326S ; 
Jack Bew, Greenwood, Miss. 4417 

Golden (The) heart; a drama in 3 
acts, by C. A. Leidy. © 1 c. June 
20, 1933 ; D 23323 ; Channing Albert 
Leidy, Margate, N.J. 4418 

Governor's (The) lady; a melodramat- 
ic romance in 3 acts, by Marie Bau^ 
mer. © 1 c. July 11, 1933 ; D 23274 ; 
Marie Elizabeth Baumer, Syracuse, 
N.Y. 4419 

Grandfather's trunk ; a radio skit, by 
M. Finsterwald. © 1 c. June 24, 
1933 ; D 23321 ; Maxine Finsterwald, 
Detroit. 4420 

Gretel (Das) aus dem Harz ; volks- 
stuek mit gesang und tanz in 3 ak- 
ten. von Leo Kastner. muisk von 
Heinz Strehlau. Klavier-auszug 
[mit text] Berlin, 1932. 1 p., 36 p. 
4to. © Nov. 10, 1932 ; 1 c. Dec. 23 ; 
D 28481 ; Harmonia, verlagsgesell- 
schaft fiir literatur und kunst, a.-g., 
Vaduz, Germany. 4421 

■ Regiebuch. Berlin [1933] 4 

p. 1., 75 numb. 1., 2 1. diagr. 4to. 
© Nov. 10, 1932; 1 c. Dec. 23; D 

23-352 ; Harmonie. verlagsgesellschaft 



fiir literatur und kunst, a.-g., Ber- 
lin. 4422 

Guest (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 

S. C. Pettit. © 1 c. June 21, 1933 ; 

D 23381 ; Sarah C. Pettit, Pittsburgh. 

4423 

Guiniviere [ !] See Alabaster (The) 
box. 

Gypsy (The) tea room ; a mystery play 
in 3 acts, by F. Arnoldt. © 1 c. 
July 20, 1933; D 23434; Franc Ar- 
noldt, New York. 4424 

Half an hour to go; a play in 1 act 
by Gordon Hardy. London, H. F. W 
Deane & sous The year book press 
ltd. ; Boston, Mass., The Baker in- 
ternational play bureau [1933] 23 
p. 12mo. (The Year book press se- 
ries of plays) © Apr. 18. 1933 ; 1 c. 
May 2; D 23366; Gordon Hardy, 
Calcutta, British India. 4425 

Halfway to hell; a play in 3 acts, by 
C. Wilbur. © 1 c. July 10. 1933; 
D 23555; Crane Wilbur, Hollywood, 
Calif., and Century play co.. New 
York. 4426 

Happy landings ; Episodes 3S-4S. a se- 
rial radio drama, by Lawrence Hol- 
comb. © 1 c. July 6, 1933; D 
23223; Joseph Katz co., New York. 
4427 

Harem (The) scandal; a comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by I. Lewis. © 1 c. 
July 24, 1933; D 23494; Isabel 
Lewis, Los Angeles. 4428 

Haunted (The) legacy; an Irish com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Grenville Darling 
[i.e. S. G. Darling] © 1 c. July 21, 
1933: D 23477: Sydney Grenville 
Darling, Dublin, Ireland. 4429 

He (The) tree: a 1-act play, by 
M. E. L. New-some. © 1 c. June 28, 
1933 ; D 23400 ; Mary Erne Lee New- 
some, Wilberforce, O. 4430 

Heads up ; a 4-act farce comedy, by 
A. F. Trask. © 1 c. July 22. 1933; 
D 23501; Albert Franklin Trask. 
West Hartford. Conn. 4431 

Heart (The) of his mystery: a play, 
by Frederick Garret Lewis and J. 
Santley. © 1 c. July 6. 1933; D 
23286: Frederick <;. Lewis and 
Joseph Santley. New York. 4432 

Heat lightning; a play in 3 acts, by 
L. Abrams and G. Abbott. New ver- 
sion of Gas station, by Leon 
Abrams. © 1 c. July 14. 1933: D 
23515 : Leon Abrams and George 
Abbott, New York. 4433 



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4454 



Heiress (The) and the prince. See 
Stories from Poland Spring. 

Helen of Troy. See Alabaster box. 

Hermit (The) of Ruby Canyon. See 
Death Valley days. 

Hidden (The life ; a play in 3 acts, 

by Ellen Costello [pseud, of M. 

Mullins] © 1 c. July 8, 1933; D 

23257 ; Margaret Mullins, New York. 

4434 

High noon ; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Gerstenberg, H. Clark, H. South- 
gate. © 1 c. July 27, 1933 ; D 23569 ; 
Alice Gerstenberg, Herma Clark, 
Howard Southgate, Chicago. 4435 

Hollywood bound. See Modern Baron 
Munchausen. 

Hollywood welcomes you ; an original 
play, by Nolan Leary and Helen 
Keith Johnstone [i. e. H. K. Leary] 
© 1 c. July 17, 1933; D 23559; 
Helen K. Leary and Nolan Leary, 
New York. 4436 

Holy (The) bonds of alimony; a 
comedy in 3 acts, by D. N. Rubin. 
Rev. version of Alimoniacs. © 1 c. 
June 21, 1933; D 23473; Daniel N. 
Rubin, San Francisco. 4437 

Homme ( L' ) , meaning, The man ; a 
biography in dialogue^ by M. L. 
Bentley. © 1 c. June 17, 1933; D 
23464 ; Marguerite Logan Bentley, 
Ridley Park, Pa. 4438 

Hoopsville (The) fire department; a 
burlesque, by Arthur LeRoy Kaser. 
New York [1933] 18 p. 12mo. © 
June 30, 1933 ; 2 c. July 6; D 23215 ; 
Fitzgerald pub. Corp., New York. 

4439 

House (A) divided; a drama in 3 acts, 
by Alex. S. Jarvie. © 1 c. July 13, 
1933; D 23307; Alexander Stirling 
Jarvie, New York. 4440 

House (The) of remembrance; a play 
in 3 acts, by E. L. Smith. © 1 c. 
July 7, 1933; D 23437; Edward 
Leffingwell Smith, New York. 4441 

House of terror. See Talkie picture 
time. 

How Hum solved the problem of 
putting Kotex on the air. See Ko- 
talc. 

Human (The) link; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. A. Johnson. © 1 c. July 21, 
1933; D 23490; John A. Johnson, 
Brooklyn. 4442 



Hunky dory ; a comedy in 2 acts, by R. 
Crouse and C. Ford. © 1 c. June 
30, 1933; D 23345; Russell Crouse 
and Corey Ford, New York. 4443 

Husbands don't count ; a farce comedy 
in 3 acts, by G. Gibbs. © 1 c. Julv 8,. 
1933; D 23253; George Gibbs, 
Philadelphia. 4444 

Im Weissen rossl. See White (The) 
horse inn. 

Immorally yours; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Jefferson Parker [i. e. W. J. 
Parker] © 1 c. July 24, 1933; D 
23498; William Jefferson Palrker, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4445 

In doubt about Daisy; a comedy in 1 
act, by Germaine Haney. Chicago 
[1933] 33 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
June 21, 1933; 2 c. June 23; D 
23312; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 
4446 

In the Inside out inn ; a blackface 
farce, by Arthur LeRoy Kaser. New 
York. [1933] 30 p. 12mo, © 
June 30, 1933 ; 2 c. July 6; D 23219; 
Fitzgerald pub. corp., New York. 

4447 

In the moonlight — my friend Pierrot ; 
a play in 1 act, by M. E. L. New- 
some. © 1 c. June 28, 1933; D 
23396 ; Mary Erne Lee Newsome, 
Wilberforce, O. 4448 

Indian heritage ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. F. Daly. © 1 c. July 29, 1933 ; 
D. 23596; Margaret Frances Daly, 
Massapequa, L. I., N. Y. 4449 

Interlude in 2-4 time ; a motion-pic- 
ture in 4 scenes, by F. Lipkin. © 1 
c. July 1, 1933; D 23303; Florence 
Lipkin, New York. 4450 

It's all in fun ; or, Finnegan and 
Rafferty ; a radio comedy in 13 
episodes, by J. W. Swift. © 1 c. 
July 17, 1933 ; D 23363 ; James Wil- 
liam Swift, New York. 4451 

It's an ill wind; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. M. Martin and H. C. Smith. © 
1 c. July 3, 1933; D 23531; Henry 
Clapp Smith and Helen McLaughlin 
Martin, New York. 4452 

It's only propaganda ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Samuel G. Both. © 1 c. July 6, 
1933; D 23226; Samuel Natapoff, 
New York. 4453 

Jean Lafitte ; a romantic operetta in 
3 acts, music and score by Coloman 
Katona, book and lyrics by L. H. 
Epstein. Text. © 1 c. July 20. 
1933; D 2342S; Leon Harrison 
Epstein, St. Louis. 4454 



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Jeannette and lier escarpe ; a play in 
4 acts, by W. H. Kamper. © 1 c. 
July 17, 1933: D 23362; William II. 
Kamper, Brooklyn. 4455 

Jennifer's prince; a fantastic comedy 
in 3 acts, by Cecilia Mennons [i. e.] 
(M. C. W. Freund) © 1 c. July 8, 
1033; D 23247; Martha Cecilia 
Washburn Freund, Beechhurst. 
Whitestone, L. I., N. Y. 4456 

Jenny Jitters and her country cousins ; 
a radio play in 4 parts, by L. J. 
Lampe. © 1 c. June 14, 1933; D 
23558 ; Louis J. Lampe, Cincinnati. 

4457 

Jepptha's daughter; a Biblical drama 
in 5 acts, in the time of the Judges, 
by D. Reiss. 

L'is i n ac ro-iya ptm pin ;rmD> na 

.on -m nxn 

© 1 c. July 20, 1933-; D 23433 ; David 

Reiss, St. Louis. 4458 

Jour (Le) ; piece en 3 actes et 6 
tableaux, de Henry Bernstein. (In 
Les CEuvres libres, no. 140]) © 
Feb. 1, 1933 ; 1 c. July 18 ; D 23426 ; 
Henry Bernstein, Paris. 4459 

Just my luck ; a play in 3 acts, by G. 
T. Raab. © 1 c. July 15, 1933; 
D 23340; George T. Raab, Avon-by- 
the-sea, N. J. 4460 

Karma : piece en 3 actes, un prologue 
et un epilogue [par] Jeffrey Dell, 
d'apres le roman de C. S. Forester. 
Adapte de l'anglais par nime. Ju- 
liette Ralph-Mylo [pseud, of J. Mil- 
lot] Paris, 1933. 30, [2] p. 4to. 
(La Petite illustration, no. 026) © 
May 20, 1933 ; 1 c. July 18 ; D 23444 ; 
Juliette Millot, Paris. 4461 

Kash and Carrie ; a radio sketch, by 
M. H. Leob. © 1 c. July 6, 1933; 
D 23378; Madeleine H. Loeh, New- 
York. 4462 

Keep smiling ; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, text and music by T. L. 
Grindell. © 1 c. July 31, 1933; D 
28483 ; Thomas Linwood Grindell, 
Bath, Me. 4463 

Kennebec smuggler. See Stories from 
Poland Spring. 

Kiddy kabaret ; Episodes 1, 2, a com- 
edv radio continuity, by S. Civoru. 
©' 1 c. July 8, 1933 ; D 23256 ; 
Sophia Civoru, New York. 4464 

King (The) of Barbazon; a comedy in 
1 act, by Olave March. London, 
H. F. W. Deane & sons The year 



book press. ltd. [1933] 14 p. 
12mo. ([Village drama society 
plays]) © June 29, 1933; 1 c. July 
7; I) 23439; Olave .March. London. 
4465 

Kleider machen leute; horspiel von 
Geno Ohlischlaeger, nach der erzah- 
lung von Gottfried Keller. © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1933; D 23535; S. Fischer, 
verlag a.-g., Berlin. 4406 

Ko-talc ; or, How Hurn solved the 
problem of putting Kotex on the air, 
a 1-act play, by P. D. Hurn. © 1 c. 
July 20. 1933: D 23436; Philip D. 
Hurn, New York. 4467 

Lady No-name; a play in 3 acts, by 
Wiley J. Wynne [pseud, of J. Jex] 
© 1 c. July 18, 1933 : D 23488 ; John 
Jex, New York. 4468 

Land (The) of the lost; a radio pro- 
gram, by I. M. Hewson. © 1 c. 
July 17. 1933: D 23358: Isabel Man- 
ning Hewson, Haverford, Pa. 4469 

Last (The) adventure; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Russell Whelan. © 1 c. 
June 21. 1933: D 23234: Russell 
Francis Whelan. Lakewood, O. 4470 

Last (The) curtain: a drama in 3 
acts, by A. Davis. © 1 c. July 14, 
1933: D 23353: Alfred Davis, Ven- 
ice, Calif. 4471 

Last (The) enemy: a play in 3 acts, 
by Hamilton Howard. © 1 c. July 
19, 1933; D 23414: Hampton Warren 
Howard, New York. 4472 

Laufende (Das) band. See Experi- 
ment (Das) 

Leadfield (The) boom. See Death 
Valley days. 

Let 'em eat cake : a musical comedy, 
by G. S. Kaufman and M. Ryskind. 
Text. © 1 c. July 14. 1933; D 
23337; George S. Kaufman and Mor- 
rie Ryskind, New York. -447.". 

Let my people go. See Deliverer. 

Let's be civilized ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Gwendolen Logan [i. e. G. L. 
Seiler] and C. Seiler. © 1 c. June 
26, 1933; D 233S3 ; Gwendolen Lo- 
gan Seiler and Conrad Seiler. Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4474 

Let sleeping dogs lie ; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. Savich. © 1 c. July 13, 1933 ; 
D 23382; Ramon Savich, New 
Orleans. 4475 



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4496 



Life (The) ; a drama in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by G. Bconomu. © 1 c. 
July 19, 1933; D 23474; Gene 
Economu, Los Angeles. 4476 

Light (The) upon the water; a Bib- 
lical drama, adapted by T. Orr. © 
1 c. July 7, 1933 ; D 23240 ; Theron 
Orr, Hollywood, Calif. 4477 

Lillian Russell. See Album of Broad- 
way. 

Little Katzes ain't kittens ; a farce in 
3 acts, by W. Place, jr. © 1 c. 
June 26, 1933; D 23529; William 
Place, jr., Providence, R. I. 4478 

London bridge ; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Oestricher. © 1 c. July 25, 1933; 
D 23505; Anne Oestricher, New 
York. 4479 

Lots of people; a 1-act sketch, by 

L. Steindler. © 1 c. July 5, 1933; 

D 23213; Les Steindler, New York. 

4480 

Love comes knocking; a Christmas 
play, by Dorothy C. Allan. Boston 
[1933] 19 p. 12mo. © July 13, 
1933 ; 2 c. July 29 ; D 23593 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 4481 

Love found a way. See Dramas in 
twenty volumes. 

Love song; a play in 3 acts, by J. 
Strong. © 1 c. July 10, 1933; D 
23264 ; Janet Strong, Highland Park, 

111. 4482 

Macbeth (Shakespeare's the tragedy^ 
of) ; edited by Harold T. EatoBf 
Boston, New York [1933] lxxxiv, 
153 p. front., plates. 16mo. © 
July 13, 1933; 2 c. July 21; Aff. 
July 20 ; A 63645 ; Harold T. Eaton, 
Brockton, Mass. 4482* 

Mae West being interviewed. See 
Fern Dale's inaccurate interviews. 

Man (The) See Homme (L - ) 

Man (The) on horseback; a play in 4 
acts, by J. W. Harding. © 1 c. 
July 7, 1933 ; D 23241 ; Justin Wood- 
ward Harding, Juneau, Alaska. 

4483 

Man (The) with a beard; a drama in 
a prologue and 3 acts, by G. W. 
Ross. © 1 c. July 11, 1933; D 
23283 ; Garfield William Ross, West- 
field, la. 4484 

Manru beer ; June 20, 1933, radio con- 
tinuity and commercial credit lines, 
by WBEN, inc. © 1 c. June 22, 
1933; D 23563; WBEN, inc., Buf- 
falo. 4485 



Marx brothers. See Five star theatre. 

Maurice Chevalier being interviewed. 
-See Fern Dale's inaccurate inter- 
views. 

Message (A) of the earth and sky; a 
Biblical drama, adapted by T. Orr. 
© 1 c. July 7, 1933 ; D 23238 ; Theron 
Orr, Hollywood, Calif. 4486 

Miasma ; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Linker. © 1 c. July 21, 1933; D 
23465; A. Linker, Boston. 4487 

Milady has arrived ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by O. B. Olsson. © 1 c. July 
13, 1933; D 23308; Oscar Bernhard 
Olsson, Gloversville, N. Y. 4488 

Miss Wife; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Ludwig Fulda, adapted from the 
German by G. S. Viereck. © 1 c. 
July 26, 1933 ; D 23549 ; George Syl- 
vester Viereck, New York. 4489 

Mr. Mistle; a fantasy in 1 act, by 
Olive M. Popplewell. London, H. F. 
W. Deane & sons The year book 
press ltd. ; Boston, Mass., The Baker 
international play bureau [1933] 
24 p. 12nio. (Village drama so- 
ciety plays) © June 21, 1933 ; 1 c. 
June 29 ; D 23369 ; Olive M. Popple- 
well, London. 4490 

Mister Polly Anna ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by G. L. Spaulding. © 1 c. June 23, 
1933; D 23326; George Leonard 
Spaulding, New York. 4491 

Mocha cake ; a play in 1 act, by A. E. 
Peterson. © 1 c. July 18, 1933; D 
23392 ; Agnes Emelie Peterson, Pasa- 
dena. 4492 

Modern (The) Baron Munchausen; 
Episode 43. Hollywood bound, pts. 
1, 2, a series of radio sketches, by 
William K. Wells. © 1 c. July 1, 
1933 ; D 23182 ; Lord & Thomas, New 
York. 4493 

Modern (A) Portia; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by I. E. Green. © 1 c. 
July 8, 1933 ; D 23248 ; Ivan Edward 
Green, Clearwater, Fla. 4494 

Mother Superior; a play in 1 act, by 
Janet Ling. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons The year book press, 
ltd. [1933] 18 p., 1 1. 12mo. ( [Vil- 
lage drama society plays] ) © July 
5, 1933 ; 1 c. July 15 ; D 23440 ; Janet 
Ling, London. 4495 

Murder at the vanities; a play in 2 
acts, by E. Carroll and Rufus King. 
© 1 c. May 27, 1933 ; D 23344 ; Earl 
Carroll, New York. 4496 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 6 



Musical-box (The) ; a fantasy in 1 
act, by Ida Gandy. London, H. F. 
W. Deane & sons The year book 
press, ltd. [1933] 22 p., 1 1. diagr. 
l_mo. ([Village drama society 
plays] ) Contains music. © July 
5. 1933; 1 c. July 15; D 23441: Ida 
Gandy, Aston on Clun, Shropshire, 
England. 4497 

Mysterious Martin ; Episode 1, a radio 
series by C. Warburton, Martha 
Linn and N. P. Caldwell. © 1 c. 
June 19, 1933; D 23230; Charles 
Warburton, Beecbhurst, L. I., N. Y., 
and N. Porter Caldwell. Chicago. 

4498 

Napoleon ; [par Georges] Saint- 
Georges de Bouhelier. Paris [1933] 
316 p., 1 1. 12mo. © May 17, 1933 : 
1 c. June 24 ; D 23316 ; Albin Michel, 
Paris. 4499 

Nat 'n' Nelse; a series of radio 
sketches, by S. Finch. © 1 c. July 
28, 1933; D 23576; S. Finch, Wal- 
thall, Miss. 4500 

Nautilus ; a play in 3 acts, by Anthony 
Eidson. © 1 c. July 10, 1933; D 
-3269; Anthony J. Eidson, Fort 
Madison. la. 4501 

New (The) dime novel; a fable in 3 
acts, by A. Karnopp and S. Mintst. 
© 1 c. July 24, 1933; D 23492; Al- 
bert Karnopp and Sidney Mintz. 
Hollywood, Calif. 4502 

New (Tbe) world; a play in 3 acts, 
by C. K. Van Riper. © 1 c. July 
26. 1933; D 23543: Charles K. Van 
Riper, Carmel, Calif. 4503 

Newfangled charity ; a 1-act play, by 
S. J. Cocke. © 1 c. July 24, 1933; 
D 23499; Sarah Johnson Cocke. 
Roanoke, Va. 4504 

Night (The) mail; a comedy in 3 act.--, 
by C. E. Merrill. © 1 c. July 18, 
1933 ; D 23388 : Clifton Everett Mer- 
rill, Bangor, Me. 4505 

Night (The) wing-song; a 1-act play, 
by M. E. L. Newsome. © 1 c. June 
28, 1933; D 23394: Mary Erne Lee 
Newsome, Wilberforce, O. 4506 

No man wanted; a comedy in 4 acts, 
by Sidney Cook. Act 1. © 1 <•. 
June 13, 1933; D -13372; Sidney 
Rogers Cook, Santa Monica, Calif. 

4507 

No money needed; a scenario for mo- 
tion picture adaptation, by H. S. 
Futrau. © 1 c. July 27, 1933; D 
23565; Herbert S. Futran, Chicago. 
4508 



No sky; a play in 3 acts, by K. Rob- 
erts. © 1 c. July 1. 1933 ; D 231S5 : 
Katharine Roberts. New York. 4509 

None so blind; a comedy in 3 acts, by 

I). Kunze. © 1 c. July 7. 1933; I) 

23242; Denton Knnze. Flint. Midi. 

4510 

Not a word was said (Nothing said) ; 
a play in 3 acts, by J. A. Lennon. 
© 1 c. July 3, 1933 ; D 23191 ; John 
Auzerais Lennon, San Francisc o. 

4511 

Nothing said. See Not a word was 
said. 

O tom, KaK jibHBOJi co3flaji KannTa- 
JincTa; caTupa b ojihom AeHTBiin, Mn- 
xanji JIaBpoBCKHH (flflA« Mnuia) 
How the devil created the capitalist ; 
a satire in 1 act [by] Mitchell Lav- 
rowsky. New York, 1933. 31 p. 
8vo. © July 24, 1933 ; 2 c. July 28 : 
D 23504; Mitchell Lavrowsky, 
Brooklyn. 4512 

Off-Broadway hotel; a dramatic com- 
position in 3 acts, by H. C. Butt. 
© 1 c. July 14, 1933; D 23329; 
Harold Charles Butt, New York. 

4513 

Ob. Jim! a 1-act radio play: by J. W. 
Hammond. © 1 c. July 27. 1933; 
D 23566: Jobn W. Hammond, Sche- 
nectady, N. Y. 4.". 14 

Old (The) music shop; Episode 1. a 
series of radio sketcbes. by Edmund 

•"Robert McGill. © 1 c. June 23. 
1933 ; D 23376 ; Leona Johnson Law- 
rence, New York. 4515 

Old (The) sea road. See Apparitions. 

On the dotted line ; a farce in 1 acr, 
by Howard Reed. Chicago [1933] 
32 p. diagr. 12mo. © June 21, 
1933; 2 c. June 23: D 23309; Dra- 
matic pnb. co., Chicago. 4516 

Once upon a time: a play in ."! acts, 
by Francis de Croisset, translated 
by L. U. Eldridge I i. e. Mrs. Ros- 
well Eldridge] © 1 c July 1. 1«»:::; ; 
I> 2.'!2S4: Louise CJ. Eldridge, Great 
Neck. N. Y. 4517 

One eyed sailor. See Death Valley 

days. 

Open (Tbe) door: Episode 1, a radio 
play, by M. Finsterwald. © 1 c. 
July lit. 1933; 1) 2344'.t; Maxine 
Finsterwald, Detroit. 4518 

Open to offers: a comedy in 3 acts, by 
H. C. Baker. Expanded from a 
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4539 



Open to offers — Continued 
palaces, by R. Brown. © 1 c July 
15, 1933; D 23357; Henry Charles 
Baker, Chicago, Royal Brown, 
Humarock, Mass. 4519 

Oper (Die) ; hrsg. von univ.-prof. dr. 
Willi Flemniing Leipzig, 1933. 314, 
[6] p plate. 8vo. (Added t.-p. : 
Deutsche literatur, sammlung lit- 
erarischer kunst und kulturdenk- 
maler in entwicklungsreihen. Reihe 
Barock: Barockdrarna, 5. bd.) © 
Mar. 18, 1933; 1 c. June 19; A— 
Foreign 21321 ; Philipp Reclam jun, 
Leipzig. 4519* 

Opernball 13 (Spionage) ; schauspiel 
in 3 akten [von] Casar von Arx. 
Zurich, Leipzig [etc.] 1932. 90 p. 
12mo. © Dec 31, 1931 ; 1 c May 1, 
1933 ; D 23534 ; Rascher & cie, a.-g., 
Zurich, Switzerland. 45J0 

Our chivalrous males (Virtue in ad- 
vance) ; a comedy in 3 acts, by E. R. 
Bills. © 1 c. July 24, 1933 ; D 23502 ; 
Elizabeth R. Bills, Chicago. 4521 

Out of the breadline. See Death 
Valley days. 

Overflow ; a play in 1 act, by Maysel 
Jenkinson. London, H. F. W. Deane 
& sons The year book press ltd. 
[1933] 20 p. 12mo. (Village 
drama society plays) © June 21, 
1933 ; 1 c. June 29 ; D 23368 ; Maysel 
Jenkinson, Glemsford, Suffolk, Eng- 
land. 4522 

Oyster (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Carl Click. © 1 c. July 27, 1933; 
D. 23571; Carl Cannon Glick, New 
York. 4523 

Pa reads the paper; Episodes 1, 2; a 
series of sketches, by C. V. Knox. © 
1 c. July 1, 1933 ; D 23186 ; Charles 
Victor Knox, Chicago. 4524 

Parade rest; a play in 3 acts, by K. 

Johnston. © 1 c. July 11, 1933; D 

23279; Kelvin Johnston, New York. 

4525 

Paths (The) of glory; a drama in 3 
acts, by C. H. Faber. © 1 c. July 
5, 1933; D 23201; Charles Hauck 
Faber, Brooklyn. 4526 

Payatz (The) See Clown (The) 

Pay-off (The) ; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by J. J. Murray, jr. and A. 
Luttringer. © 1 c. July 11. 1933 ; D 
23560; James J. Murray, jr., Somer- 
ville, Mass., and Al Luttringer, 
Boston. 4527 

Pease porridge hot ; a farce in 3 acts, 

by M. Rogers. © 1 c. July 31, 1933 ; 

D 23607 ; Merrill Rogers, New York. 

4528 



Pech muss man haben! eine optimis- 
tische komodie in 6 bildern, von 
Julius Berstl, musik von Robert 
Katscher. Regie- und soufflierbuch. 
Text. © 1 c. July 31, 1933; D 
23606; Alrobi musikverlag, g. m. 
b. h., Berlin. 4529 

Personal column. See Agony column. 

Pescatore (II) calabrese ; opera in 3 
atti, di P. Leoni. © 1 c. June 27, 
1933 ; D 28482 ; Pasquale Leoni, San 
Francisco. 4530 

Philanthropist (The); Episode 1; a 
radio continuity, by S. Civoru. © 
1 c. July 8, 1933; D 23255; Sophia 
Civoru, New York. 4531 

Picnic (The) ; a Mickey Mouse comedy 
for marionettes in 1 act, by E. Bow- 
man. © 1 c. July 21, 1933 ; D 23469 ; 
Eleanor Bowman, Trenton, N. J. 

4532 

Pirate (The) ; a comedy in 4 acts, by 
Ludwig Fulda, tr. from the German, 
by H. Zoellner. © 1 c. July 8, 1933 ; 
D 23245; Herbert Zoellner, New 
York. 4533 

Pleasures and palaces. See Open to 
offers. 

Plot-shots. See Agony column. 

Pocahontas and the elders ; a folk- 
piece in 4 acts, by Virgil Geddes. 
Chapel Hill, N. C, M. A. Abernethy, 
1933. 7 p. 1., [5] -89 p. 8 vo. © 
June 26, 1933 ; 2 c. July 8 ; D 23313 ; 
Virgil Geddes, Brookfield, Conn. 

4534 

Pop and Jim ; Episode 4, a series of 
sketches, by O. White. © 1 c. July 
10, 1933; D 23265; Orville White, 
Evanston, 111. 4535 

Posterity. See Three plays and a play- 
thing. 

Postscript to love ; a comedy-drama in 
3 acts, by L. Maren. © 1 c. July 
24, 1933; D 23491; Lew Maren, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4536 

Pranks (The) of destiny; a 3-act 
comedy, by L. C. May. © 1 c. July 
17, 1933; D 23361; Laure Castel- 
lanos May, New Orleans. 4537 

Precious gifts ; a play in 1 act, by 
Mary Royce Merriman. Wilwaukee 
[1933] 11, [1] p. Svo. © July 5, 
1933;' 2 e. July 10; D 23258; More- 
house pub. co., Milwaukee. 4538 

Prelude ; a play in 2 acts, by B. Broad. 
© 1 c. July 19, 1933; D 23425; 
Bertha Broad, New York. 4539 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 6 



Pre-payment deferred ; a 1-act play, by 
E. J. Rule. © 1 e. July 5, 1933 ; D 
23324; Estelle Johnson Rule, St. 
Louis. 4540 

Prince Fontanelli ; Episodes 1-6, a 

mystery play, by B. Louise Wells. 

© 1 c. June 12, 1933; D 23327; 

Marian Etblene Wilcox, New York. 

4541 

Prisoner (The) at the chateau : a 
play, by J. B. Carrington, based on 
the story Sire de Maletroit's door, 
by Robert Louis Stevenson. © 1 c. 
July 3. 1933 ; D 23190 ; John B. Car- 
rington, San Antonio. 4542 

Progression ; a. strange play in 3 acts, 
by G. LaMarr Kimball. © 1 c. July 
24, 1933; D 23526; Golden L. Kim- 
ball, Salt Lake City. 4543 

Proletarian ; a drama in 4 acts, by 
R. A. Albert [pseud, of A. A. Rosen- 
thal] © 1 c. July 8. 1933; D 23251; 
Albert A. Rosenthal. New York. 

4544 

Promethea moth ; a play in 1 act, by 
M. E. L. Newsome. © 1 c. June 28, 
1933 ; D 23561 ; Mary Effie Lee New- 
some, Wilberforce, O. 4545 

Prophecy (The) of Poland Spring. 
See Stories from Poland Spring. 

Provocators (The) ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by B. Berg. © 1 c. July 18, 1933 : D 
23448 ; Bernard Berg, Los Angeles. 

4546 

Psycho-analyst (The) ; or, The psycho- 
nutist, Episodes 5, 6. a radio series, 
by L. Steedman. © 1 c. July 5, 
1933; D 23212; Louise Steedman, 
New York. 4547 

Psycho-nutist (The) See Psycho- 
analyst (The) 

Queen of the Nile ; a satire in 3 acts, 
by E. Maronde and John Barrington 
[i. e. J. B. Nicholas] © 1 c. June 
14, 1933 ; D 23233 ; Eleanor Maronde, 
San Marino, Calif., and John Bar- 
rington Nicholas, Hollywood, Calif. 
4548 

Radio bridge ; a card playing drama 
prepared for presentation by radio, 
by E. A. Thurston. © 1 c. July 5. 
1933; D 23210; Eugene Albert 
Thurston, San Gabriel, Calif. 4549 

Rats (The) of Norway; a play in 3 
acts, by Keith Winter. London, Wil- 
liam Heinemann, ltd. [1933] 4 p. 1., 
104 p. 12mo. © May 29. 1933 ; 1 c. 
July 22; D 23598; Keith Winter. 
Weswall, Cheshire, England. 4550 



Rattle. See Apparitions. 

Raven (The) ; by Edgar Allan Poe, 
music by Arcady Dubensky. New 
York [1932] 4 p. 1., 3-33 numb. 1. 
fol. [Orchestra score] © Dec. 1, 
1932; 2 c. July 10, 1933; D 28480; 
G. Ricordi & co., inc., New York. 

4551 

Red meat ; a comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by W. L. Levy. © 1 c. July 18, 
1933 ; D 23385 ; William Lester Levy, 
Detroit. 4552 

Red (The) Mouse; a melodramatic 
mystery comedy in 3 acts, by Jean 
Paul [pseud, of H. Schindler] © 1 
c. Julv 6, 1933; D 23325: Hans 
Schindler, N. Hollywood, Calif. 

4553 

Red shadows ; a musical comedy in 3 
acts, text and music by L. Evans. © 
1 c. June 24, 1933 ; D 28476 ; Leone 
Evans, Pocatello, Id. 4554 

Rehearsal (The) of the great Ameri- 
can opera co. in Love calls and liver 
pills, a play in 4 acts, by L. Stern. 
© 1 c. July 17, 1933 ; D 23351 ; Leo- 
pold Stern, Montreal. Canada. 4555 

Renards (The) ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by L. Hazard. © 1 c. July 6. 1933 ; 
D 23348; Lawrence Hazard. New 
York. 4556 

Republican-princess (The) See Three 
plays and a plaything. 

Return (The) ; a 3-act play, by L. F. 
Kimball. © 1 c. July 12, 1933; D 
23304 ; Lulu Fisk Kimball, Manches- 
ter, N. H. 4557 

Reunion by radio. See Death Valley 
days. 

Revolte ; piece en 1 acte d'Armagh- 
Antrim [pseud, of E. de Toytot] © 
1 c. July 18, 1933 ; D 22210 ; Comte 
Emmanuel de Toytot, Paris. 4558 

Rhapsodv in perfume: a radio sketch, 
by M. H. Loeb. © 1 c. July 6, 1933; 
D 23377; Madeleine H. Loeb, New 
York. 455! > 

Rolling (The) stones; pts. 1, 2. a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by Walter 
Folmer. © 1 c. July 1, 1933; D 
23187 ; Walter F. Folmer, Rochester, 
N. Y. 4560 

Romance in a department store; a 1- 
act operetta-ballet, scenario by Mar- 
co Montedoro. lyrics by Mils Milo- 
radovich, music by M. Baron. A'ocal 
score. © 1 c July 8. 1933 ; D 28477 ; 
Maurice Baron, Great Neck Estates, 
N. Y. 4561 



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Romulus and Remus ; a play for chil- 
dren, by Emma Sheridan Fry. © 1 
c. May 19, 1933; D 23527; Living- 
stcn-Fry, New York. 4562 

Royal (The) buccaneer; a musical 
comedy in 2 acts, by John Monroe. 
Text. © 1 c. July 5, 1933 ; D 23200 ; 
John C. Monroe, New York. 4563 

Sachem (The) girl. See Stories from 
Poland Spring. 

Salome. See Alabaster box. 

Salvage; a 3 act drama, by W. D. 

Rice. © 1 c. July 20, 1933 ; D 23435 ; 

Walter Douglas Rice, Astoria, N.Y. 

4564 

Sam Houston. See Texas trail blaz- 
ers. 

Same (The) man ; a miniature 1-act 
play, by L. L. Coghlan. Revised by 
Shirley Kaye. Boston [1933] 9 p. 
12mo. © Feb. 3, 1933 ; 2 c. July 29 ; 
D 23595 ; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. 4565 

School days ; a Mickey Mouse comedy 
for marionettes, by B. Bowman. © 
1 c. July 21, 1933; D 23471 ; Eleanor 
Bowman, Trenton, N.Y. 4566 

School through the ages ; a play in a 
prologue and 12 scenes, by F. P. 
Walkup. © 1 c. July 6, 1933; D 
23198; Fairfax Proudfit Walkup, 
South Pasadena, Calif. 4567 

Second (The) generation. See Three 
plays and a plaything. 

Shades of Bert Williams ; dramatic 
sketch, by I. M. Lawson. © 1 c. 
July 27, 1933; D 23567; Iowen M. 
Lawson, New York. 4568 



Shadow (The) 



Anna Kerenski. 



Shadows before them ; a play in 2 acts, 
by John Crump. © 1 c. July 10 i , 
1933; D 23270; John Grey Crump, 
New York. 4569 

Shady lady ; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, by I. Caesar. Text. © 1 c. 
July 8, 1933; D 23249; Irving 
Caesar, New York. 4570 

Shepherds abiding; a Christmas re- 
ligious fantasy in 1 act, by Dorothy 
Clarke Wilson. New York [1933] 
40 p. 12mo. © June 30, 1933 ; 2 c. 
July 6; D 23221; Fitzgerald pub. 
corp., New York. 4571 

Ship (A) comes in ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Jo Anthony [i. e. J. Anthony] 
© 1 c. July 14, 1933; D 23349; 
Joseph Anthony, New York. 4572 



Show business ; a comedy, with musi- 
cal interpolations in 3 acts, by A. S. 
Ruben. Text. © 1 c. July 15, 1933 ; 
D 23339; Alexander S. Ruben, Los 
Angeles. 4573 

Si and Elmer; pt. 1, Episodes 1-12, a 
radio playlet in 12 scenes, by Perry 
Crandall [i. e. P. C. Crandall] © 
1 c. July 5, 1933; D 23203; Percy 
Clinton Crandall, Hollywood, Calif. 
4574 

Sigurd; a play in 3 acts, by P. W. 
Clark. © 1 c. June 29, 1933; D 
23319; Paul Winthrop Clark, Holy- 
oke, Mass. 4575 

Silencer (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Jack B. Yates [i. e. J. B. Yates] © 
1 c. July 5, 1933; D 23225; John 
Butler Yeats, Dublin, Ireland. 4576 

Sinners ; a drama in 3 acts, by B. F. 

White. © 1 c. July 11, 1933; D 

23276; Bessie F. White, Brookline, 

Mass. 4577 

Sire de Maletroit's door. See Prisoner 
at the chateau. 

Snake bite. See Death Valley days. 

Society's dilemma ; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. R. Lyons. © 1 c. July 10', 
1933 ; D 23266 ; Margaret R. Lyons, 
Miller Place, L. I., N. Y. 4578 

Soiree (La) a. Belgrade; piece en 3 
actes, d'Armagh-Antrim [pseud, of 
E. de Toytot] © 1 c. July 18, 1933 ; 
D 23446; Comte Emmanuel de Toy- 
tot, Paris. 4579 

Solly Ward and his Kickers club. See 
Five Star theatre. 

Son (The) of Mrs. Wong; a play in 3 
acts, by K. O'Malley. © 1 c. July 
11, 1933; D 23277; Kathlyn O'Mal- 
ley, Cleveland. 4580 

Songbird ; a play in 3 acts with a pro- 
logue, by J. F. Keleher. © 1 c. July 
11, 1933; D 23282; James F. Kele- 
her, Brooklyn. 4581 

Soul (The) of a boy; a play, by James 
Lewis. © 1 c. July 31, 1933; D 
23602; James Leland Lewis, Fort 
Myers, Fla. 4582 

Souls ; a play in 4 acts, by Nelda Mac- 
Kinnon Sage [i. e. D. M. M. Sage] 
© 1 c. July 28, 1933: D 23592; 
Donalda Margaret MacKinnon Sage, 
Vancouver, B. C. 4583 

Soviet Venus ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Michael Conoplin. © 1 c. July 3, 
1933; D 23197; Michael Paul Con- 
oplin, Los Angeles. 4584 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 



Spinsters (The) hold a convention; an 
entertainment, by Anne Vaughan. 
New York [1931] 21 p. 12mo. © 
June 30, 1933 ; 2 e. July 6 ; D 23217 ; 
Fitzgerald pub. Corp., New York. 

4585 

Spionage. See Opernball 13. 

Spione ; scnauspiel in 9 bildern, von 
Max Heye. © 1 c. June 21, 1933; 
D 23472; Max Reichard verlag, 
Freiburg i. Breisgau, Germany. 

4586 

Sporting (The) thing; a play in 6 
scenes, by R. Welty and G. Renouf. 
© 1 c. July 17, 1933 ; D 23355 ; Ruth 
Welty and Gene Renouf, Washing- 
ton. 4587 

Star (The) of Navarre; a new melo- 
drama-grand in 4 acts, bv V. Vic- 
tor. © 1 c. July 28, 1933 ; D 23591 ; 
Victor Victor, Long Island Citv, 
N. Y. 4588 

Starlight and jasmine ; a play in 3 
acts, by Michael Doran [pseud, of 
E. Clapham] © 1 c. July 5, 1933; 
D 23199 ; Emilia Clapham, Berkeley, 
Calif. 4589 



Stars and strife. 



First nighter. 



Stephen Decatur; a tragedy in 3 acts, 
by C. L. Lewis, © 1 c. July 19, 
1933; D 23415; CharTes Lee Lewis, 
Annapolis. 4590 

Stillness (The) of the night; a Bibli- 
cal drama, by T. Orr. © 1 c. July 
7, 1933; D 23237; Theron Orr 
Hollywood, Calif. 4591 

[Stories from Poland Spring] a radio 
program, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Episode 1. The prophecy of Poland 
Spring. © 1 c. July 28, 1933; D 
23582 ; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 4592 

■ Episode 2. The Kennebec 

smuggler. © 1 c. July 28, 1933 ; D 
23583; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 4593 

Episode 3. The heiress and 

the prince. © 1 c. July 28, 1933; 
D 235S4; McCann-Erickson, inc.. 
New York. 4594 

Episode 4. The Sachem 

girl. © 1 c. July 28, 1933; D 
23585 ; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 4595 

Episode 5. The trading 

post tragedy. © 1 c. July 28, 1933 ; 
D 23586; McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 4596 



Story (The) of Ruth and Naomi; a 
Biblical drama in 6 scenes, by T. 
Orr. © 1 c. July 7. 1933 ; D 23235 ; 
Theron Orr, Hollywood, Calif. 4597 

Story (The) of the second miracle; 
a Biblical drama, adapted bv T. Orr. 
© 1 c. July 7, 1933 ; D 23236 : Theron 
Orr, Hollywood, Calif. 4598 

Strangely familiar ; a play in 3 acts, 
by P. C. Burrow. © 1 c. July 17, 
1933; D 23364; Pearl Covington 
Burrow, Dallas. 4599 

Stranger (The); a dramatic composi- 
tion in 6 acts, by H. H. Roberts. 
© 1 c. July 24, 1933 ; D 23943 ; Har- 
vey H. Roberts, Georgetown, Ky. 

4600 

Such is life ; a play in 3 acts, by E. 

Leavitt. © 1 c. July 29, 1933; D 

23597 ; Elizabeth Leavitt, New York. 

4601 

Such is the kingdom ; a Biblical drama, 
adapted by T. Orr. © 1 c. July 7, 
1933; D 23239; Theron Orr, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4602 

Sun behind the moon ; a play in 3 
acts, by W. Kortum. © 1 c. July 
20, 1933 ; D 23429 ; William Kortum, 
Ridgefield Park, N. J. 4603 

Swift and lark ; a Play, by M. E. L. 
Newsome. © 1 c. June 28, 1933 ; D 
23395; Mary Erne Lee Newsome, 
Wilberforce, O. 4604 

Symphony (The) in mud; a play in 
3 acts, by B. Schwartz. © 1 c. 
July 31, 1933; D 23603; Ben 
Schwartz, St. Louis. 4605 

Take the air ; a comedy satire with 
music in 2 acts, by F. Ravanel and 
A. Oboler. Text. © 1 c. July 10. 
1933; D 233S0; Florence Ravanel 
and Archie Oboler, Chicago. 4606 

Taie (The) of Tern Kitten; dramatic 
version by E. Bowman, story by 
Beatrix Potter. © 1 c. July 25. 
1933; D 23508; Eleanor Bowman. 
Trenton, N. J. 4607 

Tale (The) of two bad mice; dramatic 
version by E. Bowman, story by 
Beatrix Better. © 1 c. July 25, 
1933; D 23507; Eleanor Bowman. 
Trenton, N. J. 4608 

Talkie picture time; a series of radio 
sketches, by B. E. Ryder. June 20, 
1933. The house of terror. © 1 c. 
July 3, 1933; D 23192; Ceorles P. 
Hughes productions, inc., Chicago. 



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4631 



June 27, 1933. Completely 

at sea. © 1 c. July 3, 1933; D 
23194 ; Chas. P. Hughes productions, 
inc., Chicago. 4610 

July 11, 1933. Bitter wine. 

© 1 c. July 19, 1933; D 23423; 
Charles P. Hughes productions, inc., 
Chicago. 4611 

Tar (The) brush; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Bennett. © 1 c. July 24, 1933; 
D 23489; Richard Bennett, Santa 
Monica, Calif. . 4612 

Tenth (The) muse ; a comedy in 3 
acis. by Pierre Coalfleet [pseud, of] 
F. C. Davison. © 1 c. July 18, 
1933; D 23390; Frank C. Davison, 
Paris. 4613 

Texas trail blazers ; radio audition 
program, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Episode 1. Sam Houston. © 1 c. 
July 28, 1933; D 23578; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 4614 

Episode 2. Cynthia Ann 

Parker. © 1 c. July 28, 1933; D 
23579 ; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 4615 

Theatre ; avec une preface inedite 
[par] Henri Duvernois. Paris 
[1933] 290, [1] p. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — Jeanne. — La fugue. — Cceur. 
© Apr. 10, 1933 ; 1 c. June 15 ; A— 
Foreign 21178; Editions Excelsior, 
Paris. 4615* 

[t. 4] [par] Denys Amiel. 

Paris [1933] 284 p. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — L'age du fer. — Decalage. © 
May 17, 1933; 1 c. June 24; A— 
Foreign 21363; Albin Michel, Paris. 

4615** 

There's wisdom in women ; a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by J. O. Kesselring. 
© 1 c. July 6, 1933; D 23347: 
Joseph O. Kesselring, New York. 

4616 

Thespian summer ; or, Willy Nilly, 
comedy in 3 acts, by Harrison Dowd 
[i. e. F. H. Dowd] © 1 c. Apr. 25, 
1933; D 23520; Frank Harrison 
Dowd, Madison, Conn. 4617 

This man's town ; a play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by M. Blackmore. © 1 c. 
July 17, 1933; D 23354; Madeline 
Blackmore, Los Angeles. 4618 

Three plays and a plaything; by 
Stephen King-Hall. [London] Ivor 
Nicholson & Watson, ltd, 1933. xi, 
273 p. 12 mo. Contents.— The re- 
publican-princess. — The second gen- 
eration. — B. J. One. — Posterity. © 



Apr. 21, 1933 ; 1 c. June 17 ; D 23370 ; 
Stephen King-Hall, Headley, Hants, 
England. 4619 

Thru his hat ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. Lee Shanaphy [i. e. J. L. A. 
Shanaphy] © 1 c. July 7, 1933; D 
23243 ; John Leo Anthony Shanaphy, 
Jersey City. 4620 

Thumb tours ; Episode 1, a series of 

comedies for radio broadcasting, by 

A. W. Rea. © 1 c. July 25, 1933 ; D 

23506 ; A. W. Rea, Upper Darby, Pa. 

4621 

Tiffins (The) of Teterborough — Series 
one; a radio play in 6 episodes, by 
Georgia Haswell Fawcett [pseud, of 
M. G. Fawcett] and Garrison K. 
Rumford [pseud, of K. Moses] © 1 
c. June 23, 1933 ; D 23447 ; Margaret 
Gilbert Fawcett and Kingsley Moses, 
Nantucket, Mass. 4622 

Tina Mina ; Episodes 1-3, a series of 
radio sketches, by H. W. Danzig 
and D. E. Mayer. © 1 c. June 26, 
July 17, 1933 ; D 23517-23519 ; Helen 
W. Danzig and Dorothy E. Mayer, 
New York. 4623-3625 

To my husband ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by W. H. Fulham. © 1 c. July 24, 
1933 ; D 23497 ; William Henry Ful- 
ham, New Orleans. 4626 

Tonight at nine ; a comedy with songs 
in 2 acts, by Barre Dunbar [pseud, 
of W. L. Dunbar] After a play of 
Rudolph Lothar's. Text. © 1 c. 
July 31, 1933 ; D 23599 ; Wm. Lewis 
Dunbar, New York. 4627 

Trading (The) post tragedy. See 
Stories from Poland Spring. 

Troubled waters ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by Dorothy and Miriam Weiler. © 
lc. July 22, 1933; D 23485; Doro- 
thy H. Weiler and Miriam Weiler, 
New York. 4628 

Truth (The) ; a drama from life in 4 
acts, by Abraham J. Glickman. 
Boston, The Christopher publishing 
house [1933] 160 p. 12 mo. © June 
12, 1933; 2 c. July 1: D 23550; 
Abraham J. Glickman, Dorchester, 
Mass. 4629 

Tumble clown farm ; a melodrama in 3 
acts, by B. Jennings. © 1 c. July 
19, 1933 ; D 23391 ; Blosser Jennings, 
West Allis, Milwaukee. 4630 

Turnstile ; a play in 3 acts and a pro- 
logue, by Verne Jay. © 1 c. July 
28, 1933; D 23577: Verne Roosevelt 
Jay. Taniworth, N.H. 4631 



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Tuzniadar. (L'oiseau de feue) See 
Cette nuit-la . . . 

Twilight ; a play in 3 acts, by L. Solo- 
mon. © 1 c. July 27, 1933 ; D 23572 ; 
Louis Solomon, New York. 4632 

Two weeks; a cross-section in 3 acts, 

by G. B. Dowell. © 1 c. July 8. 

1933; D 23250; George Brendan 

Dowell, New York. 4633 

Ugly (The) duckling; a play by A. C. 
D. Riley, after Hans Christian An- 
dersen. © 1 c. July 21, 1933; D 
23475: Alice C. D. Riley, Pasadena. 
4634 

Uncle Remus stories. See Uncle Re- 
mus's creaturs. 

Uncle Remus's creaturs ; a dramatiza- 
tion in 8 scenes of Joel Chandler 
Harris's Uncle Remus stories, dra- 
matization, by Roddey Miller. © 1 
c. July 11, 1933; D 23275; Esther 
La Rose Harris, Atlanta. 4635 

Under Jemimah ; a 1-act play, by M. E. 
L. Newsonie. © 1 c. June 28, 1933 ; 
1 1 23398 : Mary Effie Lee Newsome, 
Wilberforce, O. 4636 

Undiscover'd (The) country; a specu- 
lation in 3 acts, with prologue and 
epilogue, by Joseph Breckenridge 
[pseud, of J. Vaughev] © 1 c. 
July 6, 1933; D 23228; Joseph 
Vaughey, Denver. 4637 

Unicorn (The) ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by D. M. Coxe. © 1 c. July 14, 
1933; D 23328; Daniel M. Coxe, 
Santa Barbara, Calif. 4638 

Unwelcome (The) guest; a satirical 
farce in 1 act, written and tr. from 
the German, by F. Najork. (Dream 
faces, no. 2) © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1933; 
D 23539 ; Fritz Najork, Munich. 

4639 

Ursula Muggins ; no. 1, The black 
pearl, a radio script, by Juanita Aus- 
tin and Evelyn Heyman. © 1 c. 
July 15, 1933; D 23342; Ruth Aus- 
tin, Philadelphia. 4640 

Valentin le desosse ; comedie inedite 
en 4 actes, de Claude-Andre Puget. 
( [In Les CEuvres libres, no. 141] ) 
© Mar. 1, 1933; 1 c. July 18; D 
23427 ; Claude-Andre Puget, Paris. 

4641 

Valley Forge. See Dramas in twenty 
volumes. 

Violin (The) maker of Cremona; a 
play in 1 act, adapted from the ver- 
sion of Francois Coppee [by Paul 



Moffett. pseud, of Jean Lee Latham] 
Chicago [1033] 29 p. diagrs. 12mo. 
© June 29, 1933; 2 c. July 1; D 
23181 ;. Dramatic pub. CO., Chicago. 
4642 

War lord. See First nighter. 

We all ; a comedy in 3 acts, by C. Lean. 
© 1 c. July 5, 1933; D 23206; CecU 
Lean, Georges Mills, N. H. 4<">i:; 

Wedding (The) : a plav by G. S. 
Weber. © 1 c. July 28, 1933; D 
23587; Gilbert S. Weber. Philadel- 
phia. 4044 

West end avenue ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by S. Sandberg. © 1 c. July 0, 
1933 ; D 23222 ; Sara Sandberg, New 
York. 4645 

What difference does it make ; a prohi- 
bition play, by Mrs. Ervine Inglis 
•Li. e. L. O. Inglis]. 1933. 1 v. 8vo. 
© June 16, 1933; 2 c. June 23; 
D 23553; Laura Olds Inglis. Lincoln, 
Neb. 4646 

What price America? a farce in 1 act, 
by Wilbur S. Tupper. New York 
[1933] 22 p. 12mo. © June 30, 
1933; 2 c. July 6; D 23216; Fitz- 
gerald pub. corp., New York. 4047 

While Sequoias watched ; a history in 
a prologue and 3 acts, by L. Stone. 
© 1 c. June 17, 1933; D 23384; 
Lloyd Stone, Lindsay. Calif. 4648 

White heat ; a melodrama in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by C. Tyler. © 1 
c. July 22, 1933 ; D 23482 ; Converse 
Tyler, Milford, Pa. 4649 

White (The) horse inn; a play in 3 
acts, by Hans Muller, with music 
by Ralph Benatzky and Robert 
Stolz. English adaptation of the 
German play Im Weissen rossl. 
English book and lyrics by Harry 
Graham, additional numbers by Rob- 
ert Stolz. Text. © 1 c. July 25, 
1933; D 23509; Coliseum syndicate, 
ltd., London. 4650 

Whither are we going: a play in 3. 

acts, by F. Wright. © 1 c. July 15, 

1933; D 23343; Fannie Wright. 

Brooklyn. 4651 

Widow's third. See Dramas in twenty 

volumes. 

Wild (The) bird; a radio operetta in 
4 periods, book by V. Radcliffe. Text. 
© 1 c. July 27, 1933 ; D 23568 ; Ver- 
non Radcliffe, Pelham Manor, N.Y. 
4652 

Willy Nilly. See Thespian summer. 



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Wilson ; a dramatic, musical play in 
3 acts, and an interlude, book by 
Winslow Brooks [i. e. H. W. 
Brooks] lyrics by Winslow Brooks 
and Lindsay-Oliver [i. e. Mary Lind- 
say-Oliver] Text. © 1 c. July 8, 
1933; D 23302; Henry Winslow 
Brooks, New York. 4653 

Wind (The) and Lady Moon; a little 
story-play story, by Emma Sheri- 
dan Fry. © 1 c. May 19, 1933; D 
23528 ; Livingston-Fry, New York. 

4654 

Witch's (The) tale ; Episodes 93-98, 
100-109, a series of radio sketches, 
by A. D. Cole. © 1 c. July 27, 1933 ; 
D 23573; Alonzo Deen Cole, Rye, 
N. Y. 4655 

With Mrs. Santa Claus over the radio ; 
nos. 1-13, a series of radio sketches, 
by D. L. Sumerau. © 1 c. each 
June 30, 1933 ; D 23401-23413 ; Doro- 
thy Lehman Sumerau, Augusta, Ga. 
4656^1668 

Wooden (The) prince; a play by F. 
J. Hill. © 1 c. June 27, 1933; D 
23375; Frederick James Hill, Pasa- 
dena. 4669 

Woodsmoke ; Episodes 1-4, a series of 
radio sketches, by C. V. Knox. © 1 



c. July 5, 1933; D 23202; Charles 
Victor Knox, Chicago. 4670 

Words and music by Pierrot ; a play in 
1 act, by A. E. Peterson. © 1 c. 
July 18, 1933 ; D 23393 ; Agnes Erne- 
lie Peterson, Pasadena. 4671 

Workahoe (The) garden club; a play- 
let in 2 scenes, by Mrs. Louis B. 
Mason [i. e. I. M. Mason] © 1 c 
July 24, 1933; D 23500; Ida M. 
Mason, New York. 4672 

World's (The) all right; a community 
jubilee — something different, a show 
set to music. (Coach's manuscript) 
[by W. T. Stewart, R. R. Stewart 
and Wayne Allen] Rev. ed. 48 
numb. 1. 4to. Text. © June 20, 
1933; 2 c. and aff. July 17; AA 
124622 ; Universal producing co., 
Fairfield, la. 4673 

Wren door; a 1-act play, by M. E. L. 
Newsome. © 1 c. June 28, 1933 ; D 
23397; Mary Effie Lee Newsome, 
Wilberforce, O. 4674 

Young Ulysses ; a play in 10 scenes, 
by R. Savery and W. J. Plunkert. 
© 1 c. July 17, 1933; D 23359; 
Ranald Savery and Wm. J. Plunk- 
ert, New York. 4675 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalogue since 
Jan. 1, 1933 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 3,134 unpublished) 3,472 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages 211 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 54 unpublished) 80 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages 33 

Total 1 3,796 



213 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 
1909 [4675 



Henry the Fifth (Shakespeare's his- 
tory of King) ; edited with intro- 
duction and notes, by R. H. Bowles. 
© Ralph H. Bowles, Glen Ridge, N. 
J., as the author. R 25949, June 22. 
1933. 1 



Student (The) king; a comic opera in 
3 acts, by 1 Fred C. Ranken and 
Stanislaus Stange, music by Regi- 
nald De Koven. [Libretto only] © 
Cora G. Ranken Woodworth, Berke- 
ley, Calif., as the widow of one of 
the authors. R 26212, July 7, 1933. 

2 



214 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Any way to get there, 
podge. 



Hodge 



Attack (The) See Phantom (The) 
of the air. 

Audition (The) ; no. 1494, directed by 
Roy Mack. Reel. © July 3, 1933; 
2 c. and description July 5 ; L 3987 ; 
Vitaphone corp, New York. 4676 

Baby Face; story by Mark Canfield, 
screen play by Gene Markey & Kath- 
ryn Scola, directed by Alfred E. 
Green. 8 reels. © July 16, 1933; 
2 c. and description July 19 ; L 
4019 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 4677 

Banker's (The) daughter; by Frank 
Moser and Paul Terry. Reel. © 
June 25, 1933; 2 c. and description 
July 5; M 4146; Moser & Terry, 
New York. 4678 

Barber (The) shop; story by W. C. 
Fields, directed by Arthur Ripley. 
2 reels. © July 28, 1933 ; 2 c. July 
27; description July 28; L 4038; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4679 

Bed of roses ; by Wanda Tuchock, dia- 
logue by Gregory La Cava & Eugene 
Thackrey, directed by Gregory La 
Cava. 7 reels. © July 6, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description July 27; L 4036; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
4680 

Beneath our feet; biological super- 
vision by Stacy Woodard, narrator 
Gayne Whitman. (The Battle for 
life series) Reel. © June 25, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description July 13; M 
4157; Stacy R. Woodard, Universal 
City, Calif. 4681 

Big (The) fibber; directed by George 
Marshall. 2 reels. © July 14, 1933 ; 
2 c. July 13 ; description July 14 ; 
L 4008 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif 4682 

Black-stemmed cherries. See Storm 
at daybreak. 



Captured; based on the story Fellow 
prisoners by Sir Philip Gibbs, screen 
play by Edward Chodorov, directed 
by Roy Del Ruth. 8 reels. © July 
25, 1933 ; 2 c. and description July 
25; L 4034; Warner bros. pictures, 
inc., New York. 4683 

Chinaman's (A) chance (A flip the 
frog cartoon) Reel. © June 27, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description July 5 ; 
M 4147 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp.. 
New York. 4684 

Confidence. (An Oswald comedy) 
Reel. © July 28, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 29; M 4188; Univer- 
sal pictures corp., New York. 4685 

Constant (The) woman; from the 
play Recklessness by Eugene 
O'Neill, adaptation by F. Hugh Her- 
bert, screen play by Warren Duff, 
directed by Victor Schertzinger. 8 
reels. © Mar. 18, 1933; 2 c. and 
description July 6; L 3990; KBS 
productions, inc., New York. 4686 

Costumes of the world ; edited by Bert 
Frank. (No. 11 of World adven- 
tures) Reel. © July 24, 1933; 2 c. 
and description July 24; M 4172; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 4687 

Cougar's (The) mistake; narrated by 
Felix Adler. Reel. © May 28, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description July 5 ; 
L 3985; Pat Dowling, Hollywood, 
Calif. 4688 

Crashing the gate; no. 1533-34, story 
by A. Dorian Otvos and Burnet Her- 
shey, directed by Joseph Henabery. 
2 reels. © July 3, 1933 ; 2 c. and 
description July 5; L 3989; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 4689 

Customer's girl. See She had to say 
yes. 

Devil's (The) in love; from a story 
by Harry Hervey, screen play by 
Howard Estabrook, directed by Wil- 
helm Dieterle. 7 reels. © July 10, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description July 21 ; 
L 4025 ; Fox film Corp., New York. 



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4691 



pt. I, n. s., v. 6 



Disgraced ; from a story by Alice D. 
G. Miller, screen play by Alice D. 
G. Miller and Francis Martin, di- 
rected by Erie C. Kenton. 7 reels. 
© July 7, 1933 ; 2 c. July 6 ; descrip- 
tion July 7 ; L 3997 ; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

4691 

Don't bet on love; screen play by Mur- 
ray Roth, Howard E. Rogers and 
Ben Ryan, directed by Murray Rotb. 
7 reels. © July 5, 1933 ; 2 c. July 
1; description July 6; L 3991; Uni- 
versal pictures corp., New York. 

4692 

Double-crossing (The) of Columbus; 
no. 1527-28, story and songs by Cliff 
Hess & Jack Henley, directed by 
Joseph Henabery. 2 reels. © July 
18, 1933; 2 c. and description July 
20; L 4023; Vitaphone Corp., New 
York. 4693 

Down by the old mill stream ; ani- 
mated by Willard Bowsky and Wil- 
liam Sturm, directed by Dave Fleis- 
cher. Reel. © July 21. 1933; 2 c. 
July 20; description July 21; M 
4167; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 4694 

F. P. 1 ; screen play by Walter Reisch 
and Kurt Siodmak, directed by Karl 
Hartl. 9 reels. © June 29, 1933; 
2 c. and description July 18; L 
4017; Fox film corp., New York. 

4695 

Fellow prisoners. See Captured. 

Fiddlin' (The) buckaroo : original 
screen play, continuity & dialogue 
by Nate Gatzert, directed by Ken 
Maynard. 7 reels. © July 14, 1933 ; 
- c. July 18 ; description July 17 ; 
L 4015 ; Universal pictures corp.. 
New Y T ork. 4696 

Fontaine Fox's cartoon. See Mickey's 
disguises. 

Gambling ship ; from an original story 
by Peter Ruric. adapted by Claude 
Binyon, directed by Louis Gasnier 
and Max Marcin. 8 reels. © June 
29, 1933; 2 c. June 29; description 
July 3 ; L 3983 ; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 4697 

Gleason's new deal ; story by W. P. 
Hackney and James W. Home, di- 
rected by James W. Home. 2 reels. 
© July 5, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
July 7; L 3998; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 4698 



Goofytone newsreel ; no. 1, from orig- 
inal sketches by George Frame 
Brown. Reel. © July 14, 1933; 
2 c. July 18; description July 17; 
L 4016 ; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 4699 

Gordon of Ghost City ; chapter 1, A 
Lone hand, suggested by a story by 
Peter B. Kyne, screen play by Ella 
O'Neill, Basil Dickey, George 
Plympton, Het Manheim and Harry 
Hoyt, directed by Ray Taylor. 2 
reels. © July 26, 1933; 2 c. July 
29 ; description July 28 ; L 4041 ; 
Universal pictures corp., New York. 
4700 

Her bodyguard ; from a story by Corey 
Ford, screen play by Ralph Spence 
and Walter De Leon, adapted by 
Frank Partos and Francis Martin, 
directed by William Beaudine. 7 
reels. © July 21. 1933; 2 c. Julv 
20; description July 21; L 4026; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4701 

Hodge podge ; no. 109, Any way to get 
there. Reel. © July 19, 1933 ; 2 c. 
July 19 ; description July 21 ; M 
4166 ; Lyman H. Howe films co., inc., 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 4702 

Hold your man ; screen play by Anita 
Loos and Howard Emmett Rogers 
from a story by Anita Loos, a Sam 
Wood production. 9 reels. © June 
22, 1933; 2 c. and description June 
30; L 3980; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp., New York. 4703 

Hollywood on parade; produced by 
Louis Lewyn. 1 reel each. 

4704, 4705 
No. A 13. © July 28, 1933: 2 o. 

July 27 ; description July 28 ; M 

4185 : Paramount productions, inc., 

Hollywood, Calif. 
No. 12. © June 29. 1933 : 2 c. June 

29 ; description July 3 : L 3984 ; 

Paramount productions, inc.. New 

York. 

Honesty pays, but not much ; story by 
Tom Howard, dialogue staged by 
Max E Hayes, directed by Aubrev 
Scotto. Reel. © June 4. 1933; 2 c. 
and description July 24 : L 4032 ; 
tarry Kent productions, inc., New 
York. 4706 

Honeymoon heaven, Honolulu ; by 
Deane H. Dickason. (Port o' call 
series) Reel. © Feb. 1, 1931; 2 c. 
July 22, 1933; description July 7; 
M 4169; Imperial distributing corp., 
New York. 4707 



216 



MOTION PICTURES 



1933 



4725 



Hot hoofs; story and dialogue by Er- 
nest Pagano and Ewart Adamson. 
directed by Harry J. Edwards. 2 
reels. © June 18, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 30; L 3978; Educa- 
tional films corp. of America, New 
York. 4708 

How'-ve you bean?; no. 1525-26, story 
by Jack Henley and Glen Lambert, 
directed by Alf Goulding. 2 reels. 
© July 3, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion July 5; L 3988; Vitapbone 
Corp., New York. 4709 

Husband's reunion ; directed by George 
Marshall. 2 reels. © July 7, 1933 ; 
2 c. July 6; description July 7; L 
3996: Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 4710 

I cover the waterfront ; based on the 
book by Max Miller, screen play by 
Wells Root, additional dialogue by 
Jack Jevne, directed by James 
Cruze. 8 reels. © June 9, 1933; 
2 c. and description July 8 ; L 4000 ; 
United artists corp., New York. 

4711 

In the enemy's hands. See Phantom 
(The) of the air. 

Jazz a la Cuba. Reel. © July 7, 
1933 ; 2 c July 6 ; description July 
7; M 4152; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 4712 

Kid' n' Hollywood ; directed by Charles 
Lamont. (A Jack Hays, Baby 
burlesk) Reel. © May 14, 1933; 
2 c. and description July 5 ; L 3986 ; 
Educational films corp. of America, 
New York. 4713 

King Zilch ; by Frank Moser and Paul 
Terry. Reel. © June 11, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description July 24 ; M 4171 ; 
Moser & Terry, New York. 4714 

Knight duty ; story by Dean Ward and 
William Watson, directed by Arvid 
E. Gillstrom. 2 reels. © May 7, 
1933; 2 c. and description July 10; 
L. 4001 ; Educational films corp. of 
America, New York. 4715 

Krazy Kat in antique antics; ani- 
mated by Al Eugster and Preston 
Blair, adapted from Geo. /Herri- 
man's cartoon character, by Ben 
Harrison and Manny Gould, a 
Charles Mintz production. Reel. © 
June 19, 1933 ; 2 c. June 19 ; descrip- 
tion July 3; M 4144; Screen gems, 
inc., Los Angeles. 4716 

Liebling (Der) Von Wien ; scenario by 
Walter Reisch, directed by Geza von 
Bolvary. 9 reels. © Dec. 19, 1930 ; 



1 c. July 1, 1933 ; description July 
7; L 3993; European films corp., 
New York. 4717 

Life in the raw ; screen play by Stuart 
Anthony, directed by Louis King. 7 
reels. © June 26, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 10 ; L 4003 ; Fox film 
Corp., New York. 4718 

Lone (A) hand. See Gordon of Ghost 
City. 

Loose relations ; story and dialogue by 
Ernest Pagano and Ewart Adam- 
son, directed by Harry J. Edwards. 

2 reels. © June 11, 1933 ; 2 c and 
description July 17, 1933; L 4013; 
Educational films corp. of America, 
New York. 4719 

Love's memorial, Agra, India ; by 
Deane H. Dickason. (Port o' call 
series) Reel. © July 1, 1933; 2 c. 
July 22; description, July 7; M 
4170 ; Imperial distributing corp., 
New York. 4720 

McGill; story by Millard Gibson & 
Gar O'Neil, narration by Graham 
McNamee, directed by Aubrey Scot- 
to. (The Spirit of the campus) 
Reel. © May 28, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 31; M 4189; Larry 
Kent productions, inc., New York. 

4721 

Mama loves papa ; from a story by 
Keene Thompson and Douglas Mac- 
Lean, screen play by Nunnally 
Johnson and Arthur Kober, directed 
by Norman McLeod. 7 reels. © 
July 28, 1933; 2 c. July 27; de- 
scription July 28; L 4037; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4722 

Man (The) from Monterey; scx-een 
play and dialogue by Lesley Ma- 
son, directed by Mack V. Wright. 6 
reels. © June 10, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 11; L 4004; Vita- 
graph, inc., New York. 4723 

Man of the forest; from an original 
story by Zane Grey, screen play by 
Jack Cunningham and Harold Shu- 
mate, directed by Henry Hathaway. 
7 reels. © July 14, 1933 ; 2 c. July 
13; description July 14; L 4009; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4724 

Man (The) who dared; an original 
screen play by Dudley Nichols and 
Lamar Trotti, directed by Hamilton 
MacFadden. 8 reels. © June 30, 
1933; 2 c. and description July 11; 
L 4005; Fox film Corp., New York. 
4725 



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4726 



pt. i, n. s., v. 6 



Mary Stevens. M. D. ; based on the 
story by Virginia Kellogg, screen 
play by Rian James and Robert 
Lord, directed by Lloyd Bacon. 8 
reels. © June 12, 1933; 2 c. and 
description July 12; L 4006: War- 
ner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 
4726 

Mayor (The) of hell; based on a story 
by Islin Auster, screen play by Ed- 
ward Chodorov, directed by Archie 
Mayo. 9 reels. © July 1, 1933 ; 2 
c. and description July 3 ; L 3982 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 4727 

Mickey's disguises ; from Fontaine 
Fox's cartoon, story by Joseph Lev- 
ering and Hal Davitt, directed by J. 
A. Duffy. 2 reels. © July 17. 1933 ; 
2 c. and description July 17 ; L 
4014 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 4728 

Midnight club; story by E. Phillips 
Oppenheim, screen play by Seton I. 
Miller and Leslie Charteris, directed 
by Alexander Hall and George 
Somnes. 7 reels. © July 28, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description July 28 ; L 
4040; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 4729 

Midnight Mary ; original story by Ani- 
ta Loos, screen play by Gene 
Markey and Kathryn Scola, directed 
by William Wellman. 8 reels. © 
June 23, 1933; 2 c. and description 
June 30; L 3979; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer Corp., New York. 4730 

Moonlight and pretzels; story by 
Monte Brice, Arthur Jarrett. screen 
play by Monte Brice and Sig Her- 
zig, directed by Karl Freund. 9 
reels. © July 27. 1933; 2 c. July 
31; description July 28, L 4042; 
Universal pictures Corp., New York. 
4731 

Narrow (The) corner; based on the 
story by W. Somerset Maugham, 
screen play by Robert Presnell, di- 
rected by Alfred E. Green. 8 reels. 
© July 14, 1933 ; 2c. and description 
July 19; L 4018; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 4732 

Nertsery rhymes; directed by Jack 
Cummings. 2 reels. © July 15, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description July 24 ; 
L 4028; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 
New York. 4733 

Old (The) timers; story by Sig Her- 
zig, directed by Monte Brice. 2 
reels. © July 6, 1933 ; 2 c. July 15 ; 



description July 7 ; L 4011 ; Uni- 
versal pictures Corp., New York. 

4734 

Pair (A) of socks; story and dialogue 
by Ernest Pagano and Ewart Adam- 
son, directed by Charles Lamont. 2 
reels. © May 14, 1933; 2 c. and 
description July 24; L 4030; Edu- 
cational films corp. of America. New- 
York. 4735 

Paramount pictorial ; no. 13. Reel. © 
July 14, 1933; 2 c. July 13; descrip- 
tion July 14; M 4l<ii ; Paramount 
productions, inc.. Hollywood, Calif. 
4736 

Paramount sound news; no. 89-96. 1 
reel each. © June 10, 14. 17. 21. 
24, 28, July 1. 4. 1933 : 2 c. and de- 
scription each July 27 : M 4177- 
4184 ; Paramount productions, inc.. 
Hollywood, Calif. 4737-4744 

Pathe news. 1 reel each. © Pathe 
news, inc.. New York. 4745-4752 
No. 89, 90. © June 3, 7, 1933 ; 2 c. 

and description each July 10; M 

4155, 4156. 
No. 91, 92. © June 10, 14, 1933 : 2 c. 

and description each July 13; M 

4158, 4159. 
No. 93, 94. © June 17. 21. 1938; 

2 c. and description each July 20; 

M 4104. 4165. 
No. 95, 96. © June 24, 28, 1933; 

2 c. and description each July 27 ; 

M 4175, 4176. 

Phantom (The) of the air; story and 
dialogue by Ella O'Neill, screen play 
by Basil Dickey and George Plymp- 
ton, directed by Ray Taylor. 2 reels 
each. © Universal pictures Corp.. 
New York. 4753-4756 

Chapter 9, The Attack. © July 5, 

1933 ; 2 c. July 5 ; description July 

7 ; L 3992. 

Chapter 10. The Runaway plane. © 
July 13, 1933; 2 c. July 11: de- 
scription July 14; L 4010. 

Chapter 11, In the enemys hands. 
© July 20, 1933; 2 c. July 20; 
description July 21; L 4027. 

Chapter 12, Safe landing. © July 
25, 1933; 2 c. July 25; descrip- 
tion July 26; L 4035. 

Pin feathers ; cartoon animated and di- 
rected by Walter Lantz and William 
Nolan. Reel. © July 5, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description July 7 ; M 4153 : Uni- 
versal pictures corp., New York. 

4757 



218 



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no. 7, 1933 



4779 



Popeye the sailor; animated by Sey- 
mour Kneitel and Roland Crandall, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. Reel. 
© July 14, 1933; 2 c. July 13; de- 
scription July 14; M 4160; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4758 

Private detective 62; based on a story 
by Raoul Whitfield, screen play by 
Rian James, directed by Michael 
Curtiz. 8 reels. © July 20, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description July 20 ; L 4021 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 4759 

Recklessness. See Constant (The) 
woman. 

Runaway (The) plane. See Phantom 
(The) of the air. 



Phantom (The) of 



Safe landing, 
the air. 

Say it isn't so ; story by Richy Craig 
jr., directed by Ralph Staub. 2 
reels. © July 5, 1933 ; 2 c. July 3 ; 
description July 7 ; L 3995 ; Colum- 
bia pictures corp., New York. 4760 

Screen souvenirs ; no. 13. Reel. © 
July 7, 1933; 2 c. July 6; descrip- 
tion July 7 ; M 4151 ; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 
4761 

Secret of the blue room ; story by 
Erich Philippi, screen play by Wil- 
liam Hurlbut, directed by Kurt Neu- 
man. 7 reels. © July 14, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description July 17; L 4012; 
Universal pictures Corp., New York. 
4762 

She had to say yes ; based on the story 
Customer's girl by John Francis 
Larkin, screen play by Rian James 
& Don Mullaly, directed by Busby 
Berkeley and George Amy. 7 reels. 
© July 17, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion July 19; L 4020; First national 
pictures, inc., New York. 4763 

Sing, sisters, sing ! ; animated by 
Bernard Wolf and David Tendlar, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. Reel. 
© June 29, 1933; 2 c. June 29; 
description July 3 ; M 4145 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., New York. 
4764 

Storm at daybreak ; based on the play 
Black-stemmed cherries by Sandor 
Hunyady, screen play by Bertram 
Millhauser, directed by Richard 
Boleslavsky. 8 reels. © July 6, 



1933; 2 c. and description July 10; 
L 4002 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 4765 

Strait shooters. (Sports-eye-view) 
Reel. © July 21, 1933 ; 2 c. July 20; 
description July 21; M 4168; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4766 

Strange as it seems ; no. 30, by John 
Hix, produced by Manny Nathan 
and Jerry Fairbanks. Reel. © July 
6, 1933; 2 c. and description July 
7 ; L 3999 ; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 4767 

Stranger's (The) return; from the 
novel by Phil Stong, screen play by 
Brown Holmes and Phil Stong. 9 
reels. © July 18, 1933; 2 c. and 
description July 24; L 4029; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

4768 

Stuck stuck stucco ; no. 1396, story by 
Glen Lambert & Jack Henley, di- 
rected by Alf Goulding. Reel. © 
July 19, 1933; 2 c. and description 
July 20; L 4022; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 4769 

Tied for life ; story by Dean Ward & 
Vernon Dent, directed by Arvid E. 
Gillstrom. 2 reels. © July 2, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description July 21 ; L 4024 ; 
Educational films corp. of America, 
New York. 4770 

Torchy stories. See Torchy's loud 
spooker. 

Torchy's loud spooker ; from the 
famous Torchy stories by Sewell 
Ford, continuity and dialogue by 
George Jeske, additional dialogue by 
Edward K. O'Brien, directed by C. C. 
Burr. 2 reels. © June 25, 1933; 
2 c. and description July 24 ; L 4033 ; 
Burr comedies, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4771 

Universal newspaper newsreel. 1 reel 
each. © Universal film exchanges, 
inc., New York. 4772^779 

No. 144, 145. © May 12, 16, 1933; 

2 c. each July 6; description each 

June 30 ; M 4148, 4149. 
No. 146, 147. © May 19, 23 ; 1933 ; 

2 c. and description each July 15 ; 

M 4162, 4163. 
No. 148, 149. © May 26, 30; 1933; 

2 c. and description each July 24 ; 

M 4173, 4174. 
No. 150, 151. © June 2, 6, 1933; 2 

c. each July 28; description each 

July 26; M 4186, 4187. 



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4780 



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pt. I. 1 



v. 6, no. 7, 1933 



Voltaire; based on the novel by George 
Gibbs & Lawrence Dudley, screen 
play by Paul Green & Maude T. 
Howell, directed by John G. Adolfi. 
8 reels. © July 24, 1933; 2 c. and 
description July 24 ; L 4031 : Warner 
bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 4780 

Warren Doane's brevities ; directed by 
James W. Home. 2 reels. © July 
25. 1933; 2 c. July 26; description 
July 28; L 4039; Universal pictures 
Corp.. New York. 4781 

When ladies meet ; based on the play 
by Rachel Crothers, screen play by 
John Meehan and Leon Gordon, di- 
rected by Harry Beaumont. 9 reels. 
© June 9, 1933; 2 c. and description 
June 30; L 3981; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 4782 



World's greatest thrills: prepared for 
the screen by Allyn Butterfield. 
Reel. © July 5, 1933 : 2 c. July 1 : 
description July 7: M 41 50; l' n i- 
serval pictures Corp., New York. 

47s:: 

World's (The) heavyweight champion- 
ship boxing contest : [between] Jack 
Sharkey, world's champion and 
Primo Camera, of Italy, produced 
under the personal supervision of 
Jack Rieger. © title, description 
and 17 prints, reed. July 7. VX\:-, ; M 
4154 ; Sporting events, inc., New 
York. 47N4 

Wrecker (The) ; screen play by Jo 
Swerling, directed by Albert Rogell. 
8 reels. © July 11. 1933; 2 c. July 
10; description July 14; L 4007; 
Columbia pictures corp., New York. 
4785 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalogue since Jan. 1, 
1933: 

Motion picture photoplays 522 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 467 

Total 989 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



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OF 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHOBITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGBESS OF MAECH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 190u, AND OF MABCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1933 

VOLUME 6 
No. 8 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1933 



THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, 
Group 3, issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and 
Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made 
in Class " D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, 
arranged alphabetically by title; Class " L," Motion-picture photoplays; and 
Class " M," Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by 
title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies 
with an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " D," Class D, 
Dramatic compositions; "I," Class I, Motion-picture photoplays; and " M," 
Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. " © " implies copyright 
registration of a published work followed by date of publication; "©1 c." 
stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the 
Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and " 2 c." for two copies, 
followed by date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this 
issue immediately following the drama list. 

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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Acts (The) of Saint Peter; a cathe- 
dral festival play, by Gordon Bot- 
toruley. London, Constable & co., 
ltd., 1933. viii, 85 p. 12mo. © 
June 13, 1933 ; 1 c. Aug. 30 ; D 24078 ; 
Gordon Bottomley, Silverdale, near 
Carnforth, England. 4786 

Adams vs. Adams. See Divorce (The) 
specialist. 

Adventure (An) in the dark; a mys- 
tery play in 1 act, by Kenneth 
Llewellyn Price. Cincinnati, O., San 
Francisco, Calif., 1933. 12 p. 12mo. 
© July 25, 1933; 2 c. Aug. 7; D 
23670 ; Banner play bureau, inc., San 
Francisco. 4787 

Adventure (The) of Shoscombe Old 
Place. See Adventure of the aris- 
tocratic model. 

Adventure (The) of the aristocratic 
model; being an original story for 
radio, by Edith Meiser, based on 
The adventure of Shoscombe Old 
Place. (Sherlock Holmes [series] 
no. 90) © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1933; D 
24055 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 4788 

Adventure (The) of the Norwood 
builder. See Corpse (The) in the 
cab. 

Adventure (The) of the poison keg; 
being an original story for radio, by 
Edith Meiser, based on The final 
problem (Sherlock Holmes [se- 
ries] no. 91) © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1933 ; 
D 24056 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 4789 

Adventure of the solitary cyclist. See 
Adventure of the typewritten will. 

Adventure (The) of the typewritten 
will ; being an original story for 
radio, by Edith Meiser, based on the 
Adventure of the solitary cyclist. 
(Sherlock Holmes [series] no. 89) 
© 1 c. Aug. 25, 1933; D 24054; 
McKnight and Jordan, inc., New 
York. 4790 

Adventures of Smith and Jones; Epi- 
sodes 1, 2, a series of sketches, by 
R. J. Rosenbaum. © 1 c. each Aug. 
31, 1933 ; D 24106, 24107 ; Robert J 
Rosenbaum, New York. 4791, 4792 



After the curtain ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by B. Marconnier. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1933; D 24062; Byrne Marconnier, 
New York. 4793 

Ah, wilderness ; a play in 4 acts, by E. 

O'Neill. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1933; D 
23684; Eugene O'Neill, Sea Island 
Beach, Ga. 4794 

Alexander's Christmas eve party ; a 1- 
act play, by S. Yacovelli. © 1 c. 
Aug. 29, 1933; D 24070; Samuel 
Yacovelli, Landisville, N. J. 4795 

Alimony a satirical comedy in 3 acts, 
by M. C Hale. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1933 ; 
D 23895; Margot Case Hale, Cleve- 
land. 4796 

Alladin's [ !] lamp. See Romance 
(The) of engineering. 

Altar-piece ; a play in 1 act, by Em- 
manuel Levy. London. H. F. W. 
Deane & sons The year book press, 
ltd. [1933] 23 p. 16mo. (The 
Year book press series of plays) © 
July 14, 1933 ; 1 c. Aug. 7 ; D 23763 ; 
Emmanuel Levy, Charlton on Med- 
lock, Manchester, England. 4797 

Ambleth ; a tragedy in 5 acts, tr. from 
the Danish of Adam Oehlenschlager, 
by F. S. Bendtsen. © 1 c Aug. 24, 
1933 ; D 23926 ; France S. Bendtsen, 
New York. 4798 

American (An) omnibus; with an in- 
troduction by Carl Van Doren. Gar- 
den City, N. Y., 1933. various pag- 
ings. plates. 8vo. Dramatic con- 
tents. — Children of darkness, a play, 
by Edwin Justus Mayer. © Aug. 2, 
1933 ; 2 c. and aff. Aug. 5; A 64636; 
Doubleday, Doran & co , inc., New 
York. 4798* 

Angels sing at dawn ; a dramatic cycle 
in 2 parts, by E. Lester. © 1 c. 
Aug. 5, 1933 ; D 23665 ; Elliott Les- 
ter, Wyncote, Pa. 4799 

Anna-Marie ; a spy play in 3 acts, a 
prologue and an epilogue, adapted by 
C. Madden and T. Drzewiecka from 
the Polish play Friiulein doktor, by 
Jerzy Tepa. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1933 ; D 
23692; Cecil Madden and T. Drze- 
wiecka, London. 4800 



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4S01 



pt. i, n. 



v. 6 



Anybody's game ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Elizabeth Miele. Boston [1933] 
139 p. diagr. 12 mo. (Baker's 
professional plays) © Aug. 10, 
1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 17 ; D 23821 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 4801 

Auld (The) armchair; a Scottish 
fantasy in 3 acts, by Marget Bruce 
LeCompte [pseud, of Margaret B. 
LeCompte] © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1933; 
D 23891 ; Margaret Bruce LeCompte, 
Brooklyn. 4802 

Aunt Emma sees it through ; a farce 
in 3 acts, by Robert E. Farndon. 
New York [1933] 103 p. 12mo. 
([Playhouse plays]) © Aug. 16. 
1933; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1933; D 23844; 
Fitzgerald pub. Corp., New York. 

4803 

Austrian (The) yellow diamond; a 
radio sketch, by Alice "Ward. (Dia- 
mond dramas) © 1 c. Aug. 24, 
1933; D 23939: Miracle diamonds 
corp., Salt Lake City. 4804 

Automaton (The) ; a 1-aet play, by 
J. M. McLean. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 
1933; D 24050; James Monroe Mc- 
Lean, Convent Station, N. J. 4805 

Babes in the world ; a comedy in 1 
act, by Nella Nagra [pseud, of Erla 
de Faeci Negrati] London, New 
York, 1933. 29 p. diagr. 12hio. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 872]) 
© May 29. 1933; 1 c. June 15; D 
23621 ; Samuel French ltd., London. 
4806 

Babylonia ; a musical extravaganza, by 

Nella Da Silva [i. e. N. Da Silva] 

Text. © 1 c. July 17, 1933; D 

23624 ; Nelly Da Silva, Los Angeles. 

4S07 

Baisers perdus. See His daughter. 

Baker's (A) dozen: thirteen 1-act 
plays, by Sally Elliott Allen. 1930. 
various pagings. 4to. Contents. — 
The conch shell. — The marrying 
kind. — Getaway. — Father. — Patch- 
work. — A house with walls. — Laugh- 
ter. — Dark fear. — Wedding veils. — 
The real romance. — New spring. — • 
The pot of gold. — Merry Christmas ! 
© Feb. 14. 1930 ; 1 c. May 31, 1933 ; 
1 c. July 24, D 23721; Sally Elliott 
Allen, Eugene, Or. 4808 

Bandolero (El) ; a musical comedy of 
old Mexico in 3 acts, book by David 
and Lucile Glidden, music and lyrics 
by David Glidden. © 1 c. Aug. 
11. 1933; D 28499; David Lingo. 
Monrovia, Calif. 4809 



Bank holiday; a satire in 4 acts, with 

prologue and epilogue, by L. Ako- 

piantz. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1933; D 

23616: Levon Akopiantz, New York. 

4810 

Barbarian (The) ; a play in 3 acts, 
with epilogue, based on the life of 
Colonel David Crockett, by H. R. 
Hays. © 1 c. Aug. 28. 1963 ; I) 
24034; Hoffman Reynolds Hays, 
Millbrook, N. Y. 4811 

Be yourself; a farce in 3 acts, by 
J. C. McMullen. New York [1933] 
121 p. diagr. 12mo. ([Playhouse 
plays]) © Aug. 16, 1933; 2 c. Aug. 
17; D 23842; Fitzgerald pub. corp.. 
New York. 4812 

a musical comedy in 2 acts. bonk. 

lyrics, and music by L. Nemersou 
and L. Lowy. © 1 c. July 26. 1933 : 
D 2S490; Larry Lowy. Rockaway 
Beach, L. I.. N. Y., and Lew Nemer- 
son. Brooklyn. 4813 

Ben Franklin: a comedy in 4 acts, by 
Louis Evan Shipman. Boston [1933] 
151 p. 12mo. © July K). 1933; 
■1 e. July 29; D 23864: Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 4S14 

Beware of the confidence man ; Pro- 
gram no. 1. a series of radio 
sketches, by J. S. Hawley III. © 
1 c. Aug. 12, 1933; D 23750: John 
Savage Hawley. III. San Diego. 

1816 

Big boy and sister; Episode 1. She 
wants a coat, a series of radio 
sketches, by E. J. Comvns. © 1 c. 
Aug. 1, 1933: D 23612; E. J. 
Comyns, Los Angeles. 4816 

Bildnis (Das) : drama in 4 akten. von 
Emil Ludwig. © 1 c. Jan. 31. 1933 : 
D 20619; Gustav Kiepenheuer biih- 
nenvertriebs g.m.b.h., Berlin. 4817 

Birds of a feather ; a 1-act comedy 
drama, by E. Stavnow and R. Moul- 
ton. © 1 c. July 28. 1933 : D 1'4047 : 
Evaline Stavnow and Ralph Moul- 
ton, Los Angeles. 4818 

Black (The) alley; a drama in 4 
acts, an episode of the Russian revo- 
lution of 1905, by L. Forem. © 
1 c. Aug. 5, 1933; D 23087 ; Leon 
Forem. Mexico, D. F., Mexico. 4819 

Black cat. Sec Superstition sketches. 

Blue (The) diamond; a radio sketch, 
by Alice Ward. (Diamond dramas) 
© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1933; D 23932 ; 
Miracle diamonds corp.. Salt Lake 
City. 4820 



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HO. 8, 1933 



4840 



Blue plus blue. See Wanted — a lover. 

Bobo's home; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
E. Mandel. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1933 ; D 
23643; Emma Mandel, New York. 

4821 

Bond (The) between; a play in 3 acts, 
by N. Whiteman. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 
1933 ; D 23863 ; Nathaniel Whiteman, 
Philadelphia. 4822 

Borgia's brew ; a tragedy drama in 3 
acts, by Helen Lampe. © 1 c. Aug. 
12, 1933; D 24102; Helen Streeter 
Lampe, New York. 4823 

Bound by freedom ; a 3-act play, by 
E. A. Klepper. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1933 ; 
D 23793; Esther Amalca Klepper, 
New York. 4824 

Boys (The) give a safety pageant; a 
farce in 1 act, by Ethan Armstrong- 
Wright. San Francisco, Calif., Cin- 
cinnati, O., 1933. 16 p. 12mo. © 
July 25, 1933; 2 c. Aug. 7; D 23668; 
Banner play bureau, inc., San Fran- 
cisco. 4825 

Breke o Philippos ton Nathanael. 
See Choma Hellenico. 

Bride (The) of Torozko ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Otto Indig, adapted by T. 
Wilder. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1933; D 
23902; Thornton Wilder, New 
Haven. 4826 

Bridge in three lessons; a comedy in 
3 acts, by E. J. Hochman. © 1 c. 
Aug. 18, 1933; D 23860; Eugene 
Joseph Hochman, Toledo, O. 4827 

Bright (The) flame. See Talkie pic- 
ture time. 

Bug house; a 3-act comedy, by M. 
La Rich and A. Ragosta. © 1 c. 
July 21, 1933; D 23626; Michael 
La Rich, Watertown, Mass., and 
Augustus Ragosta, Revere, Mass. 

4828 

By the waters of Amalon ; a play in 1 

act, by C. T. Ford. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 

. 1933; D 23900; Charles T. Ford, 

Brooklyn. 4829 

By your leave; a play in 3 acts, by 
G. Hurlbut and E. Wells. © 1 c. 
Aug. 29, 1983; D 24075; Gladys 
Hurlbut. Woodstock, N.Y., and 
Emma Wells, Nantucket, Mass. 

4830 

Byron ; a play in 3 acts, by M. Brener. 
© 1 c. Aug. 7, 1933; D 23674; Mar- 
guerite Brener, New York. 4831 



Cactus blossoms; a gypsy love song 
in 2 acts, an operetta, words, lyrics, 
and music by Lajos C. Mark [i.e. 
L. C. Mark] © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1933 ; 
D 28493; Louis C. Mark, Provi- 
dence, R.I. 4832 

Caskets and diamonds ; a radio sketch, 
by George D. Snell, jr. (Diamond 
dramas) © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1933; D 
23929; Miracle diamonds Corp., Salt 
Lake City. 4833 

Cathedral of the saints ; a play with 
prologue, 11 scenes, and epilogue, by 
H. Maloney. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1933; 
D 23740; Helen Maloney, Chicago. 

4834 

Chain (The) gang minstrels; a com- 
plete minstrel show, by Arthur 
LeRoy Kaser. New York [1933] 
80 p. 12mo. © Aug. 28, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 29; D 24076; Fitzgerald pub. 
Corp., New York. 4835 

Chandu, the magician ; Episodes 451- 
500, a series of radio sketches, by 
Harry A. Earnshaw and Vera M. 
Oldham. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1933; D 
24059; Earnshaw-Young, inc., Los 
Angeles. 4836 

Change (A) of air; a play in 8 scenes, 
by E. Crandall. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1933;; D 23744; Edward Crandall. 
New York. 4837 

Cheese champion ; a satire in 3 acts, 
by L. Root. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1933; 
D 23858; Lynn Root, New York. 



Child (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by J. O. 
Pokorny. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1933; D 
23644; Joseph Otto Pokorny; Elm- 
hurst, L.I., N.Y. 4839 

Children of darkness. See American 
(An) omnibus. 

Xoijua kWrjvLKo: ToiirpaKTo bpap-a, [/cat] Bpr?/ce 
6 <$L\iinros ttjv NatfapaoX; p.ov6irpaKTt) 
KU/iwSla, bird Havayioorrj HairariXi.ov. 
Boston, 1933. 2 p. 1., iv, [2], 110 p., 
1 1., [3] p. 8 vo. Contains music. 
Title transliterated: 1. Choma Hel- 
lenico. 2. Breke o Philippos ton 
Nathanael. Title translated: Greek 
soil and Philip finds Nathaniel. 
© June 25, 1933 ; 1 c. July 10 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 5; D 23822; Peter Harris Pa- 
paeliou, Brighton, Mass. 4840 

Christmas cycle. See Good (The) 
Shepherd. 



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4841 



pt. I, n. s., v. 



Cinderella ; acting version in 3 acts 
and a prologue, by K. D. Morse. 
© 1 c. July 26, 1933; D 23671; 
Katharine Duncan Morse, Amhurst, 
Mass. 4841 

City without Jews ; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. Chodorov. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 
1933; D 23946; Edward Chodorov. 
New York. 4842 

College capers; a play in 2 acts, by 
L. Wolff. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1933; D 
23879; Lester Wolff, New York. 

4843 

College matrimony ; a play in 3 acts, 
by O. U. Copeland. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 
1933; D 23826; Opal Ufa Copeland. 
Arkadelphia, Ark. 4844 

Come what may ; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. Baldwin. © 1 c. Aug. 29. 1933 ; 
D 24068; Winnie Baldwin, Jackson 
Heights, N.Y. 4845 

Confine yourself Catherine : musical 
drama, book and lyrics by R. B. 
Egan, music by Harry Tierney. 
.Text. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1933; D 
23724; Raymond Blanning Egan. 
Detroit. 4846 

Connie the co-ed ; Episodes 1-4, a 
series of radio sketches, by G. Mont- 
gomery. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1933; D 
23829; Goodee Montgomery, Free- 
port, L.I., N.Y. 4847 

Corpse in the cab ; an original story 
for radio, by Edith Meiser, based on 
Adventure of the Norwood builder. 
(Sherlock Holmes [series] no.- 92) 
© 1 c. Aug. 25, 1933 ; D 24057 ; Mc- 
Knight and Jordan, inc., New York. 
4848 

Corridor E. See Three occult plays. 

Cousin George; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
N. B. Stephens. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1933 ; D 23818 ; Nan Bagby Stephens, 
Atlanta. 4S49 

Curtain (The) rises; a comedy in 3 
acts, by B. M. Kaye. © 1 c. Aug. 
25, 1933; D 23951; Benj. M. Kaye. 
New York City. 4850 

Dame (Die) auf dem titelblatt; lust- 
spiel in 3 akten, von Arthur Mac- 
Kellington [pseud] und William 
Morryl [pseud]. © 1 c. July 24, 
1933; D 23638; Theaterverlag Otto 
Eirich, g.m.b.h., Vienna. 4851 

Dance among bayonets ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by C. Gottesfeld. © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1933; D 24079; Chune 
Gottesfeld, Brooklyn. 4852 



Dance, my heart; a play in 3 acts, by 
P. Goodman. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1933 ; 
D 23957; Philip Goodman, New 
York. 4853 

Daniel Boone. See Great moments in 
history. 

Darkened (The) light; a play in 3 
acts, by F. Arnoldt and L. Rosenthal. 
© 1 c. July 28, 1933; D 23825; 
Franc Arnoldt and Louis Rosenthal, 
Baltimore. 4854 

David Haruin ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
E. E. Rose, dramatized from the 
novel David Harum, by Edward 
Noyes Westcott. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 
1933; D 24109; Edward E. Rose, 
Fremont, Wis. 4855 

Death holds the prompt book; being 
an original story for radio, by Edith 
Meiser, based on The Musgrave 
ritual. (Sherlock Holmes [series] 
no. 88) © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1933; 
D 24053: McKnight and Jordan, 
inc., New York. 4856 

Death wants company; a melodrama 
in 3 acts, by E. Crooker and M. 
Moore. © 1 c. Aug. 21. 1933; D 
23945; Earle Crooker and McElbert 
Moore, New York. 4857 

Derby day in New Orleans; a play in 
2 acts, by J. T. Hosay and P. W. 
McKenzie. © 1 c. July 22, 1933;- 
D 23828: James Thomas Hosay and 
Paul W McKenzie, New York. 4858 

Determination of Hester Rederick; a 
play with singing and dancing, by 
B. Ellington. Text. © 1 c. July 19, 
1933; D 23682; Bettie Ellington, 
Detroit. 4859 

Deux cafes, deux. See Two coffees, 
two! 

Diagnosis; a play in 7 scenes, by 
Patcher Elwell [pseud, of Charles 
Gebhardt Howell] © 1 c. Aug. 14, 
1933; D 24097; Eleanor Patricia 
Howell, Berkeley, Calif. 4S60 

Diamond smuggler; a radio sketch, by 
Reed Erickson. (Diamond dramas) 
© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1933; D 23940; 
Miracle diamonds Corp., Salt Lake 
City. 4861 

Dispensary ; a play in 3 acts and a 
prologue, by Ethel Barron. © 1 c. 
Aug. 7, 1933; D 23679; Ethel H. 
Barron, Brooklyn. 4862 

Divorce (The) specialist; a series of 
sketches, by Jean Clayton [pseud, of 
R. Weisberg] Adams vs. Adams. 



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no. 8, 1933 



4879 



© 1 c. July 19, 1933; D 23660; Rose 
Weisberg, Chicago. 4863 

Raymond vs. Raymond — in- 
fidelity. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1933; D 
23776; Rose Weisberg, Chicago. 

4864 

Wilson vs. Wilson. © 1 e. 

July 19, 1933 ; D 23696 ; Rose Weis- 
berg, Chicago. 4865 

Dock's end ; scenario with dialogue, by 
E. Starr. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1933 ; D 
23871; Ernest Starr, New York. 

4866 

Donneuse (La) ; piece en 3 actes de 
A. Savoir [pseud, of A. Poznanski] 
© 1 c. July 26, 1933; D 23609; 
Alfred Poznanski, Paris. 4867 

Door (The) that did not close. See 
Three occult plays. 

Double trouble; a farce in 3 acts, by 
A. G. Smith. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1933; 
D 23617 ; Addison Geery Smith, Gar- 
den City, N.Y. 4868 

Down to the sea in ships — The steam- 
ship. See Romance of engineering. 

Dramalogs ; by Edward Costello. 
Minneapolis, Minn. [1933] various 
pagings. 8vo. Contents. — The kid 
brother. — According to law. — Curb- 
stones. — Night lunch. © Aug. 17, 
1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 28 ; D 24077 ; F. D. 
Singler play Co., Minneapolis. 4869 

Dramas in twenty volumes, v. 2, by 
Lincoln Hulley. DeLand. Fla., The 
E. O. Painter printing co. [1933] 
362 p. 12mo. Contents.— 6. Agnes.— 
7. Bells of St. Mary's, The.— 8. 
Monte Carlo. — 9. Doctor's last visit, 
The.— 10. Robin Hood. © July 31, 
1933 ; 2 c. and aff. Aug. 4 ; A 63799 ; 
Lincoln Hulley, DeLand, Fla. 4869* 

v. 3, 4, 2 v. 12 mo. Con- 
tents. — v. 3. 11. Dean of women. — 
12. Carlota Santolino.— 13. Sister 
Felicity. — 14. The artists's colony.— 
15. Abelard and Heloise. — v. 4. 16. 
O'Hara's love-child.- — 17. Bride and 
groom. — 18. Pygmalion and Galatea. 
— 19. Asa Steelman.— 20. Joan of 
Arc. v. 3, © Aug. 8, 1933 ; v. 4, © 
Aug. 11 ; v. 3, 2 c and aff. Aug. 11 ; 
v. 4, 2 c. Aug. 19; aff. Aug. 14; A 
63891, 63958 ; Lincoln Hulley, Fla. 

4869** 

• v. 5. 371 p. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — 21. Harvey's dilemma : Alice 
or Josephine. — 2a. The beloved 
bachelor.— 23. The bandolero. — 24. 
Beyond their means. — 25. Spread- 



eagle. © Aug. 18, 1933; 2 c. and 
aff. Aug. 21 ; A 63951 ; Lincoln Hul- 
ley, DeLand, Fla. 4869*** 

Dramatization of Handel oratorio and 
The Messiah. See Handel oratio 
and The Messiah (Dramatization 
of) 

Dreizehnte (Der) apostel ; historisches 
schauspiel in 3 akten, von Otto 
Hartwich Bremen, 1930. 72 p. 
8vo. © July 8, 1930; 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1932; D 23717; Franz Leuwer ver- 
lag, Bremen, Germany. 4870 

Dude (The) ranch; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Allan Hoffman and G. Ney. 
© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1933 ; D 23897 ; Al- 
lan Alden Hoffman and Gisela Ney, 
Carmel, Calif. 4871 

Earth (The) project; a play in 4 acts, 
by Bill Lang [i. e. L. W. Lang] © 
1 c. Aug. 14, 1933; D 23794; Leslie 
W. Lang, Los Angeles. 4872 

East winds ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
E. H. Gould. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1933; 
D 23710; Elizabeth Hull Gould, 
Rochester, N. Y. 4873 

Echoes of Christmas ; a musical pag- 
eant for Christmas, by Valeria R. 
Lehman, incidental music by I. H. 
Meredith. New York, N.Y., 1933. 
16 p. 8vo. © June 27, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 24; D 28495; Tullar-Meredith 
co., New York. 4874 

Eli Eli ; a screen play with prologue 
and epilogue, and an English adap- 
tation of the Hebrew lament, by 
Lew. Arnheim. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1933 ; D 24029 ; Lewis Arnheim, New 
York. 4S75 

Ellen's new deal ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. Lane. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1933 ; D 
23699 ; Abraham Lane, New York. 

4876 

Elusive (The) Aunt Laura; a mystery 
comedy in 2 acts for junior high 
schools, by Grace Sorenson. Chi- 
cago [1933] 62 p. 16mo. © Aug. 
11, 1933; 2 c. Aug. 14; D 23759; 
T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 4877 

Emily Wood ; or, The lady who came 
back, a play in 4 acts, by M. M. K. 
Bernard. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1933; D 
23633; Martha Marguerite Kutsu- 
kian Bernard, New York. 4878 

Emmanuel ; a dramatization of George 
Frederic Handel's The Messiah, by 
C. H. Stury. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1933 ; 
D 24105; Cecile Houghton Stury, 
Sussex, Wis. 4879 



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4S80 



lit. i. n. s., v. 



Empty (The) chair. Sec Three occult 
plays. 

End and beginning ; by John Mase- 
held. London, William Heinemann 
ltd., 1933. 4 p. 1., 50 p. Svo. © 
July 3, 1933; 1 c. Aug. 9; D 23944; 
John Masefield, Sapperton, Glouces- 
tershire, England. 4880 

English romantic poets ; edited by 
James Stephens, Edwin L. Beck and 
Royall H. Snow. New York, Cin- 
cinnati [etc., 1933] xlii. 817 p. 8vo. 
Dramatic contents. — Manfred, by 
Lord Byron. — Prometheus unbound, 
by Percy Bysshe Shelley. © July 
31, 1933; 2 c. and aff. Aug. 4; A 
63789; American book co., New 
York. 4880* 

Entrada (La) de los americanos ; a 
pageant play in S episodes, by C. E. 
Pressley. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1933; D 
23636; Charles Eugene Pressley, 
Santa Barbara, Calif. 48S1 

Erdachte gesprache ; eine auswahl 
[von] Paul Ernst. Munchen [1932] 
60. [2] p. 16mo. Contents.— Lber 
das tragische. — Sich von der welt 
unbefleckt halten. — Der weise. — Der 
sohn. — Das gebet. ■ — Religion und 
moral. — Der dichter und das erleb- 
nis. — Das ende des lebens. — Hochs- 
tes gliick der erdenkinder. — Der 
konig. © Oct. 31, 1932; 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1933 : D 23716 ; Albert Langen— 
Georg Midler verlag, g.m.b.h., Mu- 
nich. 4882 

Erstens kommt es anders . . . ; krim- 
inalgroteske in 3 akten, nach einer 
idee des A. Trostler, von Curt Cor- 
rinth. © 1 c. Aug. 5. 1933; D 
23849; Drei masken verlag a.-g., 
Berlin. 4883 

Es brennt an der grenze ; ein deutsches 
schauspiel in 5 akten, von Hans 
Kyser. Stuttgart, Berlin, J. G 
Cotta'sche buchhandlung nachfol- 
ger, 1932. 104 p. L2mo. © Dec. 
31. 1931; 1 c. May 20, 1932; D 
23718; Vertriebsstelle des Verbandes 
deutscher biibnenschriftsteller und 
biihnenkomponisten, g. m. b. h., Ber- 
lin. 4884 

Evangiles (Les) ; drame en 5 actes 
[par] Louis Brun. Paris, Jouve & 
cie. editeurs [1933] 94, [1] p. 12mo. 
© July 1, 1933; 1 c. July 19; 1 c. 
Aug. 7: D 23766; Louis Etienne 
Brun, Los Gates. Calif. 4885 



Everybody's friend ; uos. 1-4, a series 
of radio sketches, by H. Toback. 
Nos. 1-3. © 1 c. each Aug. 9, 1933; 
no. 4, © 1 c. Aug. 14; D 2404:2- 
24045 ; Hannah Toback, St. Louis. 

4886-4889 

Exit the king. See Napoleon (The) of 
the movies. 

Experiment (The) ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by F. Scheff. © 1 c. July 28. J 933 ; 
D 23627; Frederick Scbeff. New 
York. 4890 

Expulsion (The) from paradise; after 
a Hungarian legend, dramatized by 
J. Mihalik © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1983; 
D 23956; Julius Mihalik. Cleve- 
land. 4S91 

Eyes (The) of Texas; an historical 
drama in 3 acts, by Al Hill [i. e. 
A. M. Hill] and H. Sadler. © 1 c. 
July 10. 1933; D 23525; Albert Mar- 
vin Hill and Harlev Sadler, Dallas. 
4892 

Facing the music: a musical drama in 

4 acts, by S. W. Brister, sr. Text. 

© 1 c. Aug. 12. 1933 ; D 24095 : Silas 

Walton Brister, sr.. Monrovia. Calif. 

1893 

Fallen (The) mask ; a drama in 3 acts. 
by Hernan Robleto. a translation of 
La senorita que arrojo el antifaz. 
translated from the Spanish and 
adapted for the American stage, by 
W A. Watson. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1933 ; D 24065 : Walter Addison Wat- 
son. Baltimore. 4894 

Feed (The) store mystery : a farce in 
1 act, by Howard Reed. Chicago 
[1933] 26 p. 12mo. © Aug. 24, 
1933: 2 c. Aug. 28; D 24038; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 4S95 

Feind im blut ; ein stuck unter aerz- 
ten, von Heinrich Welcker. © 1 c. 
Aug. 5, 1933; D 23827; Osterheld 
and co., Berlin. 4896 

Final (The) problem. Sec Adventure 
of the poison keg. 

First (The) link— Laying the Atlantic 
cable. See Romance of engineering. 

First nighter; Aug. 4. 1933. Royal 
passage, a series (if radio sketches, 
by Anthony Wayne. © 1 c. Aug. 
9. 1933; D 23703; Chas. P. Hughes 
productions, inc.. Chicago. 4897 

Fool (A) about women: a play in 4 
acts, by J. Bew. © 1 c. Aim. L'3, 
1933: D 23923; Jack Bew, Green- 
wood, Miss. 4898 



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no. 8, 1933 



4936 



For better for worse ; a play in 3 acts, 
bv Martha Madison [i. e. M. M 
Gerbino] © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1933; D 
23746; Martha Madison Gerbino, 
Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 4899 

Forward into battle; a play with a 
prologue, in 3 acts, by Gay MacLaren 
[i. e. G. M. Perlette] © 1 c. Aug. 
29, 1933; D 24072; Gay MacLaren 
Perlette, Chicago. 4900 

Four hundred and first ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by V. Illyn and E. Bajanova 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1933; D 24098; 
Vladimir Illyn and Elizaveta Baja- 
nova, New York. 4901 

Fraulein doktor. See Anna-Marie. 

French (The) touch; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Andre Aubry [i. e. F. A. 
Aubry] © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1933; D 
23955; Fernand Andre Aubry, New 
York. 4902 

Friihlingssturme ; operette in 3 akten, 
von Gustav Beer. Musik von Jaro- 
mir Weinberger, regiebuch einger- 
ichtet von Gustav Beer. Berlin, 
1933. 245 p. illus., diagrs. 8vo. 
Text. © Mar. 31, 1933; 1 c. June 
19; D 23719; Alrobi musikverlag, 
g. m. b. h. and Drei masken verlag, 
a.-g., Berlin. 4903 

Full performance ; a comedy-drama in 
3 acts with a prologue, by "William 
Haven [pseud, of] W. Witte. © 
1 c. Aug. 25, 1933; D 23967; Wil- 
liam Witte, Bellerose, L. I., N. Y. 
4904 

Fun at the factory; ventriloquial dia- 
logue, by W. S. Berger. © 1 c. Aug. 
23, 1933; D 23919; W. S. Berger. 
Ft. Mitchell, Covington, Ky. 4905 

Fun (The) family; nos. 1, 3, a series 
of radio sketches, by G. B. Reid. © 
1 c. Aug. 15, 21, 1933 ; D 23799, 
23800; George B. Reid, Alexandria, 
Va. 4906, 4907 

Fun in a restaurant ; ventriloquial act, 
by W. S. Berger. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1933; D 23920; W. S. Berger, Ft. 
Mitchell, Covington, Ky. 4908 

Gentleman bandit ; a musical play in 
3 acts, by S. Steinberg. Text. 

fx Vyso swVxp'ria -.jxabyBiytm o'nna 
.nyai'w na^tp ps ,]yt3px 3 

© 1 c. Aug. 7, 1933 ; D 23675 ; Sam- 
uel Steinberg, New York. 4909 

Gentleman Jerry the politician ; a 
play, by E. Bitter. © 1 c. Aug. 5. 
1933; D 23708; Ernest Bitter, Cat- 
skill, N. Y. 4910 



Gentlewoman; a play in 4 acts, by 
J. H. Lawson. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1933; D 24087; John Howard Law- 
son, Moriches, L. I., N. Y. 4911 

Giftie (The) gie us; comedy in 3 
acts, by Carl Woods Rose [pseud, 
of C. W. De Rose] and J. Vernon. 
© 1 c. July 6, 1933; D 23646;' 
Charles W. De Rose, and Jean Ver- 
non, New York. 4912 

Globe headlines ; a series of radio 
sketches, by Erie Hampton. Epi- 
sodes 138, 139. © 1 c. each July 
5, 1933 ; D 23912, 23913 ; Globe grain 
and milling co., Los Angeles. 

4913, 4914 

— — Episodes 152-155. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 4, 1933; D 23649-23652; 
Globe grain and milling co.. Los 
Angeles. 4915-4918 

Episodes 156-159. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 9, 1933; D 23704-23707; 
Globe grain and milling co.. Los 
Angeles. 4919^1922 

— Episodes 160-163. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 18, 1933 ; D 23850-23853 ; 
Globe grain and milling co., Los 
Angeles. 4923-4926 

Episodes 168-171. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 30, 1933 ; D 24088-24091 ; 
Globe grain and milling co., Los 
Angeles. 4927-4930 

Glory hole; a play in 3 acts, by T. 
Reeves. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1933; D 
23914; Theodore Reeves, Lawrence, 
N. Y. 4931 

Go bragh ; a drama in 3 acts, by Alyn 
Day [pseud, of K. O'Malley] © 1 c. 
Aug. 5, 1933; D 23911; Kathlyn 
O'Malley, Cleveland. 4932 

God's chillun gotta pray ; a drama in 

1 act, by Lynn Hutchison [i. e. 
R. L. Hutchison] © 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1933 : D 23751 ; Robert Lynn Hutchi- 
son, Altoona, Pa. 4933 

Good (The) Shepherd; a Christmas 
play in 4 acts, from The Christmas 
cycle, by Harold F. Schory- [1933] 

2 p. 1., [7]-46. [1] p. 8vo. © Aug. 
4, 1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 23 ; D 23906 ; Har- 
old F. Schory, Macomb, 111. 4934 

Great (The) American business; a 
play, by J. Schorr. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 
1933; D 23615; Jose Schorr, New 
York. 4935 

Great (The) Mogul diamond; a radio 
sketch, by Allen McNitt. (Diamond 
dramas) © 1 c. Aug. 24. 1933; D 
23938 ; Miracle diamonds corp.. Salt 
Lake City. 4936 



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4937 



pt. I, n. s., v. 6 



Great moments in history ; a series of 
radio sketches, by J. Walter Thomp- 
son co. no. 35. The race of the 
clipper ships. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1933 ; 
D 24081; Standard brands, incor- 
porated, New York. 4937 

■ no. 36. Daniel Boone. © 

1 c. Aug. 30, 1933; D 240S2; Stand- 
ard brands, inc., New York. 4938 

no. 37. Lafitte, pirate of 

New Orleans. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1933 ; 
D 24083 ; Standard brands, inc., New 
York. 4939 

■ ho. 3S. Robert Fulton and 

the steamboat. © 1 c. Aug. 30. 
1933; D 24084; Standard brands, 
inc., New York. 4940 

— ■ no. 39. Roosevelt at San 

Juan Hill. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1933; 
D 24085; Standard brands, inc.. 
New York. 4941 

Greater Americans ; epic American 
screen drama of today, by C. A. 
Taylor and G. R, Bentel. © 1 c. 
Aug. 14, 1933; D 23866; Chas. A. 
Taylor, Hollywood, Calif., and 
George R. Bentel, Culver City, Calif. 
4942 

Greek soil. See Choma Hellenico. 

Gypsy (The) code; a drama in 3 acts, 
by G. H. Hazzard and H. Dalgas. 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1933 ; D 23869 ; G. H. 
Hazzard, and Harry Dalgas, San 
Diego, Calif. 4913 

Handel oratorio and The Messiah 
(Dramatization of) ; pt. 2, a re- 
ligious drama, by S. S. Young. Text. 
© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1933; D 23727; 
Sophia Swanstrom Young, Chicago. 
4944 

Hands up ! a comedy in 2 acts for 
junior high schools, by Lindsey 
Barbee. Chicago [1933] 45 p. 16 
mo. © Aug. 11, 1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 14 ; 
D 23760; T. S. Denison & co., Chi- 
cago. 4945 

Handwriting (The) on the wall ; a 
drama of the California missions [in 
5 acts] by Joseph L. Bohnert. 
[1933] 78 p. 16 mo. [2d rev. ed.] 
© Aug. 15, 1933; 2 c. Aug. 21; D 
238S2: Joseph L. Bohnert, Saratoga. 
Calif. 4946 

Hansel and Grethel ; a play in 5 
scenes, adapted from the old Ger- 
man fairy tale. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 
1933: D 23874; Margaret Lorraine 
Hubbard, Duluth. 4947 



Happy Hollow minstrel hrst-part ; a 
complete routine for the circle, by 
Bob Royce. Chicago [1933] 48 p. 
diagr. lOmo. Text. © Aug. 5, 
1933; 2 c. Aug. 9; D 23720; T. S. 
Denison & co., Chicago. 4948 

Happy (The) island; a play in 6 
scenes, by E. Barnouw. © 1 e. Any. 
25, 1933: D 24032; Erik Barnouw, 
New York. 4849 

Happy landing; a comedy in 2 ads. by 
DeVYitt Terheun [i.e. D. T. Mc- 
Laughlin] © 1 c. Aug. 12. 1933; 
D 23749 ; DeWitt Terheun McLaugh- 
lin, Greenwich, Conn. 4950 

a comedy in 4 acts, by F. C. Dyer. 

© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1933; D 23802; 
Florence Caroline Dyer, Philadel- 
phia. 4951 

Harlem in the raw ; a musical comedy 
play in 2 acts, by Jimmy Redrick 
[i.e. J. Redrick] Text. © 1 c. 
June 23. 1933; D 23770: James Red- 
rick, Yonkers, N.Y. 4952 

Harp (The) of God; modern historical 
skits, France, 15th century ; 100 y< a r 
war; Joan of Arc, by F. Babcock. 
© 1 c. Aug. 25, 1933: D 23958; 
Frances Babcock, Lone Rock. Wis. 

4953 

Headlines. See Talkie picture time. 

Heaven bound ; a religious pageant, 
by T. F. Bledsoe and Elijah Butler. 
© 1 c. May 29. 1933; D 23622; 

Thomas Files Bledsoe, New Orleans. 
1954 

Heaven forbid ! a play in a prologue, 
2 acts, and an epilogue, ideas pre- 
sented by R. D. Negrin with whose 
assistance the play was written, mu- 
sic by R. D. Negrin. © 1 c. Aug. 9. 
1933; D 2S4S7; Rae Dalven Negrin. 
New York. 4955 

Heidelberg nights ; the first of a series 
of 1-act operas, music and lyrics by 
D. Glidden. (Operas in miniature. 
no. 1) © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1933; 1» 
28491; David Lingo, Monrovia, 
Calif. 4956 

Heigh-ho, Delilah ; a comedy in 4 acts, 
by S. B. Harrison. © 1 c. Aug. IS, 
1933: D 23S55; Samuel B. Harri- 
son, New York. 4957 

Heil, Hitler! a play in 3 acts, by L. 
Walinsky. © 1 c. Aug. 29. 1933; 
D 24064; Louis Walinsky, New 
York. 4958 



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no. S, 1933 



4977 



Her lifted face ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Mark Swan. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 
1933 ; D 23961 ; Mark E. Swan, New 
York. 4959 

Hey bey days ; Episodes 7-26, a series 
of radio sketcbes, by W. H. Depper- 
mann. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1933; D 
23904 ; William Hermann Depper- 
mann, Indianapolis. 4960 

Hideaway Junction ; Episodes 1-6, 
witb introduction, a series of radio 
sketcbes, by Florence and Dorotby 
Haviland. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1933 ; D 
23952; Florence and Dorotby Havi- 
land, Los Angeles. 4961 

His Cbristmas star; a program of 
song and story, story and lyrics by 
Valeria R. Lebman, music by Nor- 
man Ligbtbill [pseud, of Ira B. Wil- 
son] New York, Dayton, O., 1933. 
20 p. 8vo. © July 19, 1933; 2 c. 
Aug. 21; D 28494; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 4962 

His daugbter ; a character comedy in 
3 acts, by J. G. Bertin, translated 
and adapted from Baiser perdus, by 
Andre Birabeau. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1933 ; D 24067 ; Jobn G. Bertin, New 
York. 4963 

History's pages — The story of wood 
pubx See Romance (The) of engi- 
neering. 

Hold your horses ; or, Hunky dory, a 
play in 2 acts, by Russell Crouse 
and Corey Ford. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1933; D 23798; H. Y. H. produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 4964 

Holiday in Hades ; an allegorical fan- 
tasy of the world war in a prologue 
and 2 acts, by Burne Bagley [i.e. 
T. B. Bagley] © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1933 ; 
D 23907; Theresa Burne Bagley, 
New York. 4965 

Homage (The) of the ages; a play, 
by G. C. Kunze. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 
1933 ; D 23773 ; Getha Carol Kunze, 
East Orange, N.J. 4966 

Hooligan's roost ; a dramatic musical 
play in 3 acts, by K. Glasmon and 
A. C. O'Dea, music by A. Gottler. 
Text. © 1 C Aug. 7, 1933 ; D 24046 ; 
Kubec Glasmon, Archie Gottler, Los 
Angeles, and Anne Caldwell O'Dea. 
W. Los Angeles. 4967 

Horse transport; a saga of the world 
war in 3 parts, by J. B. Quinlan, jr. 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1933; D 23835; 
James Benjamin Quinlen, jr., Mon- 
rovia, Calif. 4968 



Hotel Goofus; Program no. 1, a radio 
continuity, by N. Anthony. © 1 c. 
Aug. 3, 1933 : D 23641 ; Norman An- 
thony, New York. 4969 

Human clay ; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Leiber. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1933; D 
23774; Allen Leiber, Chicago. 4970 

Human (The) side; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Christine Ames [pseud, of 
M. M. Smith] © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1933 ; 
D 24035 ; Margaret Morrison Smith, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4971 

Humorous monologues for women; by 
Arthur LeRoy Kaser. Boston [1933] 
140 p. 12mo. © Aug. 1, 1933; 2 c. 
and aff. Aug. 11; A 63876; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 4971* 

Hunky dory. See Hold your horses. 

I have the diamond ; a radio sketch, 
by Kay Van Riper. (Diamond 
dramas) © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1933; D 
23930; Miracle diamonds Corp., Salt 
Lake City. 4972 

If men shopped like women ; a play, by 
D. H. Halpern. © 1 c. Aug 3, 
1933 ; D 23642 ; David Hale Halpern, 
Springfield, Mass. 4973 

Inconstant (L') See Luciole. 

Information; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Ellen B. Fritts [pseud, of N. B. 
Fritts] © 1 c. July 18, 1933; D 
25688 : Nellie Barbyte Fritts, Little 
Falls, N.J. 4974 

Ins feld, in die freibeit gezogen; hor- 
folge von Curt Hotzel. Berlin, 1933. 
42 p. 12mo. © May 5, 1933; 1 c. 
July 24; D 23637; Deutscher buch- 
vertrieb Schmidt & co, g. m. b. b., 
Berlin. 4975 

Invisible (The) servant — Electric 
light and power. See Romance 
(The) of engineering. 

Is life worth living? an exaggeration 
in 3 acts, by L. Robinson. © 1 c. 
Aug. 29, 1933; D 24093; Lennox 
Robinson, London. 4976 

Itch (The) to be rich. See On margin. 

Ite, missa est; [par] Armand Godoy, 
precede d'une glose de Jean Royere. 
Paris [1933] 5 p. 1., [15]-148 p., 
4 1. 12mo. © Apr. 5, 1933; 1 c 
July 26 ; A— Foreign 21693 ; Editions 
Bernard Grasset, Paris. 4976* 

Janitor (The) ; or, Life in a modern 
apartment house, a dramatic se- 
quence in 4 episodes, by S. Phillips 
and Aben Kandel. © 1 c. Aug. 1. 
1933 ; D 23613 ; Sidney Phillips, New 
York. 4977 



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4978 



pt. i, n. s., v. 6 



Jedgement ; a comedy play with dia- 
logue, singing and dancing, by B. El- 
lington. Text. © 1 c. July 19. 

• 1933 ; D 23755 ; Bettie Ellington, De- 
troit. 4978 

Joan of Arc. See Harp (The) of God. 

Johnny-come-lately ; or, The pitchman, 
a play in 3 acts, by V. Cosby © 
1 c. Aug. 19. 1933; D 23876; Vivian 
Cosby, New York. 4979 

Katharina, die widerspanstige ; ein 
volkstiiudicher schwank in 3 akten. 
von Eugen Holly. © 1 c. July 24, 
1933; D 23640; Theaterverlag Otto 
Eirich, g. m. b. h., Vienna. 4980 

Kingdom (The) of Cobb; a play in 3 
acts, by V. Davies. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1933: D 23742; Valentine Davies, 
New York. 4981 

King's (The) trick. See Talkie pic- 
ture time. 

Knight (The) before Christmas; a 
1-act Christmas comedy, by Effa E. 
Preston. Chicago [1933] 40 p. 
16mo. © Aug. 28, 1933; 2 c. Aug. 
30; D 24094; T. S. Denison & co., 
Chicago. 4982 

Knocking on wood. See Superstition 
sketches. 

Konigsleutnant (Der) ; singspiel in 3 
akten nach Karl Gutzkow. musik 
von Fred Raymond [Klavierauszug 
zum dirigieren eingerichtet von 
Fritz Wicke] Vollstandiger kla- 
vierauszug [mit text] Leipzig, 1933. 
105 p. fol. © Feb. 27, 1933; 1 c 
July 15; D 28485; Biihnenverlag 
Anton J. Benjamin a.-g., Leipzig. 



Kohinoor — mountain of light ; a radio 
sketch, by Alice Ward. (Diamond 
dramas) © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1933; D 
23931 ; Miracle diamonds corp., Salt 
Lake City. 4984 

Lady (A) kisses; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by F. Hader, jr. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1933; D 23847: Frank Hader, jr., 
New York 4985 

Lady (The) who came back. See 
Emily Wood. 

Lafitte, pirate of New Orleans. See 
Great moments in history. 

Lala and the Menehunes; a 3-act fan- 
tasy of Hawaii, by Berta Metzger 
[pseud, of] B. F. Metzger. © 1 c. 
Aug. 26, 1933 : D 23968 : Bertha Flor- 
ence Metzger, New York. 4986 



Land of the free; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by M. SaltUS and F. Hopkins. © 
1 c. Aug. 9. 1933: D 23909; Marie 
Saltus, San Diego, Calif., Florence 
Hopkins. Philadelphia. 4987 

Last rail: a comedy in .". acts, by M. 
Rowland and D. Mackenzie. © 1 C. 
Aug. 25. 1933; D 23963; Donald 
Mackenzie Macnab, Hampton. N.J. 

4988 

Latchstrings ; a play in a prologue, 3 
acts, and an epilogue, by E. Taylor 
and G. Ford. © 1 c. Aug. 12. 1933; 
I) 23877; Ethel Taylor and George 
Ford, Rutherford, N.J. 4989 

Late (The) Christopher Bean; a com- 
edy I in 3 acts] an English adapta- 
tion of Rene Fauchois' Prenez garde 
a la peinture! by Emlyn Williams. 
London. Victor Gollancz ltd.. 1933. 
128 p. 12mo. © July 24. 19:;:;: 1 c. 
Aug. 4: D 23943; Gilbert Miller. 
London. 4990 

Legend (The) of Hani; the thirty- 
second grove play, book by Junius 
Cravens, music by Henry Hadley. 
San Francisco, 1933. x. 48 p. 12mo. 
Illustrative music only. Text. © 
July 24. 1933 : 2 c. July 31 : D 23865; 
Bohemian club, San Francisco. 4991 

Liebestraum : comedy in 3 acts, by 
Carl Woods Rose [pseud, of C. W. 
De Rose] and J. Vernon. © 1 c. 
Aug. 16, 1933 ; D 23833 : Charles W. 
De Rose and Jean Vernon. New 
York. 4992 

Life in a modern apartment house. 
See Janitor (The) 

Life of Catherine the Great ; Episodes 
1-15, a series of radio sketches ; by 
Edward Lynn. © 1 c. each Aug. 
21, 1933; D 23883; Don Lee broad- 
casting system, Los Angeles. 4993 

Life-wheel ; a play in 3 acts, by E. 
Hahn and W. J. Gluck. © 1 c. Aim. 
31, 1933: D 24108; Etta Hahn and 
Walter J. Gluck, Brooklyn. 4994 

Lily-White Blade: a newspaper com- 
edy-drama in 3 acts, by Clyde 
Mason [i.e. N. C. Mason] © 1 c. 
Aug. 8, 1933 ; D 23683 : Nelson Clyde 
Mason, S. Akron, O. 4995 

Little shot: a coinedv in 3 acts, by 

P. Wilde. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1933 ; D 

23845; Percival Wilde, Sharon, Conn. 

4998 

Living chess game: a playlet, by 
Ernest Riedel. © 1 c. June 28. 
1933; D 23695; Beatrix M. Riedel. 
New Orleans. •h)!>7 



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no. 8, 1933 



5019 



Lob des landes ; komodie in 5 aufziigen 
[von] Richard Billinger. Miinchen, 
1933. 104, [1] p. 16mo. © Dec. 
31, 1932; 1 c. Mar. 30, 1933; D 
23715; Albert Langen-Georg Mliller 
verlag, g.m.b.h., Munich. 4998 

Lola ; ein reisser vom dritten zum 
ersten akt, von Tibor Yost unci 
Eugen Scharin. © 1 c. July 24, 
1933; D 23639; Tibor Dioszeghy, 
Berlin. 4999 

Loon's (The) mate; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. J. Collins. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1933; D 24063; Frank J. Collins, 
New York. 5000 

Lorna Doone ; Episode 1, a romance of 
Exrnoor, story by R. D. Blackmore, 
dramatization for radio, by L. Tom- 
erlin. © 1 c. July 10, 1933; D 
23631; Lysle Tomerlin, Hollywood, 
Calif. 5001 

Love adventures of an actress ; a play 
in 3 acts, by L. Stern. © 1 c. Aug. 
25, 1933; D 23954; Leopold Stern, 
Montreal. 5002 

Love (The) burglar; a play in 1 act, 
by Vivienne Charlton Chadwick. 
San Francisco, Calif., Cincinnati, O., 
1933. 16 p. 12mo. © July 25, 
1933; 2 c. Aug. 7; D 23669; Banner 
play bureau, inc., San Francisco. 

5003 

Love lost ; a musical play in 2 acts, 
by D. A. Meador. Text. © 1 c. 
Aug. 23, 1933; D 23918; Dock A. 
Meador, Pace, Miss. 5004 

Love luck; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
E. B. Ginty. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1933; 
D 23905 ; Elizabeth Beall Ginty, New 
York. 5005 

Love (The) of the Lotus; a 3-act 
play based on a Korean hero tale, by 
Berta Metzger [pseud, of B. F. Metz- 
ger] © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1933 ; D 23969 ; 
Berta Florence Metzger, New York. 
5006 

Love on an island ; a play in 3 acts, by 

H. Deutsch. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1933; 

D 23619 ; Helen Deutsch, New York. 

50O7 

Luciole; ou, L'inconstant, comedie en 
3 actes, de J. Vincent. © 1 c. 
July 26, 1933; D 23610; Jean Vin- 
cent, Paris. 5008 

Ma Jolie ; a play in 3 acts, by Leo 
Randole [pseud, of E. Randole] © 



1 c. Aug. 17, 1933 ; D 2384S ; Evelyn 
Randole, New York. 5009 

Madame is amused ; a comedy in 2 
acts, by E. Ellis. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 
1933; D 23896; Edith Ellis, New 
York. 5010 

Make yourself at home; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Carl Webster Pierce. New 
York [1933] 95 p. diagr. 12mo. 
( [Playhouse plays] ) © Aug. 16, 
1933; 2 c. Aug. 17; D 23841; Fitz- 
gerald pub. corp., New York. 5011 

Manfred. See English romantic poets. 

Manhattan siren; a play in 3 acts, by 
Alice O'Reilly [i. e. A. O. Orr] © 
1 c. Aug. 10, 1933; D 23723; Alice 
O'Reilly Orr, Brooklyn. 5012 

Manly man ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Alfred L. Golden. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1933; D 23868; Alfred L. Golden- 
berg, Pittsburgh. 5013 

Margania (Germany) awakens; a play 
in 3 acts, by A. Spira. © 1 c. 
Aug. 18, 1933; D 23856; Ascher 
Spira, New York. 5014 

Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer and Huc- 
kleberry Finn. See Radio adapta- 
tion of Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer 
and Huckleberry Finn. 

Marked (The) door ; a religious play 
in 2 scenes, by Alma Newell At- 
kins. 1933. 2 p. L, 36 numb. 1. obi. 
12mo. © July 27, 1933; 2 c. July 
31; D 23823; Alma Newell Atkins, 
Winfield, Kan. 5015 

Marriage; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Charles Costello. Rev. ed. © 1 c. 
Aug. 5, 1933; D 23753; Charles 
Stephen Costello, Chicago. 5016 

Marriage (The) broker. See Marri- 
age (The) mart. 

Marriage (The) mart ; or, The marri- 
age broker, a comedy in 5 acts, by 
R. A. Albert [pseud, of A. A. Rosen- 
thal] © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1933; D 
24037; Albert A. Rosenthal, New 
York. 5017 

Mary of Scotland ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. Anderson. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1933; 
D 23667; Maxwell Anderson, Santa 
Monica, Calif. 5018 

Masks (The) of death; an allegorical 
1-act play, by Howard Whitfield 
[pseud, of H. W. Smith] © 1 c. 
Aug. 25, 1933; D 23966; Howard 
Whitfield Smith, Washington. 5019 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 6 



Master (The) thief; a romantic opera 
in 3 acts, play adapted from a poem 
by A. Fitger, libretto by Frances 
Tipton, music by G. B. Williams. 
Text. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1933 ; D 23916 : 
Guy Bevier Williams, Los Angeles. 
5020 

Meet the corpse ; a mystery farce in 3 
acts, by J. M. O'Connor. © 1 c. 
Aug. 12, 1933; D 23797; John Mar- 
shall O'Connor, Beechhurst, L.I., 
N.Y. 5021 

Meeting at night ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by C. Carstairs. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1933; D 23816; Carroll Carstairs, 
New York. 5022 

Merry (The) nook; a musical play in 
3 acts, by S. Steinberg. Text. 
Vystp ytP'Vxp'vin -.Vyprn ys'Vns okt 
.nyar'tjc? na 1 ?^ pa ,p?Bpx 3 px 

© 1 c. Aug. 7, 1933 ; D 23676 ; Sam- 
uel Steinberg, New York. 5023 

Messiah (The) See Emmanuel. 

See also, Handel oratorio and The 

Messiah (Dramatization of) 

Mighty (The) Akbar; a radio sketch, 
by Alice Ward. (Diamond dramas) 
© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1933; D 23934; 
Miracle diamonds Corp., Salt Lake 
City. 5024 

Ming Hoy ; a musical comedy in 3 acts, 
by P. M. Foote. © 1 c. July 15, 
1933 ; D 28489 ; Philip Mauro Foote. 
Hollywood, Calif. 5025 

Miniature (The) diamond; a radio 
sketch, by Alice Ward. (Diamond 
dramas) © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1933; D 
23935; Miracle diamonds Corp., Salt 
Lake City. 5026 

Miracle (The) of Chestertown ; a play 
in 7 scenes, by I. L. Baker. © 1 c. 
Aug. 9, 1933 ; D 23698 ; Isadore Leon 
Baker, Baltimore. 5027 

Misfit ; a dramatic composition in 3 
acts, by L. G. Merrick. © 1 c. Aug. 
21. 1933; D 23892; Lavina Gray 
Merrick, New York. 5028 

Mr. Housewife ; a radio play, by H. 
W. Rapport. © 1 c. July 31, 1933 ; 
D 23915 ; Howard Winfield Rapport, 
Chicago. 5029 

Mrs. Queen Victoria ; a play in 3 acts. 
by Wiley J. Wynne [pseud, of J. 
Jex] © 1 c. Aug. 16. 1933; D 
24099; John Jex, New York. 5030 



Modernistic; a play in 3 acts, by L. 
Cheskin. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1933; D 
23924; Louis Cbeskin, Chicago. 

5031 

Moonlight mesa; a musical comedy in 
2 acts, dialogue and lyrics by R. W. 
Smith, music by H. D. Guelick. © 
1 c. Aug. 11, 1933; D 284!t2; Henry 
D. Guelick and Rebecca W. Smith. 
Fort Worth, Tex. 5032 

Mother Lode; a play in 3 acts, by Dan 
Totheroh. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1933; D 
23614; Dan Webster Totheroh, Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 5033 

Motion and talking pictures— The Sil- 
ver screen. See Romance of engi- 
neering. 

Musgrave (The) ritual. See Death 
holds the prompt book. 

Musica a grande orchestra ; sintesi 
folklorista in 3 tempi, di Anna 
Plomitallo. Text. © 1 c. July 17,. 
1933; D 23630; Jack Terracino, 
Brooklyn. 5034 

My son ; a radio sketch, by Mildred 
Baker. (Diamond dramas.) © 1 c. 
Aug. 24, 1933 : D 23937 : Miracle dia- 
monds corp., Salt Lake City. 5085 

My wife's husband ; a divorced honey- 
moon in 3 acts, by Philip Bartholo- 
mae. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1933 ; D 23959 ; 
Philip H. Baitholomae. New York. 

5036- 

Napoleon (The) of the movies; or, 
Exit the king, a play in 3 acts, by 
J. J. Carniol. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1933 ; 
D 24096; John J. Carniol, Staple- 
ton, S. I., N. Y. 5037 

Never say goodbye ! a romantic com- 
edy in 3 acts, by William Barry 
[pseud, of W. B. Callaghan] © 
1 c. Aug. 14, 1933; D 23796; Wm. 
Barry Callaghan, St. Petersburg, 
Fla. 503S 

New (The) deal; a play in :: acts, by 
Washington Pezet [i. e. A. W. Pezet] 
and L. Stoddard. © 1 c. Aug. 10. 
1933; D 23837; A. Washington 
Pezet. New York, and Lothrop Stod- 
dard. Brookline, Mass. 5039 

No joy but calm ; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. S. Phillips. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1933; D 23925; Rufus Sanigear 
Phillips, New York. 5040 

No man wanted; a comedy in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by S. Cook. © 
1 c. July 21, 1933; D 23694; Sidney 
Cook, Santa Monica, Calif. 5041 



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no. 8, 1933 



5064 



Nocturne in white ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by E. Gilbert. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 
1933 ; D 23673 ; Edwin Gilbert, New 
York. 5042 

Nothing but kisses ; a comedy in 3 

acts, by A. Sinclair and Murray 

Morris Dale. © 1 c. July 21, 1933 ; 

D 23772; Arthur Sinclair, Buffalo. 

5043 

October ; a play in 3 acts, by E. F. 
Bobbins. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1933; D 
24069; Emily Frances Robbins, New 
York. 5044 

Old (The) man is dead ; a drama in 3 
acts, by M. D. Hopkins. © 1 c. Aug. 
25, 1933; D 23965; Margaret Daly 
Hopkins, New York. 5045 



Romance (The) 



Old man river, 
of engineering. 

Old mother nature ; a comedy in 3 
acts, or a suite in 3 movements, ar- 
ranged for two instruments by E. 
Goodman. Text. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1933; D 23817; Edward Goodman, 
New York. 5046 

On margin ; or, The itch to be rich, a 
series of scenes and tabloid black- 
outs, by D. C. Gillette. © 1 c. Aug. 
31, 1933; D 24110; Don Carle Gil- 
lette, New York. 5047 

On the boulevard; by J. P. Heald. 
New York [1933] 15 p. 12mo. © 
Aug. 16, 1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 17 ; D 23843 ; 
Fitzgerald pub. Corp., New York. 

5048 

One good urn deserves another. See 
Rest in pieces. 

One hot knight ; a sketch, by J. M. Mc- 
Lean. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1933 ; D 23634 ; 
James Monroe McLean, Convent 
Station, N. J. 5049 

One-round Ross ; a 3-act comedy, by 
Al. W. Clark [i. e. A. W. Clark] © 
1 c. Aug. 9, 1933; D 23908; Albert 
W. Clark, Pittsfield, Mass. 5050 

One year to pay; a play in 3 acts, by 
Samuel Ornitz and V. Caspary. © 
1 c. Aug. 22, 1933; D 23903; Sadie 
L. Ornitz, Hollywood, Calif., and 
Vera Caspary, Brookfield Center, 
Conn. 5051 

Onions : a comedy in 1 act, by C. W. 
Cooper. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1933; D 
23884 ; Charles William Cooper, Los 
Angeles. 5052 

Orchids and dice ; a tragedy in 5 
scenes, by P. A. Johnston. © 1 c. 



Aug. 21, 1933; D 2388S ; Perry Ar- 
thur Johnston, San Francisco. 5053 

Orloff (The) diamond; a radio sketch, 
by Alice Ward. (Diamond dramas) 
© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1933 ; D 23933 ; Mira- 
cle diamonds Corp., Salt Lake City. 
5054 

Other (The) foot; a play in 3 acts, 
with a prologue and an epilogue, by 
Arthur Barton and H. C. Blooming- 
dale. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1933 ; D 23653 ; 
Hiram C. Bloomingdale, New York. 
5055 

Our house is broken ; a new play in 3 
acts, by David Jacob Dargin [pseud, 
of D. J. Darginsky] © 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1933 ; D 23846 ; David Jacob Dargin- 
sky, New York. 5056 

Our (The) Nell racket; a play by F. 
Rowan. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1933; D 
23887; Frank Rowan, New York. 

5057 

Padre Carillo ; a play in a prologue, 2 
acts, and an epilogue, by Charles 
Costello. Rev. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1933 ; 
D 23754; Charles Stephen Costello. 
Chicago. 5058 

Pan American celebrates ; a pageant 
for Pan American day program, by 
M. Kunkel. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1933*; 
D 23881; Mabel Kunkel, Richmond. 
Ky. 5059 

Panama ; schauspiel in 9 bildern [von] 
Wilhelm Herzog. Berlin, Wien 
[etc.] 1931. 158, [1] p. 12mo. © 
July 9, 1931 ; 1 c. Oct. 10 ; D 23726 ; 
Paul Zsolnay, verlag a.-g., Berlin. 
5060 

Paradise regained ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by P. Eldridge. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 
1933 ; D 23964 ; Paul Eldridge, New 
York. 5061 

Patchwork; a play in 1 act, by M. E. 
Atkinson. London, H. F. W. Deane 
& sons The year book press, ltd. 
[1933] 24 p. 12mo. ([Village 
drama society plays] ) © Julv 14. 
1933; 1 c. Aug. 7; D 23764; M. E. 
Atkinson, Beaconsfield, Bucks, Eng- 
land. 5062 

Episodes 1, 2, a radio serial, by M. 

Finsterwald. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1933 ; 
D 24049; Maxine Finsterwald, De- 
troit. 5063 

Pay day ; a comedy in 3 acts, by J. T. 
Pincus. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1933; D 
23677; Jacob T. Pincus, Chicago. 

5064 



233 



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r.ui;r. 



pt. I. n. s., v. 6 



Peau d'Espagne ; coinedie en 4 actes 
[par] Jean Sarment [pseud, of J. 
Bellemere] [Paris, 1933] 34, [2] p. 
4to. ( [La Petite illustration, no. 
628]) © June 10. 1933; 1 c. July 
26; D 236U8 ; Jean Bellemere, Paris. 
5065 

Peccadillo; a play in 3 acts, by Martha 
Madison [i. e. M. M. Gerbino] © 1 
c. Aug. 12. 1933; D 2374.",; Martha 
Madison Gerbino, Flushing, L.I., 
N.Y. 5066 

Pegasus in our garden; a comedy in ;; 
acts, by Francis Stanley. © 1 <•. 
Aug. 11. 1933; D 23741; Stanley 
Jordan, Laurelton, N.J. 5067 

Permit me to intimate : a play in 3 
acts, by H. M. Laff. © 1 c. Aug. IS. 
1933; I) 23857; Harry Merrill Laff, 
Los Angeles. 5068 

Philip finds Nathaniel. See Choma 
Hellenico. 

Thyme finesses; a musical extrava- 
ganza in 2 acts, by A. Bennett. 
Text. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1933; D 
23S89; Angela Bennett, Santa Mon- 
ica, Calif. 5069 

Picnic; a play in 3 acts, by F. E. 
Faragoh. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1933; D 
23661 ; Francis Edwards Faragoh, 
Wilton, Conn. 5070 

Pioneer sweethearts : a drama in 4 
acts, by A. A. Parcus. © 1 c. Aug. 
25, 1933; D 23960; Alva A. Parcus. 
Santa Monica, Calif. 5071 

Pitchman (The) See Johnny-come- 
lately. 

Poppy time ; a play in 4 acts, by G. R. 
Shea. © 1 c. July 21, 1933; D 
23771; Gertrude Regina Shea, Tay- 
lor, Pa. 5072 

Portrait (A) by Sargent; a play in 
a prologue and 1 act, by H. Faussett 
and K. C. Thomas, based on the 
short story by K. C. Thomas. © 1 c. 
Aug. 9, 1933; D 23948; Hudson 
Faussett and Kenneth C. Thomas, 
Interlaken, N.J. 5073 

Prenez garde a la peinture ! See Late 
Christopher Bean. 

Presque tous : piece en 3 actes, de M. 
Lemoine. © 1 c. Aug. 2. 1933; D 
23680; Maurice Lemoine, Paris. 

5074 

Princess Lumina ; an operetta in 2 

.lets, book by Jackson Smith and 
M. W. Bain, lyrics by Jackson 
Smith, music by M. W. Bain, ar- 



ranged by Orville Mayhood. © 1 c. 

July 15. 1933; D 2S4ss : Mary 
Wrighl Bain, Hartsdale, N.Y. 5075 

Prometheus unbound. See English ro- 
mantic poets. 

Promised (The) Light: a Christmas 
cantata for solo, chorus & organ, 
text written & selected by Mattie B. 
Shannon, music by Clarence Kohl- 
mann. Philadelphia, Pa.. 1933. 
63 p. svo. © Aug. 24. 19:.;:;: 2 c. 
Aug. 29; D 28497: Hall-Mack CO., 
Philadelphia. 5078 

Proscenium; a play in 3 acts, by I. 
XovHlo. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 19:::;: D 
23738; Ivor Novello, London. 5077 

Pulsing threads — The telegraph. See 
Romance (The) of engineering. 

Puppets (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
N. W. Stephenson. © 1 c. July 24. 
1933; D 23628; Nathaniel Wright 
Stephenson. Claremont. Calif. 5078 

Pursuit (The) of happiness; an Amer- 
ican comedy in a prologue and 3 
acts, by L. Langner and Armina 
Marshall [i. e. A. M. Langner] © 
1 c. Aug. 8, 1933 ; d 24100 ; Lawrence 
Langner and Armina Marshall Lang- 
ner, New York. 5079 

Question (The) : a play in 4 acts, by 

G. Merritt. © 1 c. Aug. IS. 1933: 

D 23S54: Grace Merritt, New York. 

5080 

tragedy in 4 acts, by Alexis Sou- 

vorine [translated bv A. Souvorine] 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1933: D 2361S : Asta 
Souvorine, New York. 5081 

Quiet, please ! a radio play, by A'era 
M. Oldham and Harry A. Earn- 
shaw. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1933; D 
24058 ; Earnshaw- Young, inc., Los 
Angeles. 5082 

Race (The) of the clipper ships. See 
Great moments in history. 

Radio adaptation of Mark Twain's 
Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn : 
or, Tom and Huck. Episode 1. by 
M. F. Wiggins, W. Woodworth and 
F. Striker. © 1 c. July is. 1983; 
D 23832; Mary F. Wiggins, Willie 
Woodworth, Fran Striker. Buffalo. 
Tins:; 

Radio (The) eye; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. Bell and L. Tomerlin. © 1 c. 
July 25. 1933: D 23685; Magda Bell 
and Lysle Tomerlin, Hollywood. 
Calif. 5084 



234 



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no. S, 1933 



5099 



Radio love call ; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. W. Priest. © 1 c. Aug. 29. 1933 ; 
D 24061; Robert W. Priest, Deans, 
N.J. 5085 

Radio (The) telephone girl; a pro- 
gram for radio in 2 acts, by D. Day. 
© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1933; D 23872; 
Dorothy Day, New York. 5086 

Rainbow's end; a comedy drama in 
3 acts, by Josephine Fairchild. © 
1 c. Aug. 2, 1933 ; D 23635 ; Josephine 
Matilda Fairchild, Chicago. 5087 

Rattenf anger (Der) von Hameln ; 
schauspiel in 3 akten. von. J. von 
der Goltz. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1932 ; D 
23712 ; Joachim von der Goltz, 
Obersasbach, Germany. 5088 

Raymond vs. Raymond — infidelity. 
See Divorce specialist. 

Re-building Christ's world; a pageant 
of dedication [by] Louis Wilson, 
music selected by Violet Otto Wil- 
son. New York, Chicago [1933] 
15 p. 8vo. Contains music. © July 
14, 1933; 2 c. and aff. Aug. 8; AA 
126611; Louis Wilson, Chicago. 

5089^ 

Red harvest; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
W. C. Roberts. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 
1933 : D 23894 ; Walter Charles Rob- 
erts, Ithaca, N.Y. 5090 

Red shadow ; a drama in 4 acts, by 
J. C. Logan and Harold Allen. © 
1 c. Aug. 5, 1933; D 23664; James 
Clarke Logan, Pittsburgh. 5091 

Redemption (The) play; a play in 3 
acts depicting Christ's redemption of 
man, by J. C. McMullen. Boston 
[1933] xxii, 133 p. 12mo. (Baker's 
professional plays) © July 31, 
1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 17 ; D 23820 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 5092 

Reno arena ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Marjorie Ralston [pseud, of M. Lus- 
tig] © 1 c. July 14, 1933 ; D 23693 ; 
Marjorie Lustig, New York. 5093 

Representative American dramas, na- 
tional and local ; edited, with intro- 
ductions, by Montrose J. Moses. 
Students' ed. Boston, 1933. xvi, 
890 p. 8vo. Dramatic contents. — 
1894. A Texas steer, by Charles H. 
Hoyt— 1905. The girl of the golden 
West, by David Belasco.— 1907. The 
witching hour, by Augustus Thomas. 
—1910. The city, by Clyde Fitch.— 
1910. The scarecrow, by Percy Mac- 
Kaye. — 1910. The piper, by Josephine 
Preston Peabody. — 1911. Mrs. Bump- 



stead-Leigh, by Harry James 
Smith. — 1914. It pays to advertise, 
by Roi Cooper Megrue and Walter 
Hackett— 1919. The famous Mrs. 
Fair, by James Forbes.— 1920. The 
Emperor Jones, by Eugene O'Neill. — ■ 
1921. Nice people, by Rachel Croth- 
ers.— 1921. The detour, by Owen 
Davis.— 1921. Dulcy, by George S. 
Kaufman and Marc Connelly. — 1923. 
The adding machine, by Elmer L. 
Rice.— 1924. The show-off, by George 
Kelly.— 1925. Lucky Sam McCarver, 
by Sidney Howard. — 1927. The sec- 
ond man, by S. N. Behrman. — 1928. 
Holiday, by Philip Barry.— 1930. 
The green pastures, by Marc Con- 
nelly. © July 27, 1933 ; 2 c. and aff. 
July 29 ; A 63762 ; Little, Brown and 
co., Boston. 5093* 

Rest in pieces ; or, One good urn de- 
serves another, a play, by H. N. 
Blair. © 1 c. July 21, 1933; D 
23623 ; Harry Northam Blair, New 
York. 5094 

Retribution ; a Biblical play in 3 acts, 
by J. E. Dorling. © 1 c. Julv 21, 
1933; D 23686; James Ernest Dor- 
ling, Ventura, Calif. 5095 

Richard, king of England and Isabelle 
of Valois. See Richard of Bordeaux. 

Richard of Bordeaux ; or, Richard, 
king of England and Isabelle of 
Valois, a play in 4 acts, with a pro- 
logue, by A. S. W. Flint. © 1 c. 
Aug. 1, 1933; D 23645; Anne Susan 
Weed Flint, Albany. 5096 

Rip Van Winkle. See Song of Rip 
Van Winkle. 

Riverhead ; a modern American play 
in 3 acts, adapted by Donald Mack 
[i. e. D. McGinnis] from the book 
of the same name, by Robert Hill- 
yer. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1933 ; D 23840 ; 
Donald McGinnis, Solon, Me. 5097 

Robert Fulton and the steamboat. 
See Great moments in history. 

Romance (The) of engineering; a 
series of radio sketches, by Gerald 
W. Knight, Vincent J. Scanlan, and 
R. H. Lowe. Episode 1, The voice 
from the sky — Radio. © 1 c. July 
5, 1933; D 23729; Richard H. Lowe, 
Paterson, N.J. 5098 

Episode 2. Pulsing threads — 

The telegraph. © 1 c. July 5, 1933 ; 
D 23730; Richard H. Lowe, P.iter- 
son, N.J. 5099 



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pt. I, n. 



Romance (The) of engineering; a 
series of radio sketches, by Gerald 
W. Knight, Vincent J. Scanlan, and 
R. H. Lowe. Episode 3. The in- 
visible servant — Electric light and 
power. © 1 c. July 5, 1933; D 
23731 ; Richard H. Lowe, Paterson, 
N.J. 5100 

— — Episode 4. Motion and talk- 
ing pictures — The silver screen. © 
1 c. July 5, 1933 ; D 23732 ; Richard 
H. Lowe, Paterson, N.J. 5101 

Episode 5. Alladin's [!] 

lamp. © 1 c. July 5, 1933; D 
23733; Richard H. Lowe, Paterson. 
N.J. 5102 

Episode 6. History's pages — ■ 

The story of wood pulp. © 1 c. July 
5, 1933 ; D 23734 ; Richard H. Lowe, 
Paterson, N.J. 5103 

Episode 7. Old man river. 

©lc. July 5, 1933 ; D 23735 ; Rich- 
ard H. Lowe, Paterson, N.J. 5104 

Episode 8. The first link- 
Laying the Atlantic cable. © 1 c. 
July 5, 1933; D 2376S ; Richard H. 
Lowe, Paterson, N.J. 5105 

Episode 9. Down to the sea 

in ships — The steamship. © 1 c. 
July 5, 1933; D 23769; Richard H. 
Lowe, Paterson, N.J. 5106 

Rondi; a 3-act play, by Claire Carva- 
lho [i. e. C. C. Weiller] and C. 
Dawson. © 1 c. July 7, 1933; D 
23697; Claire Carvalho Weiller, 
Greenwich, Conn., and Coningsby 
Dawson, Newark, N.J. 5107 

Rooneys (The) in China; a musical 
specialty in 2 acts, by Arthur Le- 
Roy Kaser. Boston [1933] 43 p. 
12mo. Text. © July 26, 1933 : 2 c. 
Aug. 17 ; D 23819 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 5108 

Roosevelt at San Juan Hill. See 
Great moments in history. 

Routes (Les) ; comedie en 3 actes, de 
Robert Dol [pseud, of R. Caplain] 
© 1 c. July 26, 1933; D 23611: 
Robert Caplain, Paris. 5109 

Royal passage. See First nighter. 

Royal (The) reporter; Audition script, 
a series of radio programs, by D. 
Macfarland and Leonard Holton. © 
1 c. Aug. 3, 1933 ; D 23767 ; Jean V. 
Grombach, inc., New York. 5110 

Rumble (The) seat; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. C. Heller. © 1 c. Aug. 30. 
1933 ; D 24092 ; Lydia Caroline Hel- 
ler, Chambersburg, Pa. 5111 



Rumpel-stilt-skin ; a play for mario- 
nettes in 3 acts, dramatized by D. M. 
Osgood. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1933; D 
24033; Dorothy Marston Osgood, 
Sewickley, Pa. 5112 

Rusty keys: a play in 3 acts, by S. 

Cowan. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1933: 1) 
23953; Sada Cowan, Hollywood. 
Calif. 5113 

Sacred (The) mysteries of the ever- 
lasting sacrifice; a pageant-drama, 
by Reverend Mathias Hell'en. Mil- 
waukee, Wis. [1933] 64 p. 12mo. 
© Aug. 2, 1933; 2 c. Aug. 14; D 
23762; Catholic dramatic movement, 
Milwaukee. 5114 

Saint (The) in evening frock; drama 
in 2 acts, by Lillian Hendrick [i. e. 
L. von Matsch-Hendrickl © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1933; D 23949; Lillian von 
Matsch-Hendrick, Vienna. 5115 

Salad a. la Trixie ; a play in 1 act for 
junior high schools, by Lindsey Bar- 
bee. Chicago [1933] 28 p. 16mo. © 
Aug. 11, 1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 14 ; D 23758 : 
T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 5116 

Saturday sensation ; a play in 1 act, 
by Joan De Fraine. London, H. F. 
W. Deane & sons The year book 
press, ltd. [1933] 23, [1] p. diagr. 
12mo. ( [Village drama society 
plays]) © July 21, 1933: 1 c. Aug. 
7 ; D 23765 ; Joan De Fraine, Lough- 
ton, Essex, England. 5117 

Scarlet fringe: a 1-act play, by A. D. 
Pancera. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1933 : D 
23886; Alice Diaz Pancera, Pah, 
Alto, Calif. 5118 

Scarlet on snow ; a drama in 3 acts. 
by M. Thomas and H. Faussett. 
based on the novel of the same title 
by Kenneth Champion Thomas. © 
1 c. Aug. 22, 1933; D 23927; Mary 
Thomas and Hudson Faussett. Inter* 
laken, N. J. 5119 

Scenes from a southern plantation: a 
radio continuity, by Avalon Metcalf. 
© 1 c. Aug. 19. 1933 : D 23873 : 
Avalon Daggett Metcalf, Compton, 
Calif. &120 

Schoolma'm ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Charles Conrad [jr.] © 1 c. Aug. 
14. 1933; D 23S67 : Charles J. Con- 
rad, jr., Philadelphia. 5121 

Scribe of Canterbury : a comedy in 2 
acts with prologue, by R. J. Thomp- 
son. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1933; D 2404S ; 
Robert J. Thompson. Wyncote. Pa. 
5122 



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no. 8, 1933 



5201 



Seek, and ye shall find ; an evange- 
listic pageant, by Gladys Schaaf 
Evans. Los Angeles, Pageant pub- 
lishers, 1933. cover-title, 15 p. 8vo. 
[Music by various composers, as the 
music consists of standard hymns] 
© Aug. 1, 1933; 2 c. Sept. 5; D 
2S500; Lyman R. Bayard, Elsinore, 
Calif. 5123 

Self-made (The) god; a tragedy in 4 
acts, by A. Lefkowitz. © 1 c. Aug. 
19, 1933; D 23S80; Abe Lefkowitz, 
Mount Vernon, N. Y. 5124 

Senorita que arrojo el antifaz. See 
Fallen (The) mask. 

Sex marks the spot ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by A. Rogers. © 1 c. Aug. 
24, 1933: D 23928; Andy Rogers, 
New Orleans. 5125 

She wants a coat. See Big boy and 
sister. 

Shoemakers' (The) holiday; a comedy 
in a prologue and 5 acts, modern- 
ized by W. Johnston from the play 
by Thomas Dekker. © 1 c. Aug. 
21, 1933; D 23899; Winifred John- 
ston, Norman, Okla. 5126 

Si and Elmer ; pt. 2, Episodes 13-30, a 
radio play in 18 scenes, by Perry 
Crandall [i. e. P. C. Crandall] © 

1 c. Aug. 30, 1933; D 24086; Percy 
Clinton Crandall, Manhatton Beach, 
Calif. 5127 

Silver (The) cup; a Biblical play in 
5 acts, by E. Morris Fergusson. 
Tentative ed. Swarthmore, Pa., 
1933. 60 numb. 1., 1 1. diagr. 8vo. 
© July 31. 1933; 2 c. Aug. 2; D 
23655 ; E. Morris Fergusson, Swarth- 
more, Pa. 5128 

Sing, you sinner : a 1-act play for 
boys, by R. E. Hurd. © 1 c. July 
13. 1933; D 2364S ; Ray Ellsworth 
Hurd, Pittsburgh. 5129 

Skippy ; continuity nos. 423-480, a 
series of radio sketches, by Black- 
ett-Sample-Hummert. inc. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 28, 1933 ; D 23971-24028 ; 
Skippy, inc., McLean, Va. 

5130-5187 

Sleeping (The) clergyman; a play in 

2 acts, by James Bridie [pseud, of 
O. H. Mavor] © 1 c. Aug. 11, 
1933; D 23752; Osborne Henry 
Mavor, Glasgow. 5188 

Smart (The) set: a satirical comedy 

in 3 acts, by J. H. Shale, jr. © 1 c. 

Aug. 29, 1933; D. 24071; Josepb 

Harry Shale, jr., Larchmont, N. Y. 

5189 



Smoked out ; a play in 2 acts, by A. D. 
Pancera. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1933; D 
23885 ; Alice Diaz Pancera, Palo 
Alto, Calif. 5190 

Snake (The) in the grass; a melo- 

pnu }}ooiiOAi 'V £q 'S}Otf 8 ui Bnrejp 

G. S. Kaufman. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 

1933 ; D 23922 ; Alexander Woollcott 

and George S. Kaufman, New York. 

5191 

Snatch (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by K. 
Glasmon and Owen Francis. © 1 c. 
Aug. 19, 1933 ; D 23890 ; Kubec Glas- 
mon, Hollywood, Calif. 5192 

Sometimes even now ; a play in 3 acts 
[by] W. Chethani- Strode. London, 
Victor Gollancz ltd., 1933. 96 p. 
12mo. © July 24. 1933; 1 c. Aug. 
4; D 23654; Warren Chetham- 
Strode, London. 5193 

Song (The) of Rip Van Winkle; a 
drama in 3 acts, by J. C. Rosser, 
based on Rip Van Winkle by Wash- 
ington Irving. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1933 ; 
D 24031 : Jane Cozzens Rosser, Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 5194 

Song over all; a 3-act play, by B. 
Faber. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1933; D 
23917 ; Beatrice Faber, New York. 

5195 

Songs my mother taught me ; a drama 
in 1 act, bv B. Cutti. © 1 c. Aug. 
25, 1933; D 24041; Berta Cutti, 
New York. 5196 

Soul service, inc. ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by E. Y. Gilbert and J. R. Swain. 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1933 ; D 24073 ; John 
R. Swain, Avalon, N.J., and Eliza- 
beth Y. Gilbert. Cambridge, Mass. 

5197 

Souls of men ; a dramatic allegorical 
fantasy, by C. Bronner. © 1 c. 
Aug. 18, 1933; D 23859; Cleveland 
Bronner, S. Norwalk, Conn. 5198 

Spellbound ; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Schomer. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1933; D 
23792; Abraham Schomer, New 
York. 5199 

Spontaneous combustion ; a new play 
in 3 acts, by Philip and Frances 
Dunning. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1933; D 
23722 ; Philip and Frances Dunning, 



Westport, Conn. 



5200 



Story (The) of the Bible through 
Bible characters; a story by J. A. 
Selph, jr. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1933; D 
24074 ; John Archer Selph, jr., Rich- 
mond. 5201 



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5202 



pt. i, n. s., r. 6 



Strange humanity ; a play in 5 acts. 
by Roberta Shell. © 1 c. July 27. 
1933; D 23830: Mattie Roberta 
Shell, Atlantic City, N.J. 5202 

Strangest (The) interlude in a cen- 
tury of progress; a musical satire in 
2 acts, book by R. A. Thompson and 
O. D. Robinson, music by M. G. 
Merrill. © 1 c. June 19, 1933; D 
2S466; Opal D. Robinson. Chicago, 
Marie G. Merrill. Oak Park, 111., and 
Ruth A. Thompson, Chicago. 5203 

Striving upward ; a collection of tedi- 
ous dialogues in 4 acts, by J. H. 
Levine. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1933; D 
23831; Jules Harold Levine, New 
York. 5204 

Studio (The) couch : a play in 3 acts, 
by D. Morgan. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1933 ; 
D 23893; Deck Morgan, Okolona, 
Miss. 5205 

Studio for rent ; a play with a pro- 
logue, in 3 acts, by M. E. Heflich 
and L. C. Breaker. © 1 c July 29. 
1933; D 23691; M. E. Heflich and 
Lewis C. Breaker, New York. 5206 

Suicides — this way ! a play in 3 acts, 
by S. N. Linek and R. V. Kurlander. 
© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1933; D 23737; 
Stephen Norbert Linek and Regine 
V. Kurlander, Cleveland Hts., O. 

5207 

Summerfield's romance clinic ; Broad- 
cast no. 1, a series of radio sketches. 
by Marion H. Kneeland. © 1 c. 
Aug. 14, 1933; D 24103; Alfred 
Rooney co., Boston. 5208 

Sunny-girl ; a play in 3 acts, by B. C. 

Gray. © 1 e. Aug. 25, 1933; D 

23950; Bessie C. Gray, Princeville. 

111. 5209 

Superstition sketches ; a series of radio 

sketches, by C. De Lys. Black cat. 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1933; D 23663; 

Claudia De Lys, Stony Point-on- 

Hudson, N. Y. 5210 

Knocking on wood. © 1 c. 

Aug. 5, 1933; D 23662; Claudia 
De Lys, Stony Point-on-Hudson. 
N. Y. 5211 

Superwife ; a play in 3 acts, by Pat 
O'Mara. © 1 c. Aug. 21. 1933; D 
23898 ; Patrick O'Mara, Baltimore. 

5212 

Sur le pont d'Avignon ; piece en 2 
actes, par Susanna Myers. 1933. 1 
p. 1., 23 numb. 1. 4to. © July 18, 
1933 ; 1 c. July 25 ; 1 c. Aug. 12 : D 
23824 ; Susanna Myers, New York. 

5213 



Surrender ; a play in 3 acts, by Kath- 
ryn McClure. © 1 c Aug. 11, 1933; 
D 23739: Kathryn Ernestine Mc- 
Clure, Modesto, Calif. 5214 

Swastika; a play in 7 scenes, by D. 
Hellman. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1933; D 
24080; Doris Hellman, Brooklyn. 

5215 

Sylvia : a drama in 3 acts, by O. M. 
Macko. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1933; I> 
23632: Charles Michael Mack... Phil- 
adelphia. r,216 

Talkie; a play in 4 acts, by M. Gitlin, 
adapted from the German play : 
Tonfilm, by Rudolph Lothar, Fritz 
Gottwald and Fritz Lunzer. © 1 c. 
Aug. 15. 1933 ; D 23801 ; Murray Git- 
lin, Highland Park, 111. 5217 

Talkie picture time; a series of radio 
sketches, by B. E. Ryder. July 18, 
1933. The bright flame. © 1 c. 
Aug. 9, 1933; D 23700; Chas. 1'. 
Hughes productions, inc., Chicago. 

5218 

July 25, 1933. Headlines. 

© 1 c. Aug. 9. 1933; D 23701: ('has. 

P. Hughes productions, inc.. Chicago. 

5219 

Aug. 1, 1933. The kinus 

trick. © 1 c. Aug. 9. 1933 ; D 2: 17(12 ; 

Chas. P. Hughes productions, inc.. 

Chicago. 5220 

Tanz der millionen ; ein speil in 3 
akten, von Beda und Klemens [i. e. 
Fritz Lohner-Beda und Klemeiis 
Weitz-Clewe] Wien, Berlin [1932 1 
cover-title. 23 p. 8vo. Regie- und 
soufflierbuch. © Aug. 15. 1932 ; 1 c. 
Dec. 2; D 23657; Verlag Max Pfef- 
fer, Vienna. 5221 

Targets; comedy in 3 acts, by P.iule 
Regel [pseud, of] S. Cauuet. © 1 
c. Aug. 16. 1933; D 23839 ; Suzette 
Cauuet, Chicago. 5222 

Tarzan of the apes; a series of radio 
sketches, by Edgar Rice Burroughs. 
Episodes 195-209. © 1 c. each Aug. 
14. 1933; D 23777-23791 ; Edgar Rice 
Burroughs, inc.. Tarzana. Calif. 

5223-5237 

Episodes 21(1-222. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 14. 1933 ; D 23S03-23815 ; 
Edgar Rice Burroughs, inc.. Tar- 
zana, Calif. 5238-52-»<> 

Ted and Etta Gunther. the newlyweds 
and their St. Bernard puppies; ;i 
skit, by E. Gunther. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1933; D 23962; Etta Gunther. New 
York. 5251 



238 



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no. 8, 1933 



5271 



That certain Satan ; a comedy in 1 
act, bv Len D. Hollister. Chicago 
[1933] 11 p. 16mo. © Aug. 11. 
1933: 2 c. Aug. 14; D 23757; T. S. 
Denison & co., Chicago. 5252 

That Robinson family ; Script nos. 1, 2, 
a series of radio sketches, by Edith 
Meiser. © 1 c. each Aug. 25. 1933 ; 
D 24051, 24052; McKnight and Jor- 
dan, inc., New York. 5253, 5254 

Their own affairs ; a 1-act comedy, by 
Chas. W. Cooper. © 1 c. Aug. 2S. 
1933; D 24030; Charles William 
Cooper, Los Angeles. 5255 

Then came Abbv ! a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Carl V. Shaw [pseud, of C. W. 
Treichler] © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1933; 
D 23834; Charles Wisner Treichler. 
Norristown, Pa. 5256 

They overheard ; a play in 3 acts, by 
V. Less and L. Less. © 1 c. Aug. 
23, 1933 ; D 23921 ; Virginia Less and 
Louis Less. San Francisco. 5257 

They presented gifts; an episode of 
old Bethlehem on the day following 
the first Christmas, a Christmas 
service of story and song, story by 
Martha Bayly, music by I. H. Mere- 
dith. New York, N.Y., 1933. 20 p. 
8vo. © July 31, 1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 24 ; 
D 28496; Tullar-Meredith co., New 
York. 5258 

This modern instance; a comedy in 3 
acts, by D. West. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 
1933; D 23838; Dorothy West, Ar- 
dentown, Del. 5259 

Three diamonds ; a radio sketch, by 
Catherine Armbrister. (Diamond 
dramas) © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1933; D 
23941 ; Miracle diamonds Corp., Salt 
Lake City. 5260 

Three moss roses ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Helen A. Monsell. Chicago [1933] 
77 p. 12mo. © Aug. 24, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 28; D 24040; Dramatic pub. 
co., Chicago. 5261 

Three occult plays ; [three 1-act plays, 
by] Beatrice Wood. [Wheaton, 111., 
The Theosophical press, Olcott, 
1933] cover-title, 4 p. 1., [2]-60 p. 
4to. Contents.— The door that did 
not close. — Corridor E. — The empty 
armchair. © June 28, 1933; 2 c. 
July 10; D 23656; Beatrice Wood, 
Wheaton, 111. 5262 

Thru eyes of love; a play in 3 acts, 

by M. Trouk. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1933 ; 

D 24066; Millette Trouk, Brooklyn. 

5263 



To where do the angels go ; a play in 2 
parts, with an epilogue, by Frances 
de Lurcy [pseud, of M. Gabriel)] 
© 1 c. July 3, 1933 ; D 23647 ; Mer- 
cedes Gabriel, Gloucester, Mass. 

5264 

Tom and Hack. See Radio adaptation 
of Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer and 
Huckleberry Finn. 

Tom Jones ; a comedy in 3 acts, a 
dramatization of Henry Fielding's 
novel by R. Wallsten. © 1 c. Aug. 
5, 1933; D 23666; Robert Wallsten, 
New York. 5265 

Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. 
See Radio adaptation of Mark 
Twain's Tom Sawyer and Huckle- 
berry Finn. 

Tonfilm. See Talkie. 

Toward Deadwood ; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. McGrath. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1933; D 23970; Frank McGrath, 
Central Valley, N.Y. 5266 

Townsend (The) murder mystery; by 
Octavus Roy Cohen. New York, 
London, D. Appleton-Century com- 
pany, 1933. viii p., 1 1., 277,' [1] p. 
8vo. © Aug. 7, 1833 ; 2 c. and aff. 
Aug. 9; A 63865; Octavus Roy 
Cohen, Birmingham, Ala. 5266* 

Toymaker's (The) doll; a Christmas 
play in 1 act, by Marion Holbrook. 
Chicago [1933] 23 p. 12mo. © 
Aug. 24, 1933; 2 c. Aug. 28; D 
24039; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 
5267 

Tragodie (Die) des menschen ; drama- 
tisches gedicht [in 15 bildern] von 
Imre Madach. Aus dem ungarischen 
iibertragen von Jeno Mohacsi. 
Budapest, Leipzig, Dr. Georg Vajna 
und co. [1933] 207 p. 12mo. © 
May 29, 1933 ; 1 c. June 28 ; D 23725 ; 
Alexander Marton, Budapest. 5268 

Treasure Island; Episodes 1-6, 13, a 
serial radio drama, by W. B. Crosby, 
adapted from Robert Louis Steven- 
son's adventure classic of the same 
title. © 1 c. July 18, 1933 ; D 23629 ; 
Willard B. Crosby, New York. 5269 

Tpn jthh; nbeca 3 fleflcTBiH 4 KapTHHti. 
BDpia: Hepmi. 

Three days, a play in 3 acts, by 
G. V. Cherny. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1933 ; 
D 24036; George V. Cherny, Chi- 
cago. 5270 

Trippers (The) ; a series of radio 
sketches, by Maxine Finsterwald. © 
1 c. Aug. 11, 1933; D 23728; Lucy 
E. Kurtzman, Detroit. 5271 



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5272 



pt. i, n. s., v. 6 



Tu Lee, the daughter of Chia Ling; 
comic opera in 2 acts, by C. Nagel. 
Text. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1933 ; D 23681 ; 
Clotilde Nagel, San Antonio. 5272 

Twenty-one good monologues ; by Olive 
White Fortenbacher, Edith Lowell, 
Mildred W. Baker, Corinne Harris 
Markey, Jay Tobias, Madeleine A. 
Chaffee. Boston [1933] 142 p. 
12iiio. © Aug. 1, 1933 ; 2 c. and aff. 
Aug. 11 ; A 63875 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 5272* 

Twisted (The) cross; a play in 3 acts, 
by O. Dymow, adapted by W. 
Schack. © 1 c. July 21, 1933; D 
23625; Ossip Dymow and William 
Schack, Brooklyn. 5273 

Two coffees, two! (Deux cafes, 
deux) ; scenario, by S. Geneen. © 
1 c. Aug. 19, 1933; D 23878; Sascha 
Geneen, New York. 5274 

Two little errors ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Ellen B. Fritts [pseud, of N. B. 
Fritts] © 1 c. July 18, 1933; D 
23689; Nellie Barhyte Fritts, Little 
Falls, N.J. 5275 

Umbrella (An) for two; a comedy in 
1 act, by Ellen B. Fritts [pseud, of 
N. B. Fritts] © 1 c. July 18, 1933 ; 
D 23690 ; Nellie Barhyte Fritts, Lit- 
tle Falls, N.J. 5276 

Under suspicion ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Jared Master. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1933 ; 
D 23709; Jared Douglas Master, 
Toronto, Canada. 5277 

Unexpected (The) bridegroom; a play 
in 5 acts, by M. F. Daly. © 1 c. 
Aug. 5, 1933; D 23659; Margaret 
Frances Daly, Massapequa, L.I., 

N.Y. 5278 

Unter clem vollen mond ; schauspiel in 
3 akten, von Hellmuth Unger. © 1 
c. Aug. 12, 1932; D 23711; Ver- 
triebsstelle des Verbandes deutscher 
biihnenschriftsteller unci biihnen- 
komponisten, g.m.b.h., Berlin. 5279 

Valhalla ; a musical play in 3 acts, 
dialogue, lyrics and music, by B. E. 
Lane. Text. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1933; 
D 23672 ; Beatrice Eccleston Lane, 
Flint, Mich. 5280 

Verlobnis (Das) ; schauspiel in 3 
aufziigen [von] Richard Billinger. 
Miinchen. 1933. 56, [1] p. 16mo. 
© Dec. 31, 1932 ; 1 c. Mar. 30, 1933 ; 
D 23714; Albert Langen — Georg 
Miiller verlag, g.m.b.h., Munich. 

5281 



Very (The) latest wrinkle; a sketch, 
by J. R. Leigh. © 1 c. July 27, 
1933; D 24101; John Randolph 
Leigh, New York. 5282 

Very (The) little giant and the rather 
stupid wizard ; or, Wbirligiggle and 
the King's beard, a play in 3 acts, 
by K. Millay. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1933 ; 
D 23836; Kathleen Millay, New 
York. 5283 

Victory ; a drama in 6 scenes, by H. 
Besse. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1933; D 
23901; Helen Besse, S. Pasadena, 
Calif. 52S4 

Vie (La) d'une mere; un drama en 4 
actes, par R. E Ethier. © 1 c. Aug. 
11, 1933 ; D 23736 ; Rosario E. Ethier, 
Spencer, Mass. 5285 

Voice (The) from the sky— Radio. 
See Romance of engineering. 

Wager (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 

L. Moore. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1933 ; D 

23947 ; Lucille Moore, Newfield, Me. 

5286 

Wanted — a lover ; or, Blue plus blue, 
a comedy in 3 acts, by Rowena Em- 
mitt [pseud, of R. K. Beebe] © 1 c. 
Aug. 18. 1933 ; D 23862 ; Rowena K. 
Beebe, Detroit. 5287 

Warning (The) paragraph; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Agnes Kerr. © 1 c. 
Aug. 9, 1933 ; D 23910 ; Agnes Mary 
Kerr, Greenwich, Conn. 52S8 

Was- fang ich mit ihr an? lustspiel in 
4 akten, von P. Mantler, nach einer 
idee von C. Gidt. © 1 c. May 20, 
1932; D 23713; Vertriebsstelle des 
Verbandes deutscher biihnenschrift- 
steller und buhnenkomponisten, 
g. m. b. h., Berlin. 5289 

Way (The) of desire; a 3-act play, by 
J. W. Miller. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1933 ; 
D 24060; Joseph Wayne Miller. 
Rochester, N. Y 5290 

What a strange coincidence ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by L. Howell-Mullally. 
© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1933 ; D 2365S ; Lois 
Howell-Mnllally, New Brighton. S. I., 
N. Y. 5291 

What is man? a sketch, by A. Rice. 
© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1933 ; D 24104 ; Andy 
Rice, New York. 5292 

What price sex; a drama in 4 parts, 

by M. Boros. © 1 c. Aug 12, 1933 ; 

D 2374S; Morris- Boros, New York. 

5293 



240 



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no. 8, 1933 



5308 



What shall it profit? a temperance 
play [in 4 scenes] by Ira H. Frantz. 
1933. 40 p. 12mo. © July 22, 
1933; 1 c. Aug. 2; 1 c. Aug. 19; D 
23942; Ira H. Frantz, Grand Junc- 
tion, Col. 5294 

When the little angel sang; a 1-act 
Christmas play, by Lillian Dunlap 
George. Chicago [1933] 23 p. 
16mo. © Aug. 11, 1933; 2 c. Aug. 
14; D 23761; T. S. Denison & co., 
Chicago. 5295 

Whirligiggle and the King's beard. 
See Very little giant and the rather 
stupid wizard. 

White darkness; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. Leavitt. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1933; 
D 24111; Elizabeth Leavitt, New 
York. 5296 

Wild justice ; a play in 3 acts, by Olga 
Helms and William Rodon [pseud, of 
W. C. Hill] © 1 e. Aug. 19, 1933 ; 
D 23875; Olga Silling Helms and 
William Creecy Hill, Washington. 

5297 

Wilson ; a musical play in 3 acts, words 
by M L. Oliver and Winslow Brooks, 
music by M. L. Oliver. © 1 c. July 
14, 1933; D 28486; Mary Lindsay- 
Oliver, New York. 5298 

Wilson vs. Wilson. See Divorce spe- 
cialist. 

Winners ; a play in 7 scenes, by J. K. 
Hodges. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1933; D 
23743 ; John King Hodges, New 
York. 5299 

Witches' (The) chauldron; by Ed- 
ward L. Friedman. [1933] 36 
numb. 1. fol. Caption-title. © July 



6, 1933 ; 2c. July 10 ; D 23620; Radio 
features service, Pueblo, Col. 5300 

With the dawn; a mystery drama in 
3 acts, by W. J. Utter. © 1 c. Aug. 
18, 1933; D 23861; Willis J. Utter, 
Newark, N.Y. 5301 

Woman to be ; a play in 7 pictures, by 
Victory Eftimiu, translation, by A. 
A. Kraushaar. §lc. July 31, 1933 ; 
D 23756; Arnold Adolphe Krau- 
shaar, Hollywood, Calif. 5302 

Wreckage; a play in 3 acts, by Caro- 
line Arnold [pseud, of C. I. Gross] 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1933; D 23795; 
Caroline I. Gross, New York. 5303 

Wuthering Heights ; a dramatization 
in 3 acts of Emily Bronte's novel, by 
R. Carter [jr.] © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1933 ; 
D 23678 ; Randolph Carter, jr., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 5304 

Yellow (The) eye; a radio sketch, by 
Alice Ward. (Diamond dramas) © 
1 c. Aug. 24, 1933 ; D 23936 : Miracle 
diamonds Corp., Salt Lake City. 

5305 

Younger (The) brother; a play in 5 
scenes, by Albert Elijah Averill. © 
1 c. Aug. 14, 1933 ; D 23775 ; Albert 
E. Averill, Rockland, Me. 5306 

Yu hu ; a musical comedy in 2 acts, by 
D. Kusell and B. Robinson. Text. 
© 1 c. Aug. 9, 1933 ; D 23870 ; Daniel 
Kusell, Larchmont, N.Y., and Bert- 
ram Robinson, New York. 5307 

36 hours; a play in 3 acts, by C. M. 
Sharpsten. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1933; 
D 23747; Charles MacDowell 
Sharpsten, Los Angeles. 5308 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalogue since 
Jan. 1, 1933: 

Dramatic compositions (including 3,585 unpublished) 3,955 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages 235 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 64 unpublished) 95 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages 34 

Total 4,319 



241 



TITLE OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 

1909 [5308 



At Yale. See Life at Yale. 

Battle (A) of minds. See In the 
mystic world. 

Blue (The) moon; book by Harold 
Ellis, lyrics by Paul A. Rubens. 
Percy Greenbank and C. H. Taylor, 
music by Paul A. Rubens and How- 
ard Talbot. [Lyrics only] © Her- 
bert Rubens and A. N. Tayler, % 
Miss K. Chesher, London, as the 
executors of one of the authors of 
the lyrics. R 26662, Aug. 26, 1933. 1 

Brown of Harvard ; a play in 4 acts, 
by Rida Johnson Young. © William 
A Schroeder, Wilton, Conn., as the 
executor. R 26416, July 11, 1933. 2 

Enfant (L') cherie ; piece en 4 actes, 
par Remain Coolus [pseud, of R. C. 
Weil] © Rene Weil. Paris, as the 
author. R 26484, July 18, 1933. 3 

Griff e (La) ; piece en 4 actes, par 
H. Bernstein. © Henry Bernstein, 
Paris, as the author. R 26485, Julv 
18, 1933. 4 

Hennetons (Les) ; comedie en 3 actes, 
par Eugene Brieux. © Jeanne 
Brieux, Paris, as the widow of the 
author. R 26483, July 18, 1933. 5 



In the mystic world ; or, A battle of 
minds, a drama in 5 acts, by T. P. 
Bayer. © Theobald Percy Bayer, 
New York, as the author. R 26415, 
July 7, 1933. 6 

Life at Yale; or, At Yale, a college 
play in 3 acts, by O. Davis. © 
Owen Davis, New York, as the au- 
thor. R 26424, July 11, 1933. 7 

Marche (La) nuptiale . . .; par Henry 
Bataille. © Yvonne de Bray. Paris. 
as the executor. R 26480, July IS. 
1933. 8 

Piste (La) ; comedie en 3 actes, par 
Victorien Sardou. © Genevieve de 
Flers, Paris, as the executor. R 
26486, July 18, 1933. 9 

Rat'ala (La) ; piece en 3 actes, par 
H. Bernstein. © Henry Bernstein, 
Paris, as the author. R 26481, 
July 18, 1933. 10 

Reveil (Le) ; piece en 3 actes, par 
Paul Hervieu. © Robert Hervieu, 
Paris, as the executor. R 26482, 
July 18, 1933. 11 

Vers l'amour ; piece en 5 actes, par 
Leon Gandillot. © Magdeleine Marie 
Rosalie Olivier, Neuilly (Seine) 
France, as the executor. R 26479, 
July 18, 1933. 12 



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MOTION PICTURES 



Acl man. See No marriage ties. 

Animals of the zoo. Reel. © Apr. 

3, 1933 ; 1 e. July 13 ; 1 c. July 25 ; 

description Aug. 7; M 4206; Erpi 

picture consultants, inc., New York. 

5309 

Another language; from the Arthur 
J. Beckharcl production of the play 
Another language written by Rose 
Franken, screen play by Herman J. 
Mankiewicz and Donald Ogden Ste- 
wart, directed by Edward H. Grif- 
fith. 8 reels. © July 25, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Aug. 14 ; L 4062 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., New 
York. 5310 

Aphids. Reel. © Apr. 3, 1933; 1 c. 
July 13 ; 1 c. July 25 ; description 
Aug. 7; M 4205; Erpi picture con- 
sultants, inc., New York. 5311 

Around the fair with Burton Holmes ; 
by H. T. Cowling. (A Century of 
progress) Reel. © June 15, 1933 ; 
2 c. July 24; description Aug. 28; 
M 4245 ; Burton Holmes films, inc., 
Chicago. 5312 

As modern as today. © title, descrip- 
tion and 5 prints reed. Aug. 22, 1933 ; 
M 4222 ; Chicago daily news, inc., 
Chicago. 5313 

Beer and bicycles. See Stolen by 
Gypsies ; or, Beer and bicycles. 

Beer and pretzels. (An M-G-M re- 
vue) 2 reels. © Aug. 21, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Aug. 28; L 4074; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 5314 

Belgian village; by H. T. Cowling. (A 
Century of progress) Reel. © 
June 15, 1933 ; 2 c. July 24 ; descrip- 
tion Aug. 28; M 4248; Burton 
Holmes films, inc., Chicago. 5315 

Big executive; from a story by Alice 
Duer Miller, screen play by Laur- 
ence Stallings, directed by Erie C. 
Kenton. 7 reels, © Aug. 17, 1933; 
2 c. Aug. 17; description Aug. 18; 
L 4064 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 5316 



Blind adventure; by Ruth Rose, di- 
rected by Ernest B. Sehoedsack. 7 
reels. © Aug. 18, 1933 ; 2 c. and 
description Aug. 31; L 4080; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 

5317 

Broadway gossip ; reported by Leo 
Donnelly. (Columnist news reel) 

1 reel each. © Frank M. Seltzer, 
New York. 5318, 5319 

No. 5. © Apr. 30>, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Aug. 24; M 4226. 

No. 6. © June 18, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Aug. 21 ; M 4220 1 . 

By appointment only; screen play and 
dialogue by Robert Ellis, directed by 
Frank R. Strayer. 7 reels. © July 
28, 1933; 2 c. July 29; description 
July 31; L 4043; Invincible pic- 
tures corp., New York. 5320 

Capers in clay. See Hodge podge. 

Captain Henry's radio show. Reel. 
© Aug. 9, 1933; 2 c. Aug. 10; de- 
scription Aug. 12; L 4058; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Holly wood, 
Calif. 5321 

Castilian (A) garden; no. 1539, di- 
rected by Joseph Henabery. Reel. 
© Aug. 1, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Aug. 2; M 4193; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 5322 

Champions. Reel. © Aug. 17, 1933; 

2 c. Aug. 17; description Aug. 18; 
M 4215 ; Columbia pictures corp., 
New York. 5323 

Divorce (A) courtship; story by Jack 
Townley, directed by George Ste- 
vens. 2 reels. © July 3, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Aug. 3 ; L 4050 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
5324 

Double harness ; from the play by Ed- 
ward Poor Montgomery, screen play 
by Jane Murfin, directed by John 
Cromwell. 8 reels. © July 21, 
1933; 2 c. and description Aug. 3; 
L 4051 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 5325 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 6 



Dough nuts ; by Frank Sherman & 
Geo. Rune. Reel. © July 10, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Aug. 31 ; M 
4260; RKO-radio pictures, inc., New 
York. 5326 

Down swing ; directed by George E. 
Marshall. (Episode no. 4 of How 
to break 90) Reel. © Aug. 16, 
1933; 2 c. and description Aug. 17; 
M 4211 ; Vitaphone Corp., New York. 
5327 

Enchanted (The) Island; by H. T. 
Cowling. (A Century of progress) 
Reel. © July 15, 1933; 2 c. July 
24; description Aug. 28; M 4250; 
Burton Holmes films, inc., Chicago. 
5328 

Fair (The) at night ; by H. T. Cowl- 
ing. (A Century of Progress) 
Reel. © July 15, 1933 ; 2 c. July 24 ; 
description Aug. 28 ; M 4253 ; Burton 
Holmes films, inc., Chicago. 5329 

Fair (The) from the air; by H. T. 
Cowling. (A Century of progress) 
Reel. © July 15, 1933 ; 2 c. July 24 ; 
description Aug. 28 ; M 4247 ; Burton 
Holmes films, inc., Chicago. 5330 

Fiji and Samoa, the Cannibal Isles. 
(A FitzPatrick traveltalk) Reel. 
© July 11, 1933; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Aug. 7; M 4204; Metro-Gold- 
wyn-Mayer corp., New York. 5331 

Fine points ; directed by George E. 
Marshall. (Episode no. 6 of How to 
break 90) Reel. © Aug. 3, 1933; 
2 c. and description Aug. 3 ; M 4195 : 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 5332 

Flying devils ; from a story by Louis 
Stevens, screen play by Louis Ste- 
vens and Byron Morgan, directed by 
Russell Birdwell. 7 reels. © June 
21, 1933; 2 c. and description Aug. 
31; L 4079; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 5333 

Fundamentals (The) of selling; by 
Russell W. Varney. © title, descrip- 
tion and 28 prints reed. Aug. 22, 
1933; M 4223; Standard brands, inc.. 
New York. 5334 

Goodbye again ; based on the play by 
George Haight & Alan Scott, screen 
play by Ben Markson. directed by 
Michael Curtiz. 7 reels. © Aug. 1, 
1933; 2 c. and description Aug. 2; 
L 4046 ; First national pictures, inc.. 
New York. 5335 

Gordon of Ghost City ; suggested by a 
story by Peter B. Kyne, screen play 
by Ella O'Neill, George Plympton, 
Basil Dickey, Het Manheim and 



Harry Hoyt, directed by Ray Tay- 
lor. 2 reels each. © Universal pic- 
tures corp., New York. 5336-5339 
Chapter 2, The Stampede. © Aug. 
10, 1933; 2 c. and description Aug. 
11; L 4059. 
Chapter 3, Trapped. © Aug. 10, 
1933; 2 c. Aug. 8; description Aug. 
11 ; L 4060. 
Chapter 4. The Man of mystery. © 
Aug. 17. 1933; 2 c. Aug. 30; de- 
scription Aug. IS ; L 4< 176. 
Chapter 5, Riding for life ! © Aug. 
29, 1933; 2 c. Sept. 1; description 
Aug. 30; L 40S4. 

Happy warriors ; explanatory remarks 
by Pete Smith, directed by Jules 
White. (An M-G-M oddity) Reel. 
© Aus. 21, 1933: 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Aug. 28; M 4242: Metro-Gold- 
wyn-Mayer corp., New York. 5340 

Headline shooter ; suggested by a story 
Muddy waters by Wallace West, 
screen play by Agnes Christine 
Johnston and Allen Ilivkin. addi- 
tional dialogue by Arthur Kober, 
directed by Otto I .rower. 7 reels. 
© July 28. 1933: 2 c. and description 
Aug. 31; L 40S1: RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 5341 

Her first mate; play by Daniel Jar- 
rett and John Golden : screen play 
by Earle Snell and Clarence Marks, 
directed by William Wyler. 7 reels. 
© July 31, 1933: 2 c. Aug. 1: de- 
scription Aug. 2: L 4044: Universal 
pictures Corp., New York. 5342 

Hip action : directed by George E. 
Marshall. (Episode no. 3 of How 
to break 90) Reel. © Aug. 1, 
1933; 2 c. and description Aug. 
3 ; M 4194 ; Vitaphone Corp.. New 
York. 5343 

Hodge podge ; Capers in clay. Reel. 
© Aug. 9, 1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 9 ; descrip- 
tion Aug. 12; M 4209: Lyman H. 
Howe films co., inc., Wilkes-Barre, 
Pa. 5344 

Hollywood on parade : no. Bl : pro- 
duced by Louis Lewyn. Keel. © 
Aug. 17, 1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 17 ; descrip- 
tion Aug. 18 ; L 4065 ; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 
5345 

I like mountain music ; drawings by 
Isadore Freleng and Larry Martin. 
(No. 10 of Merrie melodies) Reel. 
© Aug. 3. 1933 : 2 c. and description 
Aug. 3 ; M 4196 ; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 5346 



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no. 8, 1933 



5364 



Impact : directed by George E. Mar- 
shall. (Episode no. 5 of How to 
break 90) Reel. © Aug. 4, 1933; 
2 c. and description Aug. 4 ; M 4202 ; 
Vitaphone Corp., New York. 5347 

Indian village ; by H. T. Cowling. (A 
Century of progress) Reel. © 
June 15. 1933 ; 2 c. July 24 ; descrip- 
tion Aug. 28; M 4251; Burton 
Holmes films, inc., Chicago. 5348 

Indian whoopee; by Mannie Davis. 
(Aesop's sound fables) Reel. © 
Julv 7, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
Aug. 31; M 4258: RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 5349 

Inflation : explained by Pete Smith, 
directed by Zion Myers. Reel. © 
July 21. 1933; 2 c. and description 
Aug. 2; M 4191; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 5350 

Kickin' the crown around ; story by 
Baker Burns Kaye, screen play by 
Ben Holmes, directed by Sam White. 
2 reels. © Aug. 30, 1933 ; 2 c. and 
description Aug. 31 ; L 4083 ; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 

5351 

King Klunk; animated and directed 
by Walter Lantz and William Nolan. 
(Pooch the pup cartoon) Reel. 
© Aug. 29, 1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 29 ; de- 
scription Aug. 31 ; M 4257 ; Universal 
pictures corp., New York. 5352 

Lama temple; by H. T. Cowling. (A 
Century of progress) Reel. © June 
15. 1933; 2 c. July 24; description 
Aug. 28; M 4252; Burton Holmes 
films, inc., Chicago. 5353 

Last (The) trail ; from the story by 
Zane Grey, screen play by Stuart 
Anthony, directed by James Tinling. 
7 reels. © Aug. 8, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Aug. 28 ; L 4073 ; Fox 
film corp., New York. 5354 

Love in tents ; story by David Freed- 
man and Max Hayes, directed by 
Lynn Shores. 2 reels. © Aug. 18, 
1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 18 ; description Aug. 
22 ; L 4009 ; Columbia pictures corp., 
New York. 5355 

Man (The) of mystery. See Gordon 
of Ghost City. 

Marriage humor ; story by Dean Ward 
and Vernon Dent, directed by Harry 
J. Edwards. 2 reels. © Aug. 17, 
1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 17 ; description Aug. 



IS ; L 4066 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 5356 

Meet the champ ; story and adaptation 
by Luther Reed, Ralph Ceder and 
Scott E. Cleethorpe, directed by Del 
Lord. 2 reels. © Aug. 2, 1933; 
2 c. Aug. 3 ; description Aug. 4 ; L 
4052 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 5357 

Menu ; story by Thorne Smith, explan- 
atory remarks by Pete Smith, di- 
rected by Nick Grinde. (An M-G-M 
oddity) Reel. © Aug. 23, 1933; 
2 c. and description Aug. 28; M 
4243 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 
New York. 5358 

Midnight (The) patrol; directed by 
Lloyd French. (A Laurel-Hardy 
comedy) 2 reels. © Aug. 3, 1933; 
2 c. and description Aug. 28 ; L 4075 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., New 
York. 5359 

Muddy waters. See Headline shooter. 

Neighbors' wives ; screen play and 
adaptation by John Francis Natte- 
ford, directed by Breezy Eason. 7 
reels. © July 26, 1933 ; 2 c and de- 
scription Aug. 9; L 4053; Fanchon 
Royer pictures, inc., New York. 

5360 

No (The) man; no. 1540^41, story by 
A. Dorian Otvos and Cyrus Wood, 
directed by Roy Mack. 2 reels. © 
Aug. 14, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Aug. 14 ; L 4061 ; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 5361 

No marriage ties; from the play Ad 
man by Arch Gaffney and Charles 
W. Curran, adaptation by Sam 
Mintz, dialogue by H. W. Hane- 
mann and Arthur Caesar, directed 
by J. Walter Ruben. 8 reels. ©> 
Aug. 11, 1933: 2 c. and description 
Aug. 31; L 4082; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 5362 

Nothing but the tooth; no. 1542-43, 
story by Alan Wood & Glen Lam- 
bert, directed by Joseph Henabery. 
2 reels. © Aug. 3, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Aug. 3; L 4047; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 5363 

Notorious but nice; story by Adeline 
Leitzbach, screen play and dialogue 
by Carol Webster, directed by Rich- 
ard Thorpe. 7 reels. © Aug. 17, 
1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 18 ; description Aug. 
21 ; L 4067 ; Chesterfield motion pic- 
tures corp., New York. 5364 



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5365 



pt.i. 



Old (An) fashioned news reel; writ- 
ten by Miller & Lehr, narrated by 
Lew Lehr. (Do you remember) 
Keel. © July 2, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Aug. 21 ; M 4219 ; Memo- 
ries, inc., New York. 5305 

Old (The) man of the mountain; ani- 
mated by Bernard Wolf and Thomas 
Johnson, directed by Dave Fleischer. 
Reel. © Aug. 2, 1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 3 ; 
description Aug. 4 ; M 4201 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 5366 

On the air — and off; story by Ballard 
MacDonald, directed by Lynn 
Shores. 2 reels. © Aug. 29, 1933 ; 
2 c. Aug. 29 ; description Aug. 31 ; 
L 4077 ; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 5367 

Opening day ceremonies and The 
Queen & her court ; by H. T. Cow- 
ling. (A century of progress) Reel. 
© June 15, 1933; 2 c. July 24; de- 
scription Aug. 28; M 4249; Burton 
Holmes films, inc., Chicago. 5368 

Pale-face. (Flip the frog cartoon) 
Reel. © Aug. 12, 1933 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Aug. 18; M 4216; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

5369 

Paramount pictorial ; no. 1. Reel. © 
Aug. 9, 1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 10 ; descrip- 
tion Aug. 12: M 4210: Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 
5370 

Paramount sound news ; no. 1. 97-104 

1 reel each. © July 8, 11, 15. 18. 22, 
25, 29. Aug. 1, 5. 1933: 2 c. each 
Aug. 25 : description each Aug. 26 ; 
M 4231—1239; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

5371-5379 

Pathe news. 1 reel each. © Pathe 
news, inc., New York. 53S0-5385 

No. 97,98. ©July 1, 5, 1933; 2 c. 

and description each Aug. 3 ; M 

4198, 4199. 
No. 99, 100. © July S, 12. 1933; 2 

c. and description each Aug. 10; 

M 4207. 4208. 
No. 101, 102. © July 15, 19. 1933; 

2 c. and description each Aug. 17; 

M 4212. 4213. 

Pathe review : no. 7. edited by Thomas 
Chalmers. Reel. © Aug. 4. 1933; 

2 c. and description Aug. 7 ; M 4203 : 
Pathe news, inc., New York. 3386 



Pilgrimage; story by I. A. R. Wylie, 
screen play by .Philip Klein and 
Barry Conners, dialogue by Dudley 
Nichols, directed by John Ford. 10 
reels. © Apr. 24, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Aug. 10; L 4056; Fox 
film corp., New York. 5387 

Police call; story and adaptation by 
Norman Keen, continuity by .Jean 
Hartley, directed by Philip II. Whit- 
man. 6 reels. © Aug. 5, l!). - ;:! ; 2 c. 
Aug. 8; description Aug. 9: L 4035; 
Showmen's pictures, inc., New York. 
3388 

Quiet please! story by Geoige Stevens 

6 Fred Guiol, directed by George 
Stevens. 2 reels. © Aug. 28, 1933; 
2 c. and description Aug. 31 ; L 
4078 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New 
York. 5389 

Riding for life ! See Gordon of Ghost 
City. 

Right (The) road to sales; by Rus- 
sell W. Varney. © title, descrip- 
tion and 43 prints reed. Aug. 22, 
1933; M 4224; Standard brands, inc.. 
New York. 5390 

Samarang; by Lori Bara. story by 
Lori Bara, directed by Ward Wing. 

7 reels. © Aug. 24, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Aug. 24; L 4070: United 
artists corp., New York. 5391 

Screen souvenirs; no. 1. Reel. © 
Aug. 25, 1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 25 : descrip- 
tion Aug. 26: M 4241: Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood. Calif. 
53! i2 

Seeing Samoa ; no. 1423. Reel. © 
Aug. 1, 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
Aug. 2: M 4192; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 5393 

Shuffle off to Buffalo: drawings by 
Isadore Freleng and Paul Smith. 
(No. 11 of Merrie melodies) Reel. 
© Aug 3. 1933: 2 c. and description 
Aug. 3: M 4197: Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 3394 

Song (The) of songs; from the novel 
by Hermann Sudermann and the 
play by Edward Sheldon, screen play 
by Leo Birinski and Samuel Hoffen- 
stein, directed by Rouben Mamou- 
lian. 10 reels. © Aug. 9, 1933; 
2 c. Aug. 10: description Aug. 12: 
L 4(157: Paramount productions, inc.. 
Hollywood. Calif. 5393 

Sporting melodies. (No. 2 of Grant- 
land Rice sportlight) Keel. © Aug. 
25, 1933; 2 c. Aug. 25: description 



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no. 8, 1933 



5418 



Aug. 26; M 4240; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

5396 

Stampede (The) See Gordon of Ghost 
City. 

Stolen by Gypsies; or, Beer and bi- 
cycles, story by Walter Weems, di- 
rected by Al Ray. 2 reels. © July 
20, 1933; 2 c. and description Aug. 
15 ; L 4063 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 5397 

Stoopnocracy ; directed by Dave Flei- 
scher. © Reel. © Aug. 17, 1933; 
2 c. Aug. 17 ; description Aug. 18 ; 
M 4214 ; Paramount productions , 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 5398 

Strange as it seems; no. 31, by John 
Hix, directed by Nathan-Hahn and 
Fairbanks. Reel. © July 31, 1933 ; 
2: c. and description Aug. 2 ; L 4045 ; 
Universal pictures Corp., New York. 
5399 

Streets of Paris; by H. T. Cowling. 
(A Century of progress) Reel. © 
July 15, 1933 ; 2 c July 24 ; descrip- 
tion Aug. 28; M 4246; Burton 
Holmes films, inc., Chicago. 5400 

Sweetest (The) story ever told; by 
Abraham Emanual Harrison. Reel. 
© Mar. 3, 1933; 1 c. July 24; 1 c. 
Aug. 1 ; description July 22 ; M 4190 ; 
Harcol motion picture industries, 
inc , New Orleans. 5401 

That goes double ; no. 1495-96, story 
by Burnet Hershey & A. Dorian 
Otvos, directed by Joseph Henabery. 
2 reels. © Aug. 3, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Aug. 3; L 4049; Vita 
phone Corp., New York. 5402 

This day and age ; by Bartlett Cor- 
mack, directed by Cecil B. DeMille. 
9 reels. © Aug. 25, 1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 
24; description Aug. 26; L 4072; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5403 

Three cornered moon; from the play 
by Gertrude Tonkonogy, screen play 
by S. K. Lauren and Ray Harris, 
directed by Elliott Nugent. 8 reels. 
© Aug. 7, 1933; 2 c. Aug. 8; de- 
• scription Aug. 9 ; L 4054 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollvwood, 
Calif. 5404 

Trail (The) drive; story, screen play 
and dialogue by and directed by 
Alan James. 7 reels. © Aug. 24, 



1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 24 ; description Aug. 
25; L 4071 ; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 5405 

Trail (The) of the Golden State; by 
Dempster MacMurphy. © title and 
4 prints reed. Aug. 4, 1933 ; descrip- 
tion reed. Aug. 15 ; M 4217 ; Chicago 
daily news, inc., Chicago. 5406 



Trapped. 



Gordon of Ghost City. 



Tugboat Annie; from the Saturday 
evening post stories by Norman 
Reilly Raine, adapted by Zelda Sears 
and Eve Greene, additional dialogue 
by Norman Reilly Raine, directed by 
Mervyn Le Roy. 9 reels. © July 
25, 1933 ; 2 c. and description Aug. 
21; L 4068; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
Corp., New York. 5407 

Universal newspaper newsreel, 1 reel 
each. © Universal film exchanges,, 
inc., New York. 5408-5413 

No. 152,153. © June 9, 13, 1933; 

2 c. each Aug. 25, description each 

Aug. 18; M 4227, 4228. 
No. 154,155. © June 20, 23, 1933; 

2 c. and description each Aug. 25 ; 

M 4229, 4230. 
No. 156,157. © June 23, 27, 1933; 

2 c. and description each Aug. 30 ; 

M 4255, 4256. 

Vacation in the Rockies ; by Dempster 
MacMurphy. © title and 4 prints 
reed. Aug. 4, 1933 ; description reed. 
Aug. 15; M 4218; Chicago daily- 
news, inc., Chicago. 5414 

Virgins of Bali ; by Deane H. Dicka- 
son, produced and narrated by Deane 
H. Dickason. 5 reels. © Sept. 21,. 
1932; 1 c. July 22, 1933; 1 c. Aug. 
22 ; description July 7 ; M 4221 ; Im- 
perial distributing corp., New York.. 
5415 

What bread means to the grocer ; by 
Russell W. Varney. © title, de- 
scription and 42 prints reed. Aug.. 
22, 1933 ; M 4225 ; Standard brands, 
inc., New York. 5416 

What makes a champion?; (A Grant- 
land Rice sportlight) Reel. © Aug. 
2, 1933; 2 c. Aug. 3; description 
Aug. 4 ; M 4200 ; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 5417 

Wings of a century; by H. T. Cowling. 
(A Century of progress) Reel. © 
July 15, 1933 : 2 c. July 24 ; descrip- 
tion Aug. 28; M 4254; Burton 
Holmes films, inc., Chicago. 5418. 



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5419 



pt. I, n. s., v. 6 



World (The) a million years ago; by 
H. T. Cowling. (A Century of 
progress) Reel. © July 15, 1933; 
2 c. July 24; description Aug. 28; 
M 4244 ; Burton Holmes films, inc., 
Chicago. 5419 



20,000 cheers for the chain gang; no. 
1535^36, story by Cyrus Wood & A. 
Dorian Otvos, directed by Roy Mack. 
2 reels. <c> Aug. 3, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Aug. 3; L 4048; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 5420 



Number of entries in Classes L and M included in the catalogue since 
Jan. 1, 1933: 

Motion-picture photoplays 564 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 537 

Total 1,101 



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LIBRARY OE CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHOBITT OF THE ACTS OF CONGBESS OF MABCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MABCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1933 

VOLUME 6 
No. 9 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1933 



THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1,. 
Group 3, issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and 
Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made in 
Class " D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
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The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
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Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
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This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
available for return. 

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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Abe Guttenberg presents; a satirical 
comedy in 3 acts, by E. Dalby. © 
1 c. Sept. 30, 1933 ; D 24509 ; Edmund 
Dalby, New York. 5421 

Absence (L') ; piece inedite en 1 acte 
d'Henri Duvernois. (In Paris, Can- 
dide, no. 482). © June 8, 1933; 
1 c. Sept. 21 ; D 24431 ; Henri Duver- 
nois, Paris. 5422 

Ace in the hole ; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by J. T. Millan and P. P. Austin. 
§lc. Sept. 5, 1933 ; D 24146 ; Jack 
T. Millan and Pauline P. Austin, N. 
Hollywood, Calif. 5423 

Act of violence; a play in 3 acts, by 
Michael Conoplin. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 
1933 ; D 24348 ; Michael P. Conoplin 
Los Angeles. 5424 

Adorable (The) idiot; a comedy in 1 

act, by C. D. Gilpatric. © 1 c. 

Sept. 20, 1933; D 24494; Carolyn 

Draper Gilpatric, Winchester, Mass. 

5425 

Agent (The), his wife, and a voice; a 
sketch, by L. C. Jones. © 1 c. Aug. 
14, 1933; D 24149; Laflin C. Jones, 
Milwaukee. 5426 

All aboard; a play, by H. C. Greene 
and Arthur and Morton Havel. © 
1 c. Aug. 18, 1933; D 24133; H. C. 
Greene and Arthur Havel and Mor- 
ton Havel, New York. 5427 

All night service ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Spencer Taylor [i. e.] J. S. Taylor 
and Tony Gard [pseud, of] E. M. 
Leary. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1933; D 
24396; James Spencer Taylor and 
Eileen M. Leary, New York. 5428 

All's swell that ends well ; by Omerea 
McBeath Denison. Dayton, O., 
Paine publishing company, 1933. 
' cover-title, 4 p. 8vo. (Snappy 
comedies). © Sept. 6, 1933; 2 c. 
Sept. 7; D 24227; Lurten M. Paine, 
Dayton, O. 5429 

All things flow. See Panta rha. 

Am himmel Europas; komodie in 4 
akten, von Per Schwenzen. © 1 c. 
Aug. 5, 1933; D 24480; S. Fischer 
verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 5430 



Amber lens ; a play in 3 acts, by Allena 

K. Harris ; © 1 c. Sept. 2, 1933 ; D 

24137 ; Allena Kanka Harris, Omaha. 

5431 

American, early, a play in 3 acts, by 
Richard Caldwell. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 
1933; D 24501; Richard Marshall 
Caldwell, Sapulpa, Okl. 5432 

American (The) girl; a musical play 
in 3 acts, book and lyrics by Olive 
Vivian Sharp. Text. © 1 c. Aug. 
25, 1933; D. 24395; Olive V. Sharp, 
Pasadena. 5433 

Amor (L') trionfante; libretto in 1 
atto, di Enrico Golisciani, musica 
di Eugenio del Cioppo [i.e. Eugene 
del Cioppo] Vocal score. © 1 c. 
Aug. 25, 1933 ; D 28501 ; Eugene del 
Cioppo, New York. 5434 

Another racket; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by George Henry McCall and S. 
Bouvet de Lozier. © 1 c Sept. 22, 
1933; D 24408; Simone Bouvet de 
Lozier, New York. 5435 

Antologia de la literatura espanola ; 
desde los origenes hasta principles 
del siglo XIX, por M. Romera-Na- 
varro. Boston, New York [etc.] 
D. C. Heath y compaiiia [1933] xi, 
427 p. front, (port.) 8vo. © Aug. 
8, 1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 21 ; aff. Sept. 12 ; 
A 63985 ; Miguel Romera-Navarro, 
Philadelphia. 5435* 

Any mail for me? by Arthur L. Kaser. 
Dayton, O., Paine publishing com- 
pany, 1933. 4 p. 8vo. (Snappy 
comedies). © Sept. 6, 1933; 2 c. 
Sept. 7 ; D 24388 ; Lurten M. Paine, 
Dayton, O. 5436 

Appreciation day; a 3-act drama, by 
H. J. Hiles. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 1933 ; 
D 24361 ; Helen Jones Hiles, Cincin- 
nati. 5437 

April fool ; a play with music in 2 acts, 
by F. M. Cutter. Text. © 1 c. Sept. 
18, 1933 ; D 24359 ; Florence Maxim 
Cutter, Dedham; Mass. 5438 

Arzigogolo (L') See Whim (The) 



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5439 



pt. i, n. s., v. 



As salesman to salesman ; a sketch, by 
L. C. Jones. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1933; 
D 24147; Laflin C. Jones, Milwau- 
kee. 5439 

As the clock strikes ; a mystery com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Elizabeth Arm- 
strong. Edited by Lee Owen Snook. 
Claude Merton "Wise: general series 
editor. Evanston. 111., New York 
[etc., 1933] 122 p. front. 12mo. 
© Sept. 5, 1933; 2 c. Sept. 30; D 
24499; Row, Peterson and co., 
Evanston, 111. 5440 

Ask Mabel ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Marjorie Webb. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 
1933; D 24367; Marjorie Bowman 
Webb, Centerville, Calif. 5441 

Aunt Jerushy wants to jine; a 1-act 
comedy, by Harriette Wilburr. Day- 
ton, O., Paine pub. co. [1933] 15 p. 
12mo. © Sept. 6. 1933; 2 c. Sept. 
7; D 24206; Lurten M. Paine, Day- 
ton, O. 5442 

Author unknown ; a melodramatic 
farce-comedy, by G. Fox. © 1 c. 
Sept. 7, 1933 ; D 24180 ; George Fox, 
Brooklyn. 5443 

Awakening (The) ; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. J. Cummings. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 
1933; D 24292; John J. Cummings, 
Boston. 5444 

Away in the open ; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. Alderson. Rev. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 
1933; D 24344; Erville Alderson, 
Hollywood, Calif. 5445 

Bag (A) of gold; a play in 5 acts, 
by J. C. Rommel. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 
1933; D 24365; John C. Rommel, 
Philadelphia. 5446 

Balderdash ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. E. Miller. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1933 ; 
D 24459 ; J. Edward Miller, Passaic, 
N.J. 5447 

Barking dog, a 3-act play, by Bernard 
Fabrizi. © 1 c. Sept. 19, 1933; D 
24347; Bernard Earle Fabrizi, New 
York. 5448 

Bathtubs is not for turtles ; a comedy 
in 4 acts, by I. Sokoloff. © 1 c. 
Sept. 12, 1933 : D 24265 ; Ivan Soko- 
loff, New York. 5449 

Battle (The) of none too soon; a 
sketch, by B. Leonard. © 1 c. Sept. 
16, 1933; D 24333; Beatrice Leon- 
ard, New York. 5450 

Before Abraham was; a play in 3 
acts, with a prologue and an epi- 
logue by M. P. Wiren. Rev. version 



of Love conquers. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 
1933; D 24374: Myra Page Wiren, 
Locust Valley, L.I., N.Y. 5451 

Beyond our silence ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by J. L. Daggett. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 
1933; D 24141; James L. Daggett, 
Indianapolis. 5452 

Bezauberndes friiulein ! 4 bilder mit 
musik, nach einem alten lustspiel 
neu erziihlt, von Ralph Benatzky, 
musik von Ralph Benatzky. Regie- 
und soufflierbuch. Berlin, 1933. 107 
p. illus., diagrs. 8vo. Text. © 
Aug. 1, 1933 ; 1 c. Sept. 27 ; D 24473 ; 
Drei masken musik, g.m.b.h., Ber- 
lin. 5453 

Big (The) board; a comedy-drama in 
3 acts, by V. Connelly. © 1 c. Sept. 
30, 1933 : D 24506 ; Yernie Connelly. 
New York. ."»4"4 

Biological (The) urge; a comedy in 3 
acts, by D. Dresser and K. Rollins. 
© 1 c. Aug. 7, 1933 ; D 24376 ; Davis 
Dresser and Kathleen Rollins, 
Miami, Fla. 5455 

Blank cartridge; a play in 3 acts, by 
I. Genet. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 1933: D 
2433S; Ira Genet, New York. 5456 

Blue Anchor tavern ; Program no. 1, 
a radio program, by E. P. Schager. 
© 1 c. Sept. 18, 1933 : D 24342 ; Ed- 
ward P. Schager, Wilmette, 111. 

5457 

Blue (The) lotus; a musical play in 
3 acts, libretto by F. R. Norman. 
Text. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1933 ; D 24441 : 
Fannie Richardson Norman. Joplin, 
Mo. 5458 

Bon voyage; a play in 3 acts, by 
Muriel Namporte [pseud, of M. 
Kahn] © 1 c. Sept. 22, 1933: D 
24400; Muriel Kahn, New York. 

5459 

Borrowing neighbors ; by Arthur L. 
Kaser. Dayton, O., Paine publish- 
ing company, 1933. cover-title, 4 p. 
8vo. (Snappy comedies) © Sept. 
6, 1933 ; 2 c. Sept. 7 ; D 24225 ; Lur- 
ten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 5460 

Bottled magic ; a comedy in 4 acts, by 
Frank S. Lipman [ i.e. Frank Sam- 
uel Lipman] © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1933; 
D 24450; Samuel Lipman, New 
York. 5461 

Brickbats and buttercups ; a musical 
play in 2 acts, book by T. Ray wood 
III. music by K. L. Anderson, lyrics 
by Ray wood and Anderson. © 1 c. 
Sept. 27, 1933; D 28510; Tom Ray- 



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1933 



5485 



wood III and Kenneth L. Anderson, 
New Rochelle, N.Y. 5462 

Broken (The) seal. See Stories from 
Poland Spring. 

Broken triangle ; a play in 3 acts, by 
C. H. Faber. ©lc. Sept 16, 1933 ; 
D 24326; Charles Hauck Faber, 
Brooklyn. 5463 

Burnt offering; a 3-act play, by D. 
Dresser and Kathleen Rollins. © 1 
c. Sept. 14, 1933; D 24295; Davis 
Dresser, Miami, Fla. 5464 

Burro (The) hunt. See Death Valley 
days. 

bursting in air ; a play in 3 acts, 

by R. Randolph. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 
1933; D 24303; Renita Randolph, 
New York. 5465 

By the moon ; a dramatic musical play 

in scenario form, by F. J. Chris. 

Text. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1933; D 

24439; F. John Chris, Newark, N.J. 

5466 

■Calma : a drama in 3 acts, by L. F. 
Men-iam. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1933; D 
24177 ; Lillie Fuller Merriam, Frani- 
ingham, Mass. 5467 

Cannibal stew ; a slightly Anachro- 
nistic comedy in 4 scenes, by D. 
Doskow. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1933; D 
24314; David Doskow, Flushing, 
L.I., N.Y. 5468 

■Carl's great adventure; a play in 10 
scenes, by A. Cohen. © 1 c. Sept. 
1, 1933; D 24124; Adelaide Cohen, 
New York. 5469 

Catherine de Medici, the peacemaker ; 
a monologue, by June Terry Pick- 
rell [i.e. E. J. T. Pickrell] © 1 c. 
Sept. 5, 1933; D 24150; Edna June 
Terry Pickrell, Hollywood, Calif. 

5470 

Charade. See Hermaphrodite. 

Cherries in winter; a play, by M. S. 

Wagner, ©lc. Sept. 30, 1933 ; D 

24512; Maria S. Wagner, New York. 

5471 

Children of the starlight; a Christ- 
mas pageant, by Verna Whinery, 
music by Forrest G. Walter. New 
York, N.Y., 1933. 20 p. diagrs. 
8vo. © Aug. 19, 1933; 2 c. Sept. 
25; D 28511; Tullar-Meredith co., 
New York. 5472 

Chosen (The) one; a 2-act musical 
comedy, by I. M. Gartshore. Text. 
© 1 c. Sept. 7, 1933 ; D 24440 ; Ida 
Mae Gartshore, Youngstown, O. 

5473 



Christmas feast of lights; a sacred 
drama for Christmas, by Dorothy 
Lehman Sumerau, music by I. H. 
Meredith. New York, N.Y., 1933. 
20 p. 8vo. © Aug. 21, 1933; 2 c. 
Sept. 25; D 28512; Tullar-Meredith 
co., New York. 5474 

Christmas paths; a Christmas pro- 
gram for the entire church school, 
by Ada Simpson Sherwood [Music 
by Gladys V. Jameson] 1933. 20 p. 
8vo. © Sept. 15, 1933 ; 2 c. Sept. 
19 ; D 28505 ; Congregational board 
of ministerial relief, New York. 

5475 

Ciganka ; a play, by P. Gallik. © 1 
c. Aug. 25, 1933; D 24284; Paul 
Gallik, Nyack, N.Y. 5476 

Circumstances; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. M. Rubin. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 1933 ; 
D 24368; Harry M. Rubin, Charles- 
ton, S.C. 5477 

Civilization ; a drama in 3 acts, by V. 
Clementi. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1933 ; D 
24309; Vincent Clementi, Wood- 
stock, N.Y. 5478 

Class reunion; a play in 3 acts, with 
a prologue and an epilogue, by V. 
Sherman, from the novel of Franz 
Werfel. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1933; D 
24304; Vincent Sherman, Brooklyn. 
5479 

Clive ; a play in 3 acts, by W. P. Lips- 
comb and Rubeigh James Minney. 
© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1933 ; D 24442 ; Wil- 
liam Percy Lipscomb, London. 5480 

Collar (A) for the Pekinese; a com- 
edy in 3 acts, by C. B. Riley. © 1 
c. Sept. 25, 1933 ; D 24423 ; Corinne 
B. Riley, Sumter, S.C. 5481 

Comedy (A) of doubt and of mental 
fashions; in 3 acts, by F. F. Weir. 
© 1 c. Sept. 28, 1933 ; D 24478 ; Fer- 
nande Forthomme Weir, New York. 

5482 

Comedy stars of Hollywood; Tran- 
scription no. 8, a series of radio 
programs, by Walter W. Biddick. 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1933 ; D 24247 ; Wal- 
ter Biddick co., Los Angeles. 5483 

Comic (The) strip of 1950; a comedy 
sketch, by M. L. Connes. © 1 c. 
Sept. 28, 1933; D 24476; Mathias 
L. Connes, New York. 5484 

Cricket (The) on the hearth; a play 
in 3 acts, by G. Brown, adapted 
from the novel by Charles Dickens. 
© 1 c. Sept. 5, 1933 ; D 24144 ; Gil- 
mor Brown, Pasadena. 5485 



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5486 



pt. I, n. s., v. i 



Cripple Creek. See Miracles, inc. 

Cup (The) is filled; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. V. Zang. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 
1933; D 24236; William Victor 
Zang, Brooklyn. 5486 

Cupid climbs the Alps; a light opera 
in 3 acts, book and lyrics by H. J. 
Dodgson, music by Jeanne Du Noy- 
mo [pseud, of M. E. Smith]. © 1 
c. Sept. 6, 1933 ; D 2S509 ; Maude E. 
Smith and Harry J. Dodgson, 
Rochester, N. Y. 5487 

Customer's (The) dollar; a drama in 
4 acts, by William J. Burke. © 1 
c. Sept. 27, 1933; D 24470; J. C. 
Penney co., New York. 548S 

Daggers ; a drama in 3 acts, by G. 

Dick. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1933; D 

24171; Gretchen Dick, New York. 

5489 

Dark flame; a play in 8 scenes, by 
Stanley Kanffmann. © 1 c. Sept. 
2, 1933; D 24139; Stanley Jules 
Kauffmann, New York. 5490 

Dark (The) glass; a play in 3 acts, 
By R. Howe. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1933 ; 
D 24327 ; Ruth Howe, New York. 

5491 

Dark (The) prince; a play in 3 acts, 
by A. Porter. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1933 ; 
D 24258; Anna Porter, San Jose, 
Calif. 5492 

Dearly beloved ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by C. Beahan and R. Buckner. © 
1 c. Sept. 1, 1933 : D 24282 ; Charles 
Beahan, New York, and Robert 
Buckner, Goshen, N.Y. 5493 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Aug. 3, 1933. The fiddler of Calico 
camp. © 1 c. Sept. S, 1933; D 
24195 ; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 5494 

Aug. 10, 1933. Not unpacked 

yet. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1933 ; D 241! >6 ; 

Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

5495 

Aug. 17, 1933. Pauline. © 

1 c. Sept. 8, 1933 : D 24197 ; Pacific- 
coast borax co., New York. 5496 

■ -Aug. 24, 1933. The burro 

hunt. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1933 ; D 24198 ; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

5497 

Aug. 31, Sept. 7, 1933. Mrs. 

Trotter's husband. © 1 c. each 
Sept. S, 1933; D 24199, 24200; Pa- 
cific coast borax co., New York. 

5498, 5499 



Sept. 14, 1933. The Green- 
water kid. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1933 ; D 
24201 ; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 5500 

Debate club; no. 1, Should taxes be 
increased, a series of radio debates, 
by R. D. Maley. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 
1933; D 24426; Robert D. Maley, 
Jersey City. 5501 

Deep desire; a 3-act play, by A. Ger- 

stenberg. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1933; 

D 24329 ; Alice Gerstenberg, Chicago. 

5502 

Deodat ; comedie inedite en 3 actes de 
Henry Kistemaeckers. {In Les 
GEuvres libres, no. 142) © Apr. 1, 
1933 ; 1 c. Sept. 21 ; D 24384 ; Henry 
Kistemaeckers, Paris. 5503 

Desert hate ; a drama in 19 acts, by 
J. I. Meyers. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1933 ; 
D 24162; Janet Isobel Meyers, Sil- 
ver Spring, Md. 5504 

Desert light ; a drama in 5 acts, by 
E. Jamieson and M. Sewall. © 1 c. 
Aug. 21, 1933; D 24286: Elizabeth 
Jamieson and Mary Sewall, Berke- 
ley Calif. 5505 

Devil's (The) playground: a play in 
3 acts, by L. O. Bell. © 1 c. Sept. 
15, 1933 : D 24437 ; Lilah Older Bell, 
New York. 5506 



Dinah's dessert kitchen : Programs 
1-13, a series of radio sketches, by 
E. E. Drummond. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 
1933 : D 24340 : E. Elizabeth Drum- 
mond, Falls Church, Va. 5507 

Disziplin ; preussische komodie in 3 
aufziigen, von Adam Kuckhoff. © 
1 c. Aug. 5, 1933; D 244S1 ; Drei 
masken verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 5508 

Doakes and Doakes in The Fair 
Dinkum booking office ; a series of 
radio sketches, by Hardy Gibson 
[pseud, of J. McDonald]. © 1 c. 
Aug. 22, 1933 ; D 24245 ; James Mc- 
Donald, San Francisco. 5509 

Dr. Dawn in politics. See Her honor, 
the Mayor. 

Dr. Mamlock; a play of the Germany 
of 1933, in 4 acts, by Friedrich Wolf, 
translated by H. Solow. © 1 c. 
Sept. 20, 1933; D 24372; Herbert 
Solow, Brooklyn. 5510 

Doctor's (The) wife; a play in 4 
scenes ; by Eric Linders [pseud, of 
E. Listen] © 1 c. Sept. 2. 1933; D 
24463; Edward Liston, Palo Alto, 
Calif. 5511 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITION'S 



no. 9,] 933 



5524 



Doggone ! a farce in 1 act, by Mary 
Cunningham [pseud, of Mary Cun- 
ningham Pierce] Chicago [1933] 
21 p. diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 30, 
1933; 2 c. Sept. 1; D 24117; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 5512 

Down and up; a hilarious farce in 3 
acts, by Wilbur Braun. Minneapo- 
lis, Minn., 1933. 93 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Sept. 15, 1933; 2 c. Sept. 19; D 
24429; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 5513 

Down the veil; story, continuity and 
dialogue, by Cleo Mara [pseud, of 
M. Tchoukleva] © 1 c. Aug. 22, 
1933; D 24443; Mara Tchoukleva, 
Hollywood, Calif. 5514 

Dramas in twenty volumes ; v. VI, 
VII, by Lincoln Hulley. DeLand, 
Fla., The E. O. Painter printing co. 
[1933] 2 v. 12mo. Contents.— Vol. 
VI. 26. Cavalier and lady. 27. 
Cloverdale's guardian angel. 28. 
Python eggs. 29. The clown. 30. 
Brighteyes, the witch. Vol. VII. 
31. Mary of dreams. 32. Suwannee 
river Jim. 33. Diverse destiny. 34. 
Miser of Eaglesmere, The. 35. Good 
Samaritan, The. v. VI, © Aug. 26, 
1933 ; v. VII, © Aug. 31 ; v. VI, 2 c. 
Sept. 2; aff. Aug. 30; v. VII, 2 c. 
and aff. Sept. 5; A 65108, 65134; 
Lincoln Hulley, DeLand, Fla. 5514* 

• Contents.— v. VIII, IX, 36. 

A monkey doodle do. 37. The eagle's 
claws. 38. The sultan of Zanzibar. 

39. Aristocrats of Charles Town. 

40. The comrade in white, v. IX. 

41. Cyril the glass of fashion. 42. 
Fifi the fairy. 43. Ananias and Sap- 
phira. 44. The family fortune. 45. 
Jesus of Nazareth, v. VIII, © Sept. 
11, 1933; v. IX, © Sept. 15 ; 2 c. 
each and affs. Sept. 18; A 66121, 
66122 ; Lincoln Hulley, DeLand, Fla. 

5514** 

Dreamer's haven; a play in 1 act, by 
M. M. Coxe. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1933 ; 
D 24270; Maria M. Coxe, Philadel- 
phia. 5515 

Dress rehearsal and other readings ; by 
Ada Bower. Chicago [1983] x, 85 
p. 12mo. © Aug. 30, 1933; 2 c. 
Sept. 1 ; D 24113 ; Dramatic pub. co., 
Chicago. 5516 

Drone (The) ; or, The she devil, a 
drama, by Lou L. Leonard [pseud. 
of L. L. Phillips] 1933. cover-title, 
50 p. 12mo. © Sept. 2, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Sept. 6; D 24357; Laura Louise 
Phillips, New York. 5517 



Dukes should have freedom; a com- 
edy in 3 acts and a prologue, by J. 
Emanuel. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1933; D 
24164 ; Jay Emanuel, New York. 

5518 

Easy pantomimes ; by various authors. 
New York [1933] 144 p. 12mo. © 
Sept. 28, 1933; 2 c. Sept. 29; D 
24497; Fitzgerald pub. co., New 
York. 5519 

Ecstacy [ !] a 3-act play, by Randall 
Hughes. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1933; D 
24444 ; James W. Weitzman, Beverly 
Hills, Calif. 5520 

Elizabethan plays ; written by Shake- 
speare's friends, colleagues, rivals, 
and successors ; to wit : Christopher 
Marlowe, John Lyly, Robert Greene, 
Thomas Kyd, Ben Jonson, George 
Chapman, Thomas Dekker, John 
Marston, Thomas Heywood, Francis 
Beaumont, John Fletcher, John 
Webster, Thomas Middleton, Wil- 
liam Rowley, Philip Massinger, John 
Ford, and James Shirley. Edited, 
with new texts based on the original 
folios, quartos, and octavos, by Haz- 
elton Spencer. Boston, 1933. vii p., 
2 1., [2], 5-1173 p. front, (port.) 
facsims. 8vo. © Sept. 121, 1933; 2 
c. and aff. Sept. 15 ; A 66058 ; Little, 
Brown and co., Boston. 5520* 

Elsie Smith and Sterling; Episodes 
1-6, a series of radio sketches, by J. 
Dohrmann. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 1933 ; 
D 24392 ; Jane Dohrmann, San Fran- 
cisco. 5521 

Emperor (The) Mike; a play, by A. 
R. Allen. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1933; D 
24281; Alfred Reginald Allen, New 
York. 5522 

English drama; 1580-1642, selected 
and edited by C. F. Tucker Brooke 
and Nathaniel Burton Paradise. 
Boston, New York [etc., 1933] viii, 
1044 p. illus., facsims. 8vo. © 
Aug. 16, 1933; 2 c. Sept. 11; aff. 
Sept. 12; A 65209; C. F. Tucker 
Brooke and Nathaniel Burton Para- 
dise, New Haven. 5522* 

Envoys extraordinary ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by D. K. Laub. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 
1933; D 24288; Desmond Kenneth 
Laub, Grosse He, Mich. 5523 

Episodes; a play in 6 acts, by C. L. 
Tilkie. © 1 c. Sept. 22, 1933; D 
24403; Charles Lowe Tilkie, New 
York. 5524 



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Ethiopia ; a play with music in 2 acts, 
by J. Boyd. Text. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 
1933; D 24183; Joseph Boyd, Chi- 
cago. 5525 

Everybody's friend. See Little white 



Experience necessary ; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. G. Sterne and Perry Duncan. 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1933; D 24271; 
Perry M. Duncan, Yonkers, N.Y., 
and Emma Gelders Sterne, Pelham, 
N.Y. 5526 

Fabienne; comedie inedite en 3 actes, 
par Jacques Natanson. (In Les 
CEuvres libres, no. 139) © Jan. 1, 
1933 ; 1 c. Sept. 21 ; D 24383 ; Jacques 
Natanson, Paris. 5527 

Fair play ; or, The right to love, a play 
in 2 acts, by W. J. Nelson and J. 
Norwood. © 1 c. Sept. 29, 1933 ; D 
24496; William John Nelson, and 
Jean Norwood, New York. 5528 

Fame insane; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Guillaume Bois [pseud, of W. B. 
Smith] © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1933; D 
24291; William Bois Smith, Brook- 
lyn. 5529 

Family (The) meets the wife; by 
Marie Irish. Dayton, O., Paine 
publishing company, 1933. cover- 
title, 4 p. 8vo. (Snappy comedies) 
© Sept. 6, 1933; 2 c. Sept. 7; D 
24224 ; Lurten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 
5530 

Famous outlaws; Script 1, Romantic 
outlaws, a series of radio episodes, 
by K. A. Wilder. © 1 c. Sept. 29, 
1933; D 24492; Katharine Abbot 
Wilder, Sterling Junction, Mass. 

5531 

Fantasy of love; or, Indian passion, 
dramatic musical extravaganza in 
3 acts, book, lyrics, and music of 
songs, by R. G. Nichols. © 1 c. 
Aug. 15, 1933; D 28502; Roy Gar- 
land Nichols, Norfolk, Va. 5532 

Farmer (The) and the efficiency man; 
Episodes 1, 2, a series of radio 
sketches, by J. D. Owen. © 1 c. 
Aug. 21, 1933 ; D 24248 ; John Davis 
Owen, Stoughton, Mass. 5533 

Father steps in; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by C. D. Gilpatric. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 
1933 ; D 24493 ; Carolyn Draper Gil- 
patric, Winchester, Mass. 5534 

Fiddler (The) of Calico camp. See 
Death Valley days. 



Finger-tip control ; a comedy in 3 acts r 
by Aida Rodman [pseud, of A. R. 
De Milt] © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1933; D 
24176; Aida Rodman De Milt, New 
York. 5535 

First (The) crocus; a play in 3 acts, 
by P. M. Jorgensen. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 
1933; D 24462; Phyllis Mae Jor- 
gensen, Salinas, Calif. 5536- 

First night murder ; a mystery melo- 
drama in 3 acts, by R. Pelswick, 
based on the novel First night mur- 
der, by F. G. Parke. © 1 c. Sept. 
26, 1933; D 24449; Rose Pelswick, 
New York. 5537 

Fixing the fixer; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Dorothy H. Silveira. San Fran- 
cisco, Calif., Cincinnati, O., 1933. 
20 p. 12mo. © Sept. 15, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Sept. 25; D 24419; Banner play 
bureau, inc., San Francisco. 5538 

Flower (The) fool; a play in 2 acts, 
based on ancient Chinese folktale, 
by Berta Metzger [pseud, of B. F. 
Metzger] © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1933; D 
24412; Bertha Florence Metzger, 
New York. 5539 

Flying (The) Dutchman; opera by 
Richard Wagner, arranged as song 
play in 3 acts for senior high schools, 
by Berta Elsmith. New York, N. Y., 
1933. cover-title, 1 p. 1., 120 p., 4to. 
(Elsmith series no. 18) © Sept. 25, 
1933 ; 2 c. Sept. 30 : D 28513 ; Elsmith 
music laboratory, inc., New York. 

5540 

Four saints in three acts ; an opera in 
4 acts, with intermezzo, by Gertrude 
Stein, music by V. Thomson. "Vocal 
score. © 1 c. July 29, 1933. D 
28507; Virgil Thomson, Paris. 5541 

Fourth (The) dimension; a 3-act play 
with epilogue, by A. Webb. © 1 c. 
Sept. 29, 1933 ; D 24485 ; Alia Webb, 
Claremont, Calif. 5542 

Friend (A) of the family; a play in 
a prologue and 3 acts, by Abraham 
Lester Dreiblatt. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 
1933 ; D 24127 ; A. L. Dreiblatt, New 
York. 5543 

Frozen pride; a drama in 3 acts, by 
G. H. Hazzard and H. Dalgas. © 
1 c. Sept. 11, 1933; D 24251; G. H. 
Hazzard and Harry Dalgas, San 
Diego, Calif. 5544 

Gardenia; a play in 3 acts, by D. 
Boehm. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1933; D 
24436; David Boehm, Holland, 
Calif. 5545 



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Gift (The) of Christmas; Christmas 
operetta especially written for 
schools, words and music by Otis M. 
Carrington. Redwood City, Calif., 
1933. 20 p. 4to. © Aug. 26, 
1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 30 ; D 28498 ; Myers 
& Carrington, Redwood City, Calif. 
5546 

Girl (A) adrift ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
S. Thompson and H. Ford. © 1 c. 
Sept. 9, 1933; D 24240; Sydney 
Thompson and Harriet Ford, New 
York. 5547 

Girl (The) who borrowed a face; a 
play in 3 acts, by M. Fahey. © 1 c. 
Sept. 6, 1933; D 24166; Michael 
Fahey, Brooklyn. 5548 

Girl with a past ; comedy in 3 acts, by 

C. Reisland. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1933; 

D 24134 ; Calvin Reisland, Cleveland. 

5549 

Globe headlines ; a series of radio 
sketches, by Erie Hampton. Epi- 
sodes 164-167, 172-179. © 1 c. Aug. 
23, Sept. 6, Sept. 15, 1933 ; D 24158- 
24161, 24317-24324 ; Globe grain and 
milling co., Los Angeles. 5550-5561 

Episodes 180-183. © 1 c. 

each Sept. 26, 1933 ; D 24453-24456 ; 
Globe grain and milling co., Los 
Angeles. 5562-5565 

God (The) Innis ; a play in a prologue 
and 5 scenes, by H. R. Williams and 
G. B. Dowell. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1933 ; 
D 24191; Helen Rovene Williams, 
New Haven, and George Brenden 
Dowell, New York. 5566 

Gold (The) standard ; a comedy in 1 
act, by Sidney Porcelain. © 1 c. 
Sept. 19, 1933; D 24352; Sidney 
Edgar Porcelain, New York. 5567 

Greenwater (The) kid. See Death 
Valley days. 

Guiding (The) star; a nativity play, 
by Esther Willard Bates. Boston, 
Walter H. Baker company [1933] 
29 p. diagr. 12mo. © Julv 14, 
1933 ; 2 c. July 29 ; D 24385 ; Esther 
Willard Bates, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 
5568 

Guilty or not guilty ; a series of radio 
sketches, by Freeman Lang. Epi- 
sode 1, People vs. Judson. © 1 c. 
Aug. 18, 1933 ; D 24189 ; Radio tran- 
scription co. of America, ltd.. Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5569 

Episode 2. People vs. Burns. 

© 1 c. Aug. 18, 1933; D 24145; 
Radio transcription co. of America, 
ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 5570 



Hack and Sack; (R 338) a comedy 
radio series, by Rex Fuller [pseud, 
of E. M. Rogoff] © 1 c. Sept. 18, 
1933; D 24341; Elias M. Rogoff, 
New York. 5571 

Hagar's sacrifice ; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. N. Gregg. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1933 ; 
D 24285; Richard N. Gregg, New 
York. 5572 

Harmless scandal ; by Marie Irish. 
Dayton, O., Paine publishing com- 
pany, 1933. cover-title, 4 p. 8vo. 
( Snappy comedies ) © Sept. 6, 1933 ; 
2 c. Sept. 7; D 24211; Lurten M. 
Paine, Dayton, O. 5573 

He didn't propose ; by Marie Irish. 
Dayton, O., Paine publishing com- 
pany, 1933. cover-title, 4 p. 8vo. 
( Snappy comedies ) © Sept. 6, 1933 ; 

2 c. Sept. 7; D 24223; Lurten M. 
Paine, Dayton, O. 5574 

He rides a moonbeam ; a play in 4 
acts, by A. Schneider. © 1 c. Sept. 
23, 1933 ; D 24410 ; Albert Schneider, 
Weehawken, N. J. 5575 

He understood women ; a play with a 
prologue, in 3 acts, by J. P. Maher. 
© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1933; D 24468; 
Joseph Patrick Maher. Montclair, 
N.J. 5576 

Heartbreak-bound; a screen original, 
by A. Nichols and A. Van Ronkel. 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1933; D 24187; 
Anne Nichols and Alford Van Ron- 
kel, Van Nuys, Calif. 5577 

Heathers (The) at home; a comedy in 

3 acts, by William Alden Kimball. 
Edited by Lee Owen Snook. Claude 
Merton Wise, general series editor. 
Evanston, 111., New York [etc., 
1933] 161 p. front., illus. 12mo. 
([The Gateway series of tested 
plays] ) © Sept. 5, 1933 ; 2 c. Sept. 
30 ; D 24498 ; Row, Peterson and co., 
Evanston, 111. 5578 

Heavenly rackets ; a satire in 3 acts, 
by A. Kavanau and M. Bressler. 
© 1 c. Sept. 11, 1933; D 24287; 
Alexander Kavanau, Brooklyn, and 
Maxwell Bressler, New York. 5579 

Her Honor, the Mayor ; or, Dr. Dawn 
in politics, a burlesque on medical 
politics in 3 acts, by H. B. Ander- 
son. © 1 c. Sept. 22, 1933 ; D 24407 ; 
Harry B. Anderson, New York. 

5580 

Heritage (The) of agriculture ; a play 
in 5 episodes, by R. Bailey. © 1 c. 
Aug. 19, 1933 ; D 24243 ; Rae Bailey, 
Savannah., Ga. 5581 



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Hermaphrodite ; or. Charade, a play 
in 3 acts, by E. T. Dougall. © 1 c. 
Sept. 13, 1933 ; D 24273 ; Else Torge 
Dougall, Spring Valley, N.Y. 5582 

Hezekiah wins ; by Omerea McBeath 
Denison. Dayton, O., Paine pub- 
lishing company, 1933. cover-title, 

4 p. 8vo. (Snappy comedies) © 
Sept. 6, 1933 ; 2 c. Sept. 7 ; D 24229 ; 
Lurten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 5583 

Hill hawk ; a tragedy in 3 acts, by 
G. B. Pinchera. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 
1933; D 24252; George Benhart 

. Pinchera, Shreveport, La. 5584 

His mistress ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
A. Schwartz. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1933 ; 
D 24173; Annette Schwartz, St. 
George, S.I.. N.Y. 5585 

Hiss! Boom! Blah!!! a comedy in 3 
acts, by G. Middleton. © 1 c. Sept. 

14, 1933; D 24301; George Middle- 
ton, New York. 5586 

Ho-dan-zo ; a play in a prologue, 3 
acts, and an epilogue, bv P. Wheeler. 
© 1 c. Sept. 11, 1933 ; D 24250 ; Post 
Wheeler, Washington. 55S7 

Hollywood be thy name; a comedy 
vaudeville act with special lyrics 
and gags and music, by J. Herbert 
and F. Loesser. Text. © 1 c. Sept. 

15, 1933 ; D 24461 ; Jean Herbert and 
Frank Loesser, New York. 55S8 

Horatius at the bridge table ; Episodes 
1. 2, a series of radio sketches, by 
H. 0. Cavanor and J. Dilson. © 1 c. 
June 22, 1933; D 2418S ; Hayle C. 
Cavanor and John Dilson, Minneapo- 
lis. 5589 

House detective ; a mystery comedy in 
3 acts, by J. Berinstein. © 1 c. 
Sept. 11, 1933 ; D 24253 ; Julius Ber- 
instein, Chicago. 5590 

How Cleon found the Christ ; an East- 
er play in 5 scenes, by R. S. Eccles. 
© 1 c. Sept. 5, 1933 ; D 24156 ; Rob- 
ert S. Eccles. Tacoma. 5591 

Huge (The) radio model; a play in 

5 scenes, by G. E. Colman. © 1 c. 
Sept. 6, 1933; D 24424; George Eli 
Colman, Mechanicville, N. Y. 

5592 

Human dolls ; an operetta in 2 acts, by 
I. Lash. Text. 

-'vn pa vtond yB»Vxp'nn ioypVx'V-iynya 
.py"? -»p 

© 1 c. Sept. S. 1933 ; D 24205 ; Isi- 
dore Lash, New York. 5593 



Hundred (A) grand; the inside story 
of an unpublished kidnaping in 3 
acts, by P. Bartholomae. © 1 c. 
Sept. 26, 1933 ; D 24457 ; Philip Bar- 
tholomae, New York 5594 

Hurrah for Nancy ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by R. H. Hpyer and Martie Proctor 
[pseud, of Edith Becton -Uhrbrock]. 
© 1 c. Aug. 25, 1933 ; D 24185 : Ru- 
dolf Hermann Hoyer, New Y<>rk. 

5595 

Husband (A) for Harriet; by Marie 
Irish. Dayton, O., Paine publishing 
company, 1933. cover-title, 4 p. 8vo. 
( Snappy comedies. ) © Sept. 6. 1933 ; 

2 c. Sept. 7; D 24210; Lurten M. 
Paine, Dayton, O. 5596 

I hate dirt ; or, The understanding 
waiter, a revue sketch, by C. H. Bar- 
clay. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1933; D 
24475; Carleton Henry Barclay. 
New York. 5597 

I'll sleep with my husband ; a play in 

3 acts, by G. B. Gordon. © 1 c. 
Sept. 30, 1933; D 24508; Grace Bar- 
bara Gordon, Oakland, Calif. 5598 

If's; an international extravaganza in 

4 scenes, by Alves Long. 1933. va- 
rious pagings. 4to. © Aug. 21, 
1933 ; 2 c. Aug. 23 ; D 24390 ; Alves 
Long, St. Louis. 5."99 

Im banne der Venus; operette in 3 
akten, von Wilhelm Kipp, musik 
von H. Kipp. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 
1932 ; D 24433 ; Heinrich Kipp, Bre- 
men, Germany. 5600 

Imitator (Der) ; drama in 5 akten, 
von Herbert vora Hau. © 1 c. Sept. 
9, 1933 ; D 24279 ; Drei masken ver- 
lag, a.-g., Berlin. 5601 

In Pilate's garden ; by Owen Reding- 
ton Washburn. Montpelier, Vt., 
Walter John Coates, The Driftwind 
press. 1933. 13 p. 12 mo. © Aug. 
28, 1933; 2 c. Sept. 5; D 12 1::^«; : 
Owen Redington Washburn, Orford, 
N. H. 5002 

In the doghouse; a musical play, by 
Kay Fan-ell [pseud, of K. Culver] 
and D. Culver. Text. © 1 c. Aug. 
12. 1933: D 24397; Kathryn Culver 
and Dwight Culver, Los Angeles. 

5603 

In the lap of the gods : fantasie. with 
music, in 2 acts, by K. M. Murchi- 
son. Text. © 1 c. Sept. 22. 1933; 
D 24406; Kenneth M. Murchison, 
New York. 5604 

In the silence. See Maluhia. 

Indian passion. See Fantasy of love. 



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5625 



International Lily ; a play in 3 acts, 
with a prologue and epilogue, by 
John Haggart. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 
1933; D 24505; John D. Haggart, 
New York. 5605 

Is that in the Bible. See Uncle Char- 
lie's Bible class. 

It isn't done ; a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by S. A. Thomson. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 
1933 : D 24483 ; Stanley Allan Thom- 
son, New York. 5606 

Jingle (A) version of Sleeping beauty ; 
written especially for children, by 
B. S. Lyndeman. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 
1933 ; D 24363 ; Betty S. Lyndeman, 
Far Rockaway, N. Y. 5607 

Joan of Arc, the maid of God ; a play 
in 3 acts, by L. C. Fuller. © 1 c. 
Sept. 2, 1933; D 24140; Lois Comp- 
ton Fuller, New Castle, Ind. 5608 

Judith ; a play in 3 acts, by E. D. 
Baruch. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1933; D 
24515 ; Emanuel de Marnay Baruch, 
New York. 5609 

Just (A) claim; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Sari Szekely. Chicago [1933]. 36 
p. diagrs. 12 mo. © Aug. 30, 1933 ; 
2 c. Sept. 1 ; D 24118 ; Dramatic pub. 
co., Chicago. 5610 

Just plain folks ; a play, by E. E. 
Vantine. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1933; D 
24398; Elmer E. Vantine, Pontiac, 
Mich. 5611 

Keep the pot turned down till we get 
under our own vine and fig tree ; a 
play in 6 acts, by E. Horton. © 1 c. 
Sept. 2. 1933 ; D 24138 ; Emma Hor- 
ton, "Washington. 5612 

Kidding the kidnappers ; a fiery farce 
in 2 acts, by M. F. Martin. © 1 c. 
Sept. 12, 1933; D 24269; Mabel 
Florence Martin, W. Springfield, 
Mass. 5613 

Klatsch ; drama in 4 atken, von Ivo 
Braak. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1933; D 
2427S ; Drei masken verlag, a.-g., 
Berlin. 5614 

Knock wood ; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Segall. © 1 c. Sept. 19, 1933; D 
24434; Harry Segall and Century 
play co., inc., New York. 5615 

Lady (The) octopus; melo-drama in 3 
acts, by Samuel Edge Dockrell [i. e. 
H. S. E. Dockrell]. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 
1933; D 24132; Herbert Samuel 
Edge Dockrell, Hartford. 5616 

Lady of many aliases ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Gabriel Dregely [i. e. Gabor 
Dregely] adapted from the Hun- 



garian, by Bessie Breene. © 1 c. 
Aug. 7, 1933; D 24375; Bessie 
Springer Breene, Detroit, and Ga- 
briel Dregely, Budapest, Hungary.. 
5617 

Lady of two lands; Episodes 1-3, a 
radio drama based on the life of the 
Polish actress Helene Modjeska, by 
V. S. Bartlett and Marta Oatman 
[i. e. M. O. Brace]. © 1 c. Aug. 
28, 1933; D 24460; Virginia Stivers 
Bartlett and Marta Oatman Brace, 
Los Angeles. 5618 

Last chord; a play, by Maria Sweet, 

© 1 c. Sept. 18, 1933; D 24366; 

Maria V. Sweet, San Rafael, Calif. 

5619 

Legend (The) of the lily petal; oper- 
etta in 2 acts, music by Katherine 
M. Tenner, story by Anna Catherine 
Rutt. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1933; D 
28503; Katherine M. Tenner and 
Anna Catherine Rutt, St. Joseph, 
Mo. 5620 

Life (A) worth while. See Play- 
wright at work. 

Light (The) of a star; a Biblical play 
in 3 acts, by Sister Mary Alicia. 
Cincinnati, O., San Francisco, Calif., 
1933. 27 p. 12mo. © Sept. 15, 
1933; 2 c. Sept. 25; D 24422; Ban- 
ner play bureau, inc., San Fran- 
cisco. 5621 

Lindy Lou ; a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by Gene Neal [pseud, of Lawrence 
G. Worcester] Boston, Mass., 1933. 
139 p. diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 14, 
1933; 2 c. Sept. 16; D 24335; Play 
fair pub. co., Boston. 5622 

Listen to the band ; a farce-comedy in 
3 acts, by Ruth Fine and Beatrice 
Aronson. A revised version of a 
play entitled Ride a cock horse. © 
1 c. Sept. 26, 1933; D 24451; Ruth 
E. Pine and Beatrice E. Aronson, 
New York. 5623 

Little white lies ; or, Everybody's 
friend, a play in 3 acts, by Nesta 
Sawyer. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 1933; D 
24471 ; Leon M. Lion, London. 5624 

Lolita ; a play in 3 acts, by M. Ling. 
© 1 c. Sept. 14, 1933 ; D 24302 ; Mil- 
ton Ling, San Antonio. 5625 

Lone (The) volunteer of Molokai; a 
mission drama in 3 acts [by] Reinier 
Ysabie, tr. from the Flemish, by L. 
W. Jeurissen, reviewed by Lois D. 
McGrady. Rochester, N. Y., R. L. 
"W. Jeurissen ; Fairhaven, Mass., 



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Lone (The) volunteer of Molokai — 
Continued. 
Fathers of the Sacred hearts [1933] 
•3 p. I., 9-90 p., 1 1. 8vo. © Sept. 15, 
1933; 2 c. Sept. 12; D 24387; Leo- 
pold William Jeurissen, Rochester, 
N. Y. 5626 

Lontay murder case; a drama in 13 
acts, by J. I. Meyers. © 1 c. Sept. 
5, 1933 ; D 24163 ; Janet Isobel Mey- 
ers, Silver Spring, Md. 5627 

Look pleasant ; by Russell Thornton. 
Dayton, O., Paine publishing com- 
pany, 1933. cover-title, 4 p. 8vo. 
(Snappy comedies.) © Sept. 6, 
1933 ; 2 c. Sept. 7 ; D 24214 ; Lurten 
M. Paine, Dayton, O. 5628 

Lot's wife. See Pearly (The) gates. 

Love and Luther ; a play in 4 acts, by 
Alfred Fenner Isham. © 1 c. Sept. 
1, 1933; D 24394; Alfred F. Isham, 
Los Angeles. 5629 

Love conquers. See Before Abraham 



Love returns ; a play in 3 acts, by 

Neve Conklin [i. e. N. T. Conklin]. 

© 1 c. Sept. 25, 1933 ; D 24502 ; Ne- 

varte Tinghir Conklin, Leonia, N. J. 

5630 

Love — what is it? a musical comedy 
in 2 parts, by T. E. Manfreda. Text. 
© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1933; D 24378; 
Theresa Elizabeth Manfreda, Wal- 
lingford, Conn. 5631 

Loves (The) of Charles II.; 6 mono- 
logues, by Cornelia Otis Skinner [i. 
e. Cornelia Otis Skinner Blodgett] 
© 1 c. Sept. 16, 1933 ; D 244S2 ; Cor- 
nelia Skinner Blodgett, New York. 
5632 

Ma and pa ; Sketch no. 10. The night 
club, a series of radio sketches, by 
N. Newton. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1933; 
D 24165 ; Neola Newton, St. Joseph, 
Mo. 5633 

Madam President ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by James Reid [pseud, of J. R. 
Parker] © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1933; D 
24264 ; , James Reid Parker, New 
York. 5634 

Madame does her part; a blackout 
sketch, by E. P. Ehrich. © 1 c. 
Sept. 26, 1933; D 24458; Edward 
Price Ehrich, Woodstock, N.Y. 5635 

Madame Steinheil; drama in 11 bil- 
dern, von Roland Schacht. © 1 c. 
Sept. 9, 1933 ; D 24277 ; Drei inasken 
verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 5636 



Madame Zero; a plav in 7 scenes, bv 
R. Welty. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1933 ; D 
24474; Ruth Welty, Washington. 

5637 

Maestro (The) ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
C. A. Fifer. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1933; 
D 24202; C. Arthur Fifer, Quincy. 
111. 5638 

Magic (The) stone; a fairy play in 2 
acts, by P. I. Cook. © 1 c. Sept. 1. 
1933; D 24119; Paul Irving Cook, 
San Rafael, Calif. 5639 

Magical (The) voyage to Wellville; 
or, Post toasties story time, a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by P. Wing. 
Episodes 109-114. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 
1933; D 24306; Paul Wing, Darien. 
Conn. 5640 

Episodes 115-120. © 1 c. 

Sept. 22, 1933; D 24402; Paul Wing, 
Darien, Conn. 5641 

Episodes 121-126. © 1 e. 

Sept. 25, 1933 ; D 24425 ; Paul Wing. 
Darien, Conn. 5642 

Maluhia (In the silence) ; a play of 
modern Hawaii in 3 acts, by J. Ben- 
nett. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1933; D 
24257 ; Julia Bennett, San Francisco. 
5643 

Mammon; a play, by William Warren 
Rhodes. Chester, Pa. Printed in 
U.S.A. by Chester times, Depart- 
ment of printing [1933] 64 p. fol. 
© Sept. 8, 1933; 2 c. Sept. 9: D 
24391; William Warren Rhodes., 
Wilmington, Del. 5644 

Man's (A) daughter ; a play in 3 acts, 
by B. Richmond and D. Schneider. 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1933 ; D 24289 ; Ber- 
nice Richmond, New York, and 
Doris Schneider, Ottsville, Pa. 

5645 

Maricousa; operette en 2 actes et 10 
tableaux, livret <le H. Duvernois, 
lyrics de Bertal-Maubou [pseud, of 
M. Bloch and L. Maubon] et Champ? 
fleury [pseud, of E. Gohin] Musique 
de Moises Simons [i. e. Moises 
Simons Rodriguez] Text. © 1 c. 
Apr. 12, 1933; D 24242; Marcel 
Bloch, Henri Duvernois, Louis Mau- 
bon, Eugene Gohin, Moises Simons 
Rodriguez, Paris. 5646 

Marquise (The) de Boufflers ; a com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Paule Regel [pseud, 
of] S. Cauuet. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1933 ; 
D 24179 ; Suzette Cauuet, Chicago. 

.5647 



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5670 



Marriage code ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
G. N. Brice and J. Bradford Noyes. 
© 1 c. Sept. 15, 1933 ; D 24305; Ger- 
trude N. Brice, Wheeling, W.Va. 

5648 

Marrying off Myrtle ; by Omerea Mc- 
Beath Denison. Dayton, O., Paine 
publishing co., 1933. cover-title, 4 p. 
8vo. (Snappy comedies) © Sept. 
6, 1933 ; 2 c. Sept. 7 ; D 24230' ; Lur- 
ten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 5649 

Mary Meredith ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 

E. Clark. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1933 ; D 

24272; Evelyn Clark, Newport, RI. 

5650 

Masha ; operetta in 2 acts, book and 
lyrics by A. Dennis. Text. © 1 c. 
Sept. 22, 1933; D 24401; Ann Den- 
nis, Minneapolis. 5651 

Maternite. See Motherhood. 

Mechanical (The) maid; by Kate 
Alice White. Dayton, O., Paine pub- 
lishing co., 1933. cover-title, 4 p. 
8vo. (Snappy comedies) © Sept. 
6, 1933; 2 c. Sept. 7; D 24231; Lur- 
ten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 5652 

Melodrama ; a new play in 2 acts, with 
prologue and epilogue, by Guy Ran- 
dolph Sargeant. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 
1933 ; D 24428 ; Guy Randolph Leh- 
man, Brooklyn. 5653 

Melting power ; an opera in 3 acts, by 
Helen Rogers Smith Wright. Text. 
© 1 c. Sept. 2, 1933 ; D 24445 ; Helen 
R. S. Wright, Lansing, Mich. 5654 

Men in white ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Sidney Kingsley. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 
1933 ; D 24472 ; Sidney S. Kingsley, 
New York. 5655 

Mental marriage ; a play in 3 acts, by 
P. G. Smith. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1933 ; 
D 24466; Paul Gerard Smith, Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 5656 

Metulah ; a drama in 5 acts, by E. 
Tauscher. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1933; 
D 24413 ; Erwin Tauscher, Quincy, 
111. 5657 

Minerva sets the stage; a comedy in 
1 act, by Katherine Brocklebank. 
Cincinnati, O., San Francisco, Calif.. 
1933. 25 p. 12mo. © Sept. 15, 
1933 ; 2 c. Sept. 25 ; D 24420 ; Banner 
play bureau, inc., San Francisco. 

5658 

Mirabell ; a comedy in 3 acts, by Mack- 
lym Hartyl, from the German play 
by Bela Jenbach. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 
1933 ; D 24500 ; Thomas E. H. Black, 
Detroit. 5659 



Miracles, inc., no. 1. Cripple Creek, 
pt. 1, a series of radio sketches, by 
L, D. Hollister. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 
1933; D 24379; Len D. Hollister, 
South Casco, Me. 5660 

Mismates ; a 3-act play, by A. H. 
White and A. W. Levy. © 1 c. Sept. 
15, 1933; D 24312; Alfred Henri 
White and Arthur W. Levy, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5661 

Mr. Crownenshield's success ; a play in 

3 acts, with an interlude, by A. Mil- 

cinovic. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1933; D 

24121 ; Adela Milcinovic, New York. 

5662 

Mrs. Aubrey's auction sale ; a skit, by 
Arthur L. Kaser. Dayton, O., Paine 
publishing company, 1933. cover- 
title, 4 p. Svo. (Snappy comedies). 
© Sept. 6, 1933; 2 c. Sept. 7; D 
24213; Lurten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 
5663 

Mrs. Trotter's husband. See Death 
Valley days. 

Moby Dick; Episode no. 1, story by 
Herman Melville, radio dramatiza- 
tion by M. Bell. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 
1933 ; D 24331 ; Magda Bell, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5664 

Mon crime; comedie en 2 actes, par. 
Louis Verneuil [pseud, of Louis 
Jacques Marie Collin] © 1 c. Sept. 
21, 1933; D 24435; Louis Collin, 
Boulogne (Seine) France. 5665 

Money scum ; dramatic play in 3 acts, 
by Dr. Leon F. Hausman. 1933. 49 
numb. 1., 1 1. nar. fol. © Sept. 11, 
1933; 2 c. Sept. 7; D 24263; Leon 
F. Hausman, Newark, N. J. 5666 

Mood (The) for marriage ; a 3-act 
play, by P. I. Young. © 1 c. Sept. 
26, 1933 ; D 24452 ; Pearl I. Young, 
Hampton, Va. 5667 

Moon jade ; a play in 4 acts, by C. W. 
Beach. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 1933; D 
24296 ; Cyrus Williams Beach, Web- 
ster Groves, Mo. 5668 

Moon over 53rd ; a comedy in 3 acts, 

by John Crump and Conway Wash- 

burne. © 1 c. Sept. 19, 1933; D 

24355 ; John Gray Crump, New York. 

5669 

More than a million ; a comedy in 1 
act, by Mollie Kelly [pseud, of Mol- 
lie Kelly Towner]. Chicago [1933] 
37 p. diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 30, 
1933; 2 c. Sept. 1; D 24115; Dra- 
matic pub co., Chicago. 5670 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 



Motherhood; a play in 3 acts, by Eu- 
gene Brieux, tr. into English by J. 
Pollock. Original title: Maternite. 
© 1 c. Sept. 5, 1933 ; D 24152 ; John 
Pollock, London. 5671 

Mothers way ; a sketch in 3 scenes, by 
V. Patey. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1933 ; D 
24169; Viola Patey, Hood River, 
Or. 5672 

Mountain mist ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Carteret Crowell [pseud, of S. E. 
Crowell]. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1933 ; D 
24260; Sarah Evelyn Crowell, Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 5(573 

Mouthpiece (The) returns; a play in 
3 acts, by F. J. Collins. A sequel to 
The mouthpiece. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 
1933; D 243S2; Frank J. Collins, 
New York. 5674 

Murder in the air; by Marie Irish. 
Dayton, O., Paine publishing com- 
pany, 1933. cover-title, 4 p. Svo. 
(Snappy comedies) © Sept. 6, 
1933 ; 2 c. Sept. 7 ; D 24209 ; Lurten 
M. Payne. Dayton, O. 5675 

Murder tomorrow ; a mystery drama 
in 3 acts, bv H. Branch. © 1 c. 
Sept. 11, 1933; D 24256; Houston 
Branch, Hollywood, Calif. 5676 

Murders, incorporated ; a radio sketch, 
by A. Lipschutz, © 1 c. Sept. 15, 
1933; D 24315; Abe Lipschutz and 
Jack Maser, Philadelphia. 5677 

Mysteries of the mass ; by Calderon de 
la Barca, tr. from Kralik's adapta- 
tion, by Father Lynk. 1933. 22 
numb. 1. 4to. © May 14, 1933; 
2 c. Sept. 5 ; D 243S9 ; Society of the 
Divine Word, Techny, 111. 5678 

Nail (The) ; a comedy in 5 acts, by 
Albert Munkens [i.e. J. A. Mun- 
kens]. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1933; D 
24262; J. Albert Munkens, New 
York. 5679 

New (The) deal. See Nira, the blue 
eagle. 

New house — old house; a play in 3 
acts, by K. Keyser, in collaboration 
with Bernard K. Burns. © 1 c. 
Sept. 16, 1933; D 24332; Kathleen 
Keyser, Milwaukee. 56S0 

Night after night ; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. G. Davis. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1933 ; 
D 24411; Halford Goodwin Davis, 
Washington. 5681 

Night bus ; a 1-act play, by G. Rosen- 
berger. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1933; D 
24510; Graham Rosenberger, Ja- 
maica, N.Y. 5682 



Night (The) club. Sec Ma and pa. 

Nira, the blue eagle ; or, New deal, a 
play in 5 acts, by W. E. Humric- 
house. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1933; D 
24393 ; Walter E. Humrichouse, Jer- 
sey City. 5683 

No scandal ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Brooke Ferguson [i.e. E. B. F. 
Brawn] © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1933; D 
24377; Ethel Brooke Ferguson 
Brawn, Long Island City, N.Y. 

5684 

Not unpacked yet. See Death Valley 

(lays. 

Nouveau riche. See Van Dusen pride. 

No. 77 ; a drama in 3 acts, by H. Ford, 
and H. Sprague. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 
1933; D 24241; Harriet Ford and 
Harriet Sprague, New York. 5685 

Oiga ; a 3-act comedy, by P. E. Browne. 

' © 1 c. Sept. 19, 1933; D 24351; 
Porter Emerson Browne, Hollywood, 
Calif. 5686 

On the dotted line ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by W. C. Duncan. © 1 c. Sept. 
19, 1933; D 24346; William Cary 
Duncan, N. Brookfield, Mass. 5687 

Once more, the sun ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Mary Humphreys. © 1 c. Aug. 
2, 1933 ; D 24186 ; Mary E. Humph- 
reys, New Rochelle, N.Y. 5688 

Once upon a time ; folkplay in 2 acts, 
by P. Hirshbein 

lyopx 2 px ^'9BrcjpV8D ;Vx»x ps rwyn X 

.patn'ri pis jib ijnVa 3 px 

© 1 c. Sept. 7, 1933 ; D 24181 ; Peretz 

Hirshbein, New York. 56S9 

Episode 1, a fantasy of Fairyland 

for the radio, by David Taylor. © 
1 c. Sept. 9, 1933 ; D 24239 ; Amer- 
ican radio features syndicate, Los 
Angeles. 5690 

One big family ; a play in 5 acts, by 
Maren Berdine [i.e. M. B. Cardwell] 
© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1933 ; D 24122 ; Maren 
Berdine (Cardwell), Los Angeles. 

5691 

One never knows; a comedy-drama in 
3 acts, by P. G. Lennon. © 1 c. 
Sept. 6, 1933; D 24157; Parcival 
Gregory Lennon, New York. 5692 

One Parisian night ; a comedy, by 
Therese Fichot. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 
1933; D 24192; Therese L. Fichot, 
Buffalo. 5693 

One Shanghai night : by M. F. Holt. 
© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1933 ; D 24447 ; Mav- 
nard F. Holt, Rye, N.Y. 



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no. 9, 1933 



5715, 



One way street ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Joyce Muriel Held and E. V. 
Brewster. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1933 ; D 
24360; Joyce M. Held, Los Angeles, 
and Eugen V. Brewster, Beverly 
Hills, Calif. 5695 

Only fools love; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by C. D. Gilpatric. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 
1933 ; D 24495 ; Carolyn Draper Gil- 
patric, Winchester, Mass. 5696 

Overland (Tbe) trek to? a play, by 
J. H. Shepard. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 
1933 ; D 24249 ; John Henry Shepard, 
Carpinteria, Calif. 5697 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins ; Continuity 
nos. 1-20, a series of radio sketches, 
by Robert D. Andrews. © 1 c. Sept. 
26, 1933 ; D 24448 ; Procter & Gam- 
ble co., Cincinnati. 5698 

Pa has a fit; by Arthur L. Kaser. 
Dayton, O., Paine publishing com- 
pany, 1933. cover-title, 4 p. 8vo. 
( Snappy comedies ) © Sept. 6, 1933 ; 
2 c. Sept. 7; D 24226; Lurten M. 
Paine, Dayton, 0. 5699 

Page (Der) des konigs ; operette in 6 
bildern, von Oskar Felix und I. 
Rheinberg. Musik von Walter W. 
Goetze. Regiebuch. Text. © 1 c. 
Sept. 1, 1933; D 24142; Allegro 
theaterverlag, g.m.b.h., Berlin. 

5700 

Pageant (A) of the nations; by C. E. 

Weir. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1933; D 

24381; Clara E. Weir, Los Angeles. 

5701 

Panta rha. (All things flow) ; a tragi- 
comedy in 3 acts, by M. Carroll. © 
1 c. Sept. 19, 1933; D 24349; Michael 
Carroll, Brooklyn. 5702 



Pauline. 



Death Valley days. 



Pawns for love ; screen play in 3 acts, 
by James Dodson. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 
1933 ; D 24325 ; James Emil Dodson, 
New York. 5703 

Pearly (The) gates; Episode 1, Lot's 
wife, a series of radio sketches, by 
Katherine Bellemann. 1 c. Sept. 
19, 1933; D 24345; Allied produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 5704 

People vs. Burns. See Guilty or not 
guilty. 



People vs. Judson. 
guilty. 



Guilty or not 



(The) ; a play in 3 acts, by K. 
Bercovici. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1933 ; D 
24336 ; Konrad Bercovici, Ridgefiekl, 
Conn. 5705 



Phillip for short ; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Kay Ziegfield [pseud, of Katharine 
Kavanaugh] Chicago [1933] 88 
p. diagrs. 12mo. © Sept. 19, 1933 ; 
2 c. Sept. 25; D 24417; Dramatic 
pub. co., Chicago. 5706 

Philosopher Stone ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. E. Fillmore. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 
1933; D 24283; John Eldon Fill- 
more, Leonia, N. J. 5707 

Playwright (The) at work; or, A life 
worth while, a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by J. F. Powell. © 1 c. Sept. 
6, 1933; D 24172; James Francis 
Powell, New York. 5708 

Post toasties storytime. See Magical 
(The) voyage to Wellville. 

Pride goeth before a fall. See Van 

Dusen pride. 

Prince Lucifer; a dramatic composi- 
tion in a prologue and 3 acts, by S. 
N. Lingard. © 1 c. Sept. 29, 1933 ; 
D 24484; Stephen Nelson Lingard, 
Brooklyn. 5709 

Proposal (The) dress; an Irish cos- 
tume play in 1 act, by Mary Bliss 
Whited. Cincinnati, O., San Fran- 
cisco, Calif., 1933. 14 p. 12mo. © 
Sept. 15, 1933 ; 2 c. Sept. 25 ; D 24418 ; 
Banner play bureau, inc., San Ffen- 
cisco. 5710 

Pumpkin pie ; a Mickey Mouse com- 
edy for marionettes, by E. Bowman. 
© 1 c. Sept. 14, 1933; D 24294; 
Eleanor Bowman, Trenton, N. J. 

5711 

Queen (The) bee; play in 2 acts and 
epilogue, by Herman Epstein. © 1 
c. Sept. 16, 1933 ; D 24330 ; Herman 
I. Epstein Douglaston, L.I., N.Y. 

5712 

Queen (The) commands; a play in 25 
scenes without intermission, by M. 
K. Brookes. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1933; 
D 24358; Mary K. Brookes, Brook- 
lyn. 5713 

Queen (The) of the Genesee; a play, 
by Walter Folmer. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 
1933; D 24310; Walter F. Folmer, 
Rochester, N. Y. 5714 

Quicker than the eye; a mystery 
drama in 3 acts, by A. Strawn and 
H. Peterson. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1933 ; 
D 24266 ; Arthur Strawn and Hous- 
ton Peterson, New York. 5715 

Recording (The) angel; a dramalogue 
in 2 scenes, with prologue, inter- 
logue, and epilogue, written by C. M. 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 6 



Recording (The) angel — Continued. 
Gallup. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 1933; D 
24469; Clarence M. Gallup, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 5716 

Red (The) flame; a libretto for a 
musical comedy in 2 acts, by I. An- 
derson. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1933; D 
24168; Isabel Anderson, Brookline, 
Mass. 5717 

Rehearsal; a comedy in 3 acts, by K. 
Jewett. © 1 c. Sept. 29, 1933; D 
24487 ; Kennon Jewett, New York. 

5718 

Restoration of colonial Williamsburg; 
monologue, by I. Baldwin, dialogue 
by Ivan Culver. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 
1933 ; D 24182 ; Irville Baldwin, Con- 
gress Park, 111. 5719 

Ride a cock horse. See Listen to the 
band. 

Right (The) to live. See Fair play. 

Romance made to order ; a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by Edward Power. 
Chicago [1933] 155 p. 12mo. © 
Sept. 5, 1933 ; 2 c. Sept. 7 ; D 24178 ; 
T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 5720 

Romance (A) of racketeers ; a comedy 

in 3 acts, by M. Goldberg. 
_px 3 j'K ynynxp ;oTBypy-i pa ]x»xn -iyn 
.nymbxj .» pa ,]yt3 

© 1 c. Sept. 23, 1933; D 24409; 

Michael Goldberg, Woodmere, N.Y. 

5721 

Romantic outlaws. See Famous out- 
laws. 

Rome and July ; Episodes 1-5, an 
original radio serial, by N. B. 
Stephens. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1933; 
D 24479; Nan Bagby Stephens, At- 
lanta. 5722 

Rosen und vergissmeinnicht ; komodie 
in 3 akten, von Otto Zoff, neufas- 
sung unter mitarbeit von Adam 
Kuckhoff. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1933; 
D 24432 ; Drei masken verlag, a.-g., 
Berlin. 5723 

Royal neoterics; a play in 3 acts, by 
Mary Martha Knowles [pseud, of 
A. Whytal and M. Waldreaon] © 1 
c. Sept. 14, 1933 ; D 24300 ; Adelaide 
Whytal, Beausoleil, France, A. M., 
and Mabel Waldreaon, Monaco, 
France. 5724 

Sacrificial folly ; a melodrama in 3 
acts, by G. Lynn, adapted from the 
story of the same name, by G. Lynn. 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1933 ; D 24246 ; Grace 
Lynn, New York. 5725 



Saints (The) be praised; a play in 3 
acts, by A. Julian and Louis Blanc. 
© 1 c. Sept. 15, 1933; D 24316; Al- 
bert Julian, Brooklyn. 5726 

San Francisco ; drame en 5 actes en 
vers, par Louis Brun. © 1 c. Aug. 
21, 1933; D 24244; Louis Etienne 
Brun, Los Gatos, Calif. 5727 

Santa Gaspari ; a play in 3 acts and a 
prologue, by Maria Bazzi [i.e. M. B. 
Allen] © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1933; D 
24131; Maria Bazzi Allen, Milan. 

5728 

School days ; by Arthur L. Kaser. 
Dayton, O., Paine publishing com- 
pany, 1933. cover-title, 4 p. 8vo. 
( Snappy comedies) © Sept. 6, 1933 ; 
2 c. Sept. 7; D 24215; Lurten M. 
Paine, Dayton, O. 5729 

Scotch heather and thistle down ; 
Script 1, a series of sketches, by 
K. A. Wilder. © 1 c. Sept. 29, 
1933; D 24491; Katharine Abbot 
Wilder, Sterling Junction. Mass. 

5730 

Scrubwoman (The) ; a sketch, by L. C. 
Jones. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1933; D 
24148 ; Laflin C. Jones, Milwaukee. 
5731 

Sea side ; a play in 3 acts, by S. Miller 
and B. Marshalov. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 
1933 ; D 24313 ; Sid Miller, Brooklyn, 
and Boris Marshalov, New York. 

5732 

Serpentara ; a talking picture play ia 
2 parts, by M. Sonino, from the sub- 
ject of Count L. Brichieri and Mar- 
quis S. dal Pozzo. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 
1933; D 24167; Max Sonino, New 
York. 5733 

Serpents of Eden ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. Kasakov. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1933 ; 
D 24237; Joseph Kasakov, L